Gas protection France World War I French troops in a trench wearing rudimentary facemasks and goggles On April the Germans released tons of chlorine gas over a four mile front in the first gas attack of the war Initially French and Algerian troops Zouaves of the th and th Divisions were attacked with the gas inflicting heavy casualties and causing widespread panic with the survivors abandoning their positions Although the Allies initially condemned the attack as barbaric by the end of the war both sides had made extensive use of poison gas
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