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Incendiary Weapons

Office of Scientific Research and Development and National Defense Research Committee. 1946. Summary Technical Report of Division 11, NDRC, Volume 3, Fire Warfare: Incendiaries and Flame Throwers. Washington D.C.

Fire Warfare: Incendiaries and Flame Throwers

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Study of Incendiary Bombings for Employment by the United States Army Air Forces, 1 October 1944, NARA M165…
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Mark Wilson. “Making ‘Goop’ out of Lemons: The Permanente Metals Corporation, Magnesium Incendiary Bombs, and the Struggle for Profits During World War II.” Enterprise & Society 12.1 (2011): 10-45.

Analysis of development and use of magnesium incendiary bombs, which were used as part of a large-scale incendiary bombing raid on Tokyo, May 25-26, 1945.

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Standard Oil, Design and Construction of Typical German and Japanese Test Structures.

「焼夷弾開発実験用ドイツ式・日本式建物の建設について」、スタンダード・オイル社。

Standard Oil, Design and Construction of Typical German and Japanese Test Structures

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Three chapters from Chemistry: A History of the Chemistry Components of the National Defense Research Committee 1940-1946 related to the establishment of the National Defense Research Committee and the development of incendiary weapons. This is a public domain document.

Noyes Jr., W.A. “Forward and Introduction.” Chemistry: A History of the Chemistry Components of the National Defense Research Committee 1940-1946. Ed. W.A. Noyes Jr. Science in World War Ii. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1948.

Stevenson, E.P. “Incendiary Bombs.” Chemistry: A History of the Chemistry Components of the National Defense Research Committee 1940-1946. Ed. W.A. Noyes Jr. Science in World War II. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1948. 388-409.

Stevenson, E.P. “Incendiary Fuels.” Chemistry: A History of the Chemistry Components of the National Defense Research Committee 1940-1946. Ed. W.A. Noyes Jr. Science in World War II. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1948. 410-19.

「科学:国防の研究委員会の科学研究・1940年ー1946年」より3章。

  • 「序文と前書」
  • 「焼夷弾」
  • 「焼夷燃料」

Noyes, Chemistry

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United States Army in World War II, The Technical Services, The Chemical Warfare Service: From Laboratory to Field, Chapter VIII – Incendiaries. Publisher: Office of the Chief of Military History, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C. 1959

The Chemical Warfare Service, Incendiaries

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Selections From Guido Perera Autobiography

「グイド・ペレーラ自伝」、(抜粋)。

Selections From Guido Perera Autobiography

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From Stockholm International Peace Research Institute’s Incendiary Weapons, Cambridge, Mass.:MIT Press, 1975. Posted with permission by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

Thermal Effects of Incendiary Weapons on the Human Body