History of Chemical Warfare: Poison Gas during World War I: Bayer Still Refuses to Take Responsibility
100 Years of Chemical Warfare
CBG Network 26 April 2015
During the war BAYER became the biggest German explosives producer, the company also manufactured gas masks. Due to a price guarantee by the government, profits were elevated to undreamt of heights. Also during the Third Reich research into chemical war gases was carried out in BAYER laboratories. The inventor of SARIN and TABUN, Dr. Gerhard Schrader, became head of the BAYER pesticides department after WW II.