Pierre, Andrew J.; Bryant, Elizabeth H.
April 1976
Foreign Affairs;Apr1976, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p610
This article presents information on the book Incendiary Weapons released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.


Related Articles

  • Aspects of Thermobaric Weaponry. Wildegger-Gaissmaier, Anna E. // Military Technology;Jun2004, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p125 

    Focuses on the new family of weapons based on incendiary and blast effects including thermobaric weapons developed by the Russian Federation. Basics of thermobaric weaponry; Background on fuel-air explosive weapons; Countermeasures employed against thermal injuries.

  • They Beat Tanks With Bouncing Fire. Worden, William L. // Saturday Evening Post;12/23/1950, Vol. 223 Issue 26, p61 

    The article focuses on the war flame Napalm which was developed in 1944 and used both in Europe and in the Pacific. It is consisted of 100-octane gasoline and a fairly common chemical powder. Old aircraft fuel tanks were used as containers for the flame. Napalm bombing is most effective from...

  • 'I've Never Seen Flashes That Bright From TP Before!' Turner, Richard D. // Flying Safety;May2001, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p10 

    Provides information on the safety issues involved in the High Explosive Incendiary rounds of militarry aircrafts.

  • INCENDIARISM AND OTHER FIRES IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LAGOS (1863-88). Nwanunobi, C. Onyeka // Africa (Edinburgh University Press);1990, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p111 

    Discusses the occurrence of fires and the role of incendiaries during the first twenty-five years of the colony in Lagos, Nigeria. Efforts made at various times to cope with incendiarism and their effectiveness; Imposition of colonialism on burgeoning commercial environment; Prohibition of the...

  • Smart sniff. Bhat, Harsha // India Today;1/25/2010, p21 

    The article reports that the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Mumbai, India, is creating electronic sniffer devices to detect the presence of incendiaries and other explosives, called e-dogs, working in tandem with the Terminal Ballistics Research Lab, and other government organizations.

  • US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense. Serluco, Paul // Homeland Defense Journal;Oct2007, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p40 

    The article offers information on the role of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) in the research and training for nerve agents. The goal of the research institute is to discover and develop medical countermeasures to chemical warfare agents. Specifically the...

  • Technology transfer. McEwan, Gavin // Horticulture Week;3/5/2010, p21 

    The article focuses on the McLeod glasshouse complex, a facility for breeding research of the National Institute of Agricultural Biology (NAIB) in Great Britain. NAIB conducts research and development to establish different varieties. The complex was named after NIAB governing trust professor...

  • Yellow Rain: the story collapses. Robinson, Julian; Guillemin, Jeanne // Foreign Policy;Fall87, Issue 68, p100 

    The authors argue against the Reagan Administration's allegation that Soviet-backed forces in Southeast Asia have used toxin warfare, constituting a Geneva Convention violation. History of this controversy. Scientific evidence.

  • Smokes and obscurants. Gum, Robert M.; Weeks, Maurice H. // Military Review;Sep/Oct1996, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p84 

    Documents the past and present use of screening smoke in military operations. Use of smoke and obscurants in Battle of Loos; Types of smoke munitions; Research on the smoke and obscurants' operational uses; Background on smoke toxicology.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics