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UNDECLARED CHEMICAL WAR IN RUSSIA

L.FEDOROV. 

A copy of the book, whose Table of Contents appears below, can 
be ordered directly from its author:

 Professor Lev Fyodorov,
 President 
 Union for Chemical Safety (Russia),
 phone/fax: +7-095-129-05-96,
 E-mail: lefed@glas.apc.org
 117292 Russia, Moscow,
 8-2-83 Profsojuznaja str.


The book is only available in Russian. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
I. HISTORY OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS IN THE USSR (p.p. 1-50)
I.1. Military-chemical complex
I.2. Nomenclature of chemical weapons
I.3. Development of chemical weapons
I.4. Chemical weapons testing
I.5. Production of chemical weapons
I.6. Storage of chemical weapons
I.7. Soviet chemical arsenal
II. ECOLOGY OF CHEMICAL ARMAMENT. PLANTS(p.p. 51-94)
II.1. Moscow
II.2. Chapaevsk
II.3. Dzerzhinsk
II.4. Berezniki
II.5. Kineshma (Zavolzhsk)
II.6. Stalinogorsk (Novomoskovsk)
II.7. Stalingrad (Volgograd)
II.8. Novocheboksarsk
III. ECOLOGY OF CHEMICAL ARMAMENT-II (p.p. 95-122)
III.1. Institutes, proving grounds
Moscow
Volsk-Shikhany
III.2. Chemical bases
Central military-chemical proving grounds Shikhany
Chapaevsk
III.3. Modern stockpiling
Gornyy
Kambarka
Kizner
Shchuchye
Pochep
Leonidovka
Maradykovo
III.4. Questions without answers
III.5. Use of chemical weapons
IV. ECOLOGY OF CHEMICAL DISARMAMENT (p.p. 123-164)
IV.1. Chemical trophies. Baltic
IV.2. Destruction of the Iraqi chemical arsenal
IV.3. Pre-Convention Elimination of the Soviet chemical weapons
IV.4. Chemical weapons burial
IV.5. Chemical weapons dumping
IV.6. Technologies for destroying chemical weapons
IV.7. Post-Convention elimination of the chemical weapons.
Lewisite
IV.8. Post-Convention elimination of the chemical weapons.
Phosphorous toxic agents
V. THE UNDECLARED CHEMICAL WAR: HUMAN AND NATURE (p.p. 165-183)
V.1. The three wars
V.2. transformation of toxic agents
V.3. Toxic agents in the nature
V.4. Whom does the bell ring about?
V.5. Influence toxic agents on the biosphere
VI. THE UNDECLARED CHEMICAL WAR: THE GOVERNMENT (p.p. 184-224)
VI.1. Persistent toxic agents
VI.2. Phosphorous toxic agents
VI.3. Norms
VI.4. Instruments
VI.5. Protection
VI.6. Transport
VI.7. Accidents and catastrophes
VI.8. Monitoring
VI.9. Towns uburnedf by chemical war
VII. THE UNDECLARED CHEMICAL WAR: SOCIETY (p.p. 225-252)
VII.1. The Chapaevsk protest
VII.2. Chuvashiya
VII.3. Udmurtiya
VII.4. Bryansk region
VII.5. Saratov region
VII.6. Starfish and old man Aesop
VIII. FAREWELL, CHEMICAL WEAPONS? (p.p. 253-279)
VIII.1. Recollection of the future
VIII.2. Legal basis of chemical disarmament
VIII.3. The USA experience
VIII.4. USSR and Russia programs
VIII.5. Conversion
VIII.6. Economics of chemical disarmament
VIII.7. Conception of chemical weapons elimination
VIII.8. What is to be done
IX. THERE IS A TIME TO PICK STONES UP (p.p. 280-308)
IX.1. Every day chemical terrorism
IX.2. Rotten secrets
IX.3. Deficit of trust
IX.4. Military-chemical complex and society
IX.5. The Life goes on!
BIBLIOGRAPHY (p.p. 309-331)
APPENDIX