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Viruses, Epidemics and Experiments: The History of Biowarfare
02-11-2020, 11:19 PM,
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Viruses, Epidemics and Experiments: The History of Biowarfare
Viruses, Epidemics and Experiments: The History of Biowarfare

<p>The use of bacteria, viruses and other biological agents as weapons of war has a long and gut-wrenching history. From the Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick Barbarossa, using corpses to poison water wells in 1155 AD, to the Mongols catapulting the dead bodies of plague victims into the besieged city of Caffa in 1346, there are many examples of early, rudimental forms of biological warfare. An infamous use of biological warfare occurred in 1763, when British forces deliberately provided Native Americans with smallpox-contaminated blankets, producing a major outbreak of the disease. </p>


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