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1default plauge used in war on January 10th 2012, 7:23 pm

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plauge was often used in war the bubonic plauge for example a militia group was attacking a european city when the soldiers started falling with sickness so they would load the dead bodys into catapults and launch them over the city walls causing the people and guards to fall to. study :twisted:


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2default Re: plauge used in war on January 11th 2012, 7:59 am

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I think they used dead cows as well if I remember right but think about this from the standpoint of the ones being sieged:
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pieces of rotton corpses that look and smell awful is flung close by. No one really knows whether or not it actually has a contageous plauge but its smell makes everyone puke up last nights dinner.


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3default Re: plauge used in war on January 26th 2012, 10:02 pm

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thank you for the reply they really used cow though Question


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4default Re: plauge used in war on January 30th 2012, 5:33 am

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Yes. prettty sure they did.


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5default Re: plauge used in war on March 3rd 2012, 3:01 pm

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holy CRAP that would smell godawful


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6default Re: plauge used in war on March 6th 2012, 4:23 am

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I'm sure we have all had the oppertunity to smell a dead cat / dog that a car ran over at some point in our life, so ya seeing that a dead cow weighs a lot more I'm sure the smell would be absolutely gruesome.


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7default Re: plauge used in war on May 9th 2012, 4:45 am

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a dead diseased cow not something you would want at a wedding


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8default Re: plauge used in war on May 10th 2012, 7:42 am

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LOL most definately not huh ? I can just see it now, a few farmers object to a wedding and build a catapult and fling a cow in the town sqare in protest lol!


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9default Re: plauge used in war on May 16th 2012, 7:27 am

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lol that would be great to see just for the experience


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10default Re: plauge used in war on May 17th 2012, 4:37 am

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ya splattered cow all over everyone LOL


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11default Re: plauge used in war on June 19th 2012, 10:22 am

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just imagine a cow being thrown out of a 20 story building and then splattering on the road and you should get a good idea of what it might feel like TM.


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12default Re: plauge used in war on September 4th 2012, 8:48 am

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Back on topic ...
Use of plaugues in war has been used more times than people could count and just so no one thinks TM isn't being factual , use of actual Bubonic plauge during times of war has been documented on several occassions. Infact, bubonic plauge was actually one of the first biolgocial weapons in history (via infected victums in catapults ofcourse). The first actual recorded usage took place in 1347 where plague victims were catapulted by the Mongols over the city walls of Caffa, a town currently known as Feodosiya located in present day Ukraine.

Another recorded instance where bubonic plauge was used was during world war 2 when the Japanese dropped infected fleas over the Chekiang Province (october 4, 1940). Ofcourse they did not stop with just one drop. Approximately three weeks later they did it again.


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