Chemical Weapons Storage in Russia High-Resolution Video 720 X 576 Progressive 25 fps.
Russian chemical weapons
Russian Federation back in the 1990s. At the time, the stockpiles of chemical weapons in Russia were considered among the largest in the world -- 39,967 tons (in the United States -- 31,500 tons). The main part of chemical weapons was represented by such poisonous substances as lewisite, mustard, a mixture of lewisite-mustard (HL), sarin, soman, VX (substance 33).
Chemical warfare arsenal
Russian Storage of poisonous substances
Chemical warfare agents were used by the Red Army in 1921 (there is evidence that in 1930-1932) while peasant uprisings against Soviet power.
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