JULY 7, 2015
BY LIZ LEAFLOOR
ANCIENT BIOLOGICAL BLACK DEATH DISEASE HISTORY INFECTION PLAGUE POISON TERROR WARFARE
Image from an illuminated manuscript depicting a Byzantine siege of a citadel. A tactic of ancient biological warfare was to hurl infected dead bodies over city walls.
History paints a bleak picture of the devastating effects that disease, contamination, or poison can have on humans. But with those hard lessons came experience and knowledge, and mankind has effectively harnessed that knowledge to create biological weapons, using them against enemies since prehistoric times.2 - 포스팅이 마음에 드셨나요? 왼쪽 하트를 눌러 공감해주세요