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Question 1: Also in 1952 the U.S. Army patented a process for the "Preparation of Toxic ________", publishing a method of producing this powerful toxin.
LectinAbrinCalnexinRicin

Question 2: ________ employed by Saddam Hussein killed and injured numerous Iranians, and even Iraqis.
Biological warfareNaval warfareMilitary historyChemical warfare

Question 3: Experiments involving chemical weapons were conducted on live prisoners (________ and Unit 516).
Second Sino-Japanese WarComfort womenJapanese war crimesUnit 731

Question 4: In 1958 the British government traded their VX technology with the ________ in exchange for information on thermonuclear weapons; by 1961 the U.S.
CanadaAlaskaUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 5: The governments we should be concerned about are likely to cheat on the CWC, even if they do participate," reads the letter,[13] published by the ________.
Nuclear weaponPlutoniumFederation of American ScientistsNuclear proliferation

Question 6: In 1952, researchers in Porton Down, ________, invented the VX nerve agent but soon abandoned the project.
WalesUnited KingdomEnglandScotland

Question 7: The cells then uses anaerobic respiration, creating excess ________ and metabolic acidosis.
Pyruvic acidAcetic acidLactic acidButyric acid

Question 8: The offensive use of living organisms (such as anthrax) is considered ________ rather than chemical warfare; however, the use of nonliving toxic products produced by living organisms (e.g.
SiegeBiological warfareMilitary history2001 anthrax attacks

Question 9: The Iran–Iraq War began in 1980 when Iraq attacked ________.
PakistanAzerbaijanIranAfghanistan

Question 10: Lessons spanning a half century,"[40] detailed the ________'s practice of experimenting on animal and human subjects, often without their knowledge or consent.
Unified Combatant CommandJoint Chiefs of StaffUnited States Secretary of DefenseUnited States Department of Defense
















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