Rhonda McGovern remembers the horror she felt the day her father described being sprayed with mustard gas during secret World War II chemical weapons trials in Australia.
- A rock carving left in 1943 highlighted one man’s involvement in secret Australian stockpiling of poisonous gas during WWII
- An ABC story about that discovery led to an “overwhelming” response from other families of men who were involved in Australian mustard gas storage and human trials
- Researcher Janine Roberts says many people do not know about the WWII Australian chemical weapons program
In an interview recorded about 15 years ago, Bryce Daniel told his daughter he was serving as a Leading Aircraftman (LAC) in the RAAF when he was first told to take part in…