What were the effects of the poison gas, according to the reporter? The German troops became too weak from the gas to defeat the French. Soldiers suffered from nausea, passed out, and even died from the gas. There were few effects from the gas, and the battle continued. The gas was bright yellow and caused the soldiers’ skin to blister.

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Soldiers suffered from nausea, passed out, and even died from the effects.

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B. Soldiers suffered from nausea, passed out, and even died from the effects.

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In the text it states, "The men come out of their nausea in a state of utter collapse. Some of the rescued have already died from the aftereffects."

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