When is this event?
On April 22, 1915, the course of WWI changed when the German forces released 168 tons of chlorine gas on the Western Front, marking the world’s first large-scale poison gas attack. It wouldn’t be the last. Through a series of chance meetings and coincidences, Dr. Cluny Macpherson of Newfoundland created a prototype gas mask that offered a means of protecting troops from this new weapon.
Where is this event being held?
This talk will take place over Zoom.