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Toxic War: The Story of Agent Orange book

Toxic War: The Story of Agent Orange book

Toxic War: The Story of Agent Orange. Peter Sills

Toxic War: The Story of Agent Orange


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ISBN: 9780826519627 | 285 pages | 8 Mb


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Toxic War: The Story of Agent Orange Peter Sills
Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press



Agent Orange is a dioxin compound and highly toxic – described as one of the most harmful chemicals in the world. Were you aware that it is still a huge problem with exponentially horrible ramifications? During the Vietnam War, the U.S. Da Thi Kieu experienced the deadly effects of Agent Orange first hand. Jan 13, 2011 - Relentlessly working the Internet, Foster and a group of fellow veterans who were stationed on Guam have persistently lifted the lid on a long-hidden story beyond the widely reported use of Agent Orange herbicides in Vietnam. May 17, 2014 - The severe birth defects of hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese children are blamed on the toxicity of Agent Orange. Photographer Brian Driscoll's “Will it Ever End” photo series tells the stories of those still affected by Agent Orange. Aug 8, 2012 - The family lives in a two-story house near a former U.S. Military base in Danang where the defoliant Agent Orange was stored during the Vietnam War, which ended nearly four decades ago. It is estimated The Vietnam Red Cross estimates that 3 million people across three generations have been affected by Agent Orange, at least 150,000 of these are children born with defects since the end of the war. He has been studying the toxicity of dust in Iraq and Kuwait since 2003. Jan 30, 2013 - Yes, you read that correctly, Agent Orange. Washington still disputes a claim by Hanoi that between 3 million to 4 million Vietnamese were affected by toxic chemicals sprayed by U.S. Feb 7, 2012 - Mark Lyles, chair of medical sciences and biotechnology at the Center for Naval Warfare Studies at the Naval War College in Newport, R.I. Jul 17, 2013 - Poisonous history of Agent Orange. Military sprayed her fields with the herbicide. This would not be surprising, since it has yet to fully acknowledge Gulf War Illness, and it took years (and a class action lawsuit) for the government to start compensating Vietnam-era veterans sick from their battlefield exposure to Agent Orange.





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