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“Big Nims of the 3rd Battalion, 366th Infantry, who found great amusement in contemplating the grotesque appearance of his comrade with a gas mask adjusted over his face and head. Many hours of gloom was dispelled by the good humor of Nims which together with his unquestionable courage at many times served to cheer the flagging spirits of his comrades.” – E.J. Scott. *The American Negro in the World War*, pg 140.
When the enemy starts using laughing gas instead of mustard gas.