High Military Technical School

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Last Updated: June 1, 2004
Other Name: N/A
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
Subordinate To: Yugoslavian military
Size: Unknown
Facility Status: N/A

The main activity of this facility was the training of officers in the Yugoslavian Army in particular technical skills that appear to have included CW knowledge. [1] This facility was the source of published work on organophosphorous compounds and the reactivation of cholinesterases in the late 1960s. [2] It is possible that this facility served as an open cover for scientists and engineering personnel engaged in the Yugoslavian CW program. [3]

[1] B. Boskovic, M. Maksimovic, D. Minic, "Ageing and reactivation of acetylcholinesterase inhibited with Soman and its thiocholine-like analogue," Biochemical Pharmacology 17 (8) (August 1968), pp. 1738-41; M. Maksimovic et al.
[2] "In vitro and in vivo reactivation of cholinesterases inhibited by highly toxic organophosphorous compounds," Croatica chemical acta 40 (1968), pp. 195-199.
[3] The Problem of Chemical and Biological Warfare: Volume II. CB Weapons Today (Stockholm: SIPRI, 1973), p. 249.

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