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Air purification of Subs in WW1

Dear Sir,

A friend of mine is in need of info on the breathing air of Subs in WW1. He says they had something to do with the chemical powder of lie, and was told that German subs had the best breathing air filters ever. If you could direct me to find more Info on this subject I would be most happy.

Thank You,
Dan Frost


Dan,

This may help.

 

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Article title
Submarine Atmospheres
Author
Mazurek, W.
Journal title
HANDBOOK OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY
Bibliographic details 2005, NUMB 4; PART H, pages 351-382
Publisher
SPRINGER VERLAG KG
Country of publication Germany
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ISSN NONE-XXXX
Language English  
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