In This Issue
Eddie Award Winner, 2015 Folio Awards
One hundred years ago this spring, chemical weapons were first used in World War I. Discover the motivations of Fritz Haber, one of the prime movers in chemical warfare, and learn how war reshaped civilian science. Then jump into the past and the future as we take a look at 19th- and 20th-century futurists and their ideas about what we’d be eating now. Steak tablets, anyone? Discover how the atom bomb influenced women’s fashions in the 1950s. And, finally, a story of deadly medicine and the Ku Klux Klan. As always, we offer stories from CHF’s collections, book and museum reviews, and more.