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Unit 731 - Nightmare in Manchuria (History Channel)


Published on 21 Aug 2012Japanese biological warfare atrocities from the 1930s through World War II. Established by Lt. General Shiro Ishii, the Unit 731 facility tested plague and other diseases on live humans, engaged in live vivisection and other horrifying experiments, and destroyed Chinese villages. Most astonishing is that Ishii and his medical murderers were given full immunity by the American government, because U.S. scientists were anxious to obtain detailed records of his biological experiments on human beings. 1996 documentary.

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0 there is no conscience now compassion

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no humanity no sense and affects Hamas

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the it was a laboratory conceived in hell

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a place where death was routinely met

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and other Japanese soldiers jam band ass like this into the stomach some six

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people

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and their intestines spill out well

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those who entered never left delineation done and %uh

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I was told they were killed in a gas chamber passing game or something

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die could see the smoke rise the

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to this day the experiments remain unclear

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I think to give me Amtrak home

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I think the game is gonna tear my know the

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took probably this water to our guys up there

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we never about him again and when the evil finally ended

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it was compounded the US government

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not only knew about this atrocity spec

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covered up this matter trustees in exchange

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for the Mets data today the crimes remain

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unpunished everybody cuddle with what they have done

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we must have justice for the victims

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it was called unit 731

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and this is it secret story the

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Harbin manchuria

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once known as the Paris said the fire East as its close proximity to what was

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once Russia

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gave the city a unique European flavor

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today Harvin is primarily a manufacturing center

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and its three million inhabitants work hard to put specific or as in the past

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behind them

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and those horrors have a name

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but unit 731

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1930 the seeds of the Pacific was sown with the brutal Japanese military

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occupation of China

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the Japanese population had outgrown its natural resources

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so the Empire of the Sun or the bounty of China

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and decided to take what it needed them

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their invasion left deaths and destruction in its wake

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on cities towns and hamlets were leveled

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looted and burned

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rivers have terrified refugees fled the South injury

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despite their arrogance

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japan's military leaders knew that they were not invincible

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other countries including the nearby and ha style Soviet Union

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were rumored to have something japan did not bio chemical weapons

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in order to continue their consolidation evasion without fear of reprisal

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Japan you that they must develop a biological and chemical arsenal

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far from the prying eyes of the world %uh

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and while no one was watching anything could and did

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happen thousands a Japanese scientists

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technicians medical doctor is that marinus

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dentist also it's a professionally trained

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scientific personnel engaged in the most

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atrocious actions that one can imagine

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on they even said that people can make money online

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sometimes digging and the same

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announced that showed a very sparse the human body as well as functions

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day

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modern biochemical warfare began in 1915

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during the First World War the germans attempted to break the bloody stalemate

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of trench warfare

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by the deliberate deployment of chlorine gas the weapon proved extremely

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effective

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but imprecise a shift in wind direction could kill the attack as easily as they

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attacked

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not soon both sides were using chlorine gas routinely

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long

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stop this notion of total of Adam

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slaughter on a scale which the world that never should have experience before

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to win a war people 14 have to move be willing to employ

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any weapon notions of morality in Waltham

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plane flew with indians the shocked by the human cost of these weapons

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ten years after the first use of gas the Geneva Protocol

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a treaty ratified by 145 countries including Japan

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bandow jiggle weapons

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but words on paper were not enough to stop an opportunistic

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Japanese army officer from conceiving the plans that would result in the

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creation of the unit 731

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an officer some call a monster others

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a genius his name she really should be characterized him as a monster

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would-be appropriate because

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the man has no sense of humanity whatsoever

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he loved his children it was a good father he was a good husband

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by the culture stand it some other time for one thing say that al-qaida like

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children said

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Shui she was born in 1892 into a wealthy japanese family

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is family owned more land than any other in their community

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and with that power came privilege the issues almost feudal dominance extended

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to nearby villages

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but because of his family's wealth and position surely she grew up to be

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arrogant

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he had little or no regard for those he saw as being beneath him

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get no sense a morality GE

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was loyal to the Ampera into the military in your investment funds from

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the appropriations he received he's earned difficulty really kinda ten-point



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except for his

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almost mono maniacal ambition

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to develop biological weapons that see I can is consistent about this man

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it is single minded purpose

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unlock it was to become now as the father

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a biological weapons left NNT she had a gift for manipulating the bureaucracy

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have the Japanese army he soon began to recruit the allies who would help him to

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realize his goal

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a state-of-the-art medical research facility in occupied manchuria

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a laboratory over which he had complete authority

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bomb

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be she kept his ultimate plan secret from all but his closest associates

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0 but this network of friends led all the way up to the man whom the Japanese

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considered a living God

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emperor hirohito himself when i'ma die

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your definition of so let's see how do you up I got there could be no

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deployment of military units overseas

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by or biochemical operations without orders from the Emperor

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happen here he does

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brothers other relatives most important was his uncle

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actually participated they visited somebody's

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Descanso what I charm death factories

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on

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I'm

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in 1936 by explicit Imperial Order

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he sees dream was approved by Emperor Hirohito

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I'm he she immediately left for Harbin to supervise

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every phase of creation of the world's greatest medical research facility

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dedicated to biological warfare ironically

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it was officially referred to as an epidemic prevention and water supply

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unit

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Hey

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and as sherrie she assembled his scientific team in Harbin

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he reviewed the real reason for locating unit 731

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in China T

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the Japanese occupation of China was no less brutal done their invasion

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secret police roam the countryside

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rounding up anyone suspected of opposition Tiny's and russians who lived

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in Manchuria were fair game

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surely she saw an inexhaustible supply a research materials

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human research materials

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they just chilled people for no apparent reason accepted determined

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holiday he would react when being shelled

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in order to keep Japan's need for chemical and biological weapons secret

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from the world

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their secret laboratory unit 731 was deliberately located in a remote part of

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their newly conquered empire

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the

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she really she the mastermind behind the operation

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knew he needed complete impunity isolation

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and a constant supply of test subjects in order to successfully carry out his

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research

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he chose to build in pain fan a suburb of Harbin

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with a population of 240,000 Chinese and eighty-one thousand russians and other

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non-chinese

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Harbin was remote yet accessible and its prisons were well-stocked with

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laboratory for bed

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construction have unit 731 began almost immediately

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and Sheree she oversaw every detail nothing was left to chance

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an unlimited supply of funds was provided by the Japanese government for

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state-of-the-art equipment

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and anything and everything he/she required for himself

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and his stuff

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there was a huge building that was called the administrative building

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it was so big pants so well constructed that at the end at the water's

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when followed by acting fine was destroyed

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they couldn't blow up the buildings

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%uh tucked away in the interior the administration building was a prison way

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up to five hundred men women and children at a time could be housed

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this was the most secret part of this school ready top-secret facility

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do

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by

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unit 731 was stuffed with the cream of the crop of japanese scientists and

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research medics

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by

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the the scientists turned the compound into a nightmare laboratory

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using humans as test animals 0

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I'm

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I'm not only could all types have debilitating biological weapons be

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developed to use against Japan's enemies

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advance research into how to treat Japanese soldiers who such weapons

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as well as conventional arms attacks could be done 0

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this process if dehumanization began with a twist to the language

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based on the light old to mislead the local population into a false sense of

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security

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this cover story stated that unit 731 was a harmless lumber mill

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these scientists had a weird sense of humor

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today referred to their victims as

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margaritas which is loosely translated as locks

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and that's how we thought it happened has pieces award not as humans

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Union carve them up you can burn them in a fireplace

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wheelchairs them

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there was no shortage of this living would for the construction is surely

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she's dreams

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on

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just a ranch a lot of candidates the secret police were just

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literally sweep the streets of the city in another candidates

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lower the level

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true would then be placed on a one-way train ride

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to unit 731 cool well

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kinda woke us up like the ROM

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your name

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the train with a boxcar stop like



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I am I soldiers

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open the doors them removed what looked like straw mats

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wrapped in steel wires a.m.

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yen-dollar I didn't know what was happening and then I noticed arm

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sticking our club and heads moving

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and blood coming out and then the japanese soldiers yell logs

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so I knew those were people viene the fate of these prisoners was ordained the

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moment they enter the compound

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not one survived


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my some the site in dade we were testing the effectiveness of germs

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to determine how many people would be killed a without giving a vaccine to

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shower

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status compares in other prisoners

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we injected back scenes and waited a while for antibodies to react

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the team and so sorry honey horses as we expected

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those who did not get the vaccine got sick and died first

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with this summer storms so we dissected them

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the best way in the minds of the scientists to observe the human body's

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defense system battling the invading pathogens

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was by performing live there this section the rarely giving anaesthesia

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this Saturday

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on I was ordered to wash that person's body with the deck brush

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before he or she was taken into the dissection room naked

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by a member of a special teams

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the first time I trembled

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one team member was listening to the part B using a stethoscope

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ones he was standing holding a knife the moment a stethoscope was removed from

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his ear

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a night when into the body person and goes I did not know but according to

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doctors

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this timing was very important because if the timing was wrong

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we do get blood all over us and then we'll I could get infected

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not only with the prisoners deliberately infected with a deadly diseases and

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dissected alive

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they were also used for many more dramatic tests

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fifty different lethal experiments

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many thought up spontaneously and capriciously by DC and his staff

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studies

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search now this place was unit 731 spry spite experiment lab built in 1943

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all year round frostbite lab tests were conducted inside

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but we still have today here's the base of the freezing machine

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observation windows et cetera they had refrigerated chambers

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and also in manchuria women to serve very severe 40-50 degrees below zero

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fahrenheit

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and they would expose prisoners various parts of their bodies

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to these temperatures freeze them and then try

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various techniques to literally dehydrate them

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to see what was most effective way of dealing with frostbite

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so that that the Houston power washer as well well to protect Japanese troops

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as well as to affect up the enemy

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some experiments were markedly more violent than others

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to determine the best course of treatment to varying degrees of shrapnel

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wounds sustained in the field by Japanese soldiers

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Chinese prisoners were exposed to direct bomb blasts

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there was trapped unprotected two wooden planks stayed in the ground

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and increasing distances around the bomb which was then detonated

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the afterward it was surgery for most

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post-mortems for the rest people who were experiment on generally lasted four

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to six weeks

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and then they were sacrificed what is

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so penis about this is

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thats anyone was prey to these experiments

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the turkey Batman women children

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team

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bodies were disposed of in a crematorium much like the ones that were working

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overtime 3,000 miles away

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in nazi-occupied Europe do

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my to some should get sick on me there are always two or three thousand logs

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prepared

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sure there is a burning places and they were always burning dead bodies

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I imagine they died because of the research

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like their counterparts in the Nazi death camps

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the dedicated Japanese who toiled away at unit 731

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store their work as noble good

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they were serving the Ampera they were serving their country that's all they

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were interested in

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the fact that people were being chilled in these experiments man

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nothing to do with them but

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and she really she had plans that spread far beyond the walls at his compound

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he planned to create weapons that could reach as far as america

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and he began to use the surrounding countryside as a laboratory

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they not only word

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on humans in laboratories but when they develop what they believed were

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prototypes for weapons so the future they feel that

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test for that on cities and villages throughout China

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hundreds of thousands of people were affected by these field test

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many tens of thousands were killed in these field tests

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many other uncountable number is

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became hill

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but a

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spam

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unit 731 worked overtime throughout the second world war to provide horrific

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biological and chemical weapons for the Japanese Empire

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the knee she and his scientific team soon determined that the thousands of

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rats kept at the facility could be used as living fYI factories

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low all that was needed was field experiments to determine the best way to

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spread disease

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and to help you she accomplishes first and foremost goal

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the creation of deadly and easily deliverable bubonic plague bacteria

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but

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bubonic plague is a hose is a high fever vomiting up blood

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shivering body pains and respiratory failure that results in a dark purple

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body-color 0

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three out of four people who contract this disease dime




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even those odds of survival were too high for sure he/she

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0

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in order to perfect the perfect plague he she decided to turn his attention to

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the surrounding countryside

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body she had one large problem

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although he had the perfect bacteria and the perfect carrier

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he had to find a perfect delivery system

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first he tried spraying flees from airplanes

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Shoichi matsumoto was a pilot attached to the union's

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under the wings there was a space to attach bombs

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instead of bombs a basket or something like that was attached

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you like there was almost a meter long and open on each side

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and was filled with deadly fleece on

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tests began immediately and the targets were Chinese villages

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unlucky enough to be within range there was no other reason for this election

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and no mercy for the inhabitants yo

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in early nineteen thirty-nine mysterious killer played began to break out in

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villages

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I'll and continue to do so until 1942

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my village A's in the southern

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popped up the county and

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play Sat May broke out aim

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in a summer 1942 September cupped

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and what so that the villagers died

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8 people in my Pakistani by the cake

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0 other delivery systems were tried

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including poisoning the precious local water supplies

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on which the Chinese depended

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no matter how these plates were introduced the results with devastating

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to those unlucky enough to be contaminated

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the I'm hired between 1941 in early November

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and 1942 there was an outbreak as a player past the first person infected

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with the play was a neighbor

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and that was the families around within 10 days 13 villagers died of the plague

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cortisol for in 1942

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my grandfather within a short time could not get up from his bed

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and died hike after him I said was my grandmother

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who also was sick and died within a day or two

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the symptoms and toxicity

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work precisely what he/she was looking for think I'll

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herridge people died nobody dared to bury them are carried out

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they had to be cremated 100 sup

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national edition my sisters clan was swelling up on her neck

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her neck was sore swollen that it was as thick as her head

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sets sold without any up for loved ones by her side

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she went into the field and died by herself

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not content spreading played he sees many even sunk so low as to hand out

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sweets to starving Chinese children

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sweets the laced with anthrax highly lethal disease that attacks the

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respiratory and digestive system

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more conducting these indiscriminate tests was dangerous work

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that on occasion the Japanese themselves became victims

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0

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over the years 1600 Japanese researchers and soldiers died as a result of

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mishandling the various bacteria and viruses

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d she knew that these delivery systems were too imprecise

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done

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then he had a flash of inspiration %uh

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be decided to deliver unconventional payloads with modified conventional

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weapons

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ceramic bombs loaded with plague infested trees

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old the bombs could be aimed and not only with the fleas survive the drop

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all traces of the ceramic shell would disintegrate into the soil the new

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target villages were selected

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the infectious bombings were carried out but in their relentless quest for

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perfection

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the Japanese decided they needed to examine their victims on the front lines

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I'm the Japanese came to the village me what uniforms

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was high boots rubber bullets and with masks

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as in the labs at unit 731 immediate examination of the damage being done by

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the pathogens was at the greatest value

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just that divided the peasants into two groups

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deplore the manger the fields and

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open the batting with us tonight

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these open-air dissections and other equally grim tests were conducted for a

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reason

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to perfect a weapon that could be deployed against Japan's enemies

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and the number one enemy was the United States

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on thanks to sure he/she Japan now had a way to strike back

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don't

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the

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the second world war in the Pacific was as ugly and racist a war as has ever

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been for

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and to the Japanese the United States was the main enemy

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after pearl harbor they look for ways to strike back and attacked the US mainland

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and in order to achieve this goal they were prepared to stop at nothing

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even some believe experimentation on allied prisoners of war

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among the first prisoners taken by Japan in the early years of the war with the

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self-proclaimed battling bastards have but an

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ok

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these men taken prisoner in the Philippines in the spring of 1942

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not only survived the infamous death march but they also survive

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transshipment from the Philippines to Japan and China


at this point reduced to skin and bones by years of malnutrition

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ended up in a PO w camp in the city of mood can

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500 miles south of Harbin it was there at the end of 1944 that the normal

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program a brutality took a strange turn

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com

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the POWs began to receive visits from Japanese doctors

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surprising because this was the first medical attention if any sort that they

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had received in over three years of captivity

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are

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the interesting thing is that none of the guys knew anything about 731

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all we know is that we were getting all kinds of shots and things like that but

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they were telling us at the time this is just too to it for your health

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I think to give me Amtrak

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I think the game is gonna to your

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had some believe that their fellow prisoners were actually taken directly

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to unit 731

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for more personal and fatal attention I know the

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took public release water to our guys up there we never heard

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about him again

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when Modcan was finally liberated in september of nineteen forty-five

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the newly released prisoners were debriefed but the records have their

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testimonies were

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officially sealed more than fifty years later their stories have still not been

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verified by the US government

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1

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and toward the end of the war the terrible weapons created by unit 731

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came very close to being used on the United States mainland

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money they hope to

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show balloons with germs and float across the Pacific Ocean to

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attack West as cities the first to try them they lost him with explosives

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have that has succeeded there with and launch them with germs

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move the several thousand balloon bombs launched at america

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only 200 actually made it one traveling as far east as Michigan

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each balloon was designed to carry in century devices

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while some exploded causing fires and limited damage

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lives were lost in only one case the touchdown on the 5th May 1945 the

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decided the church outing near Bligh

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Arkham the resulting explosion killed five children

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and administers young wife who was eight months pregnant 0

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cautiously for americans the war ended before any of the issues balloon bombs

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loaded with Germans could be released

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no question in my mind that the japanese have the facilities they would have

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attacked American Studies on the west coast and

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as far inland as possible in water anything goes that was a Japanese at its

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helm

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with the Japanese surrender on the 2nd of September 1945

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she really is she's primary goal turned to survival

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and his genius served him well you know

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when the war was ending unit 731 got an order from the intro

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that they must destroy all the evidence at that time

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400 Chinese mom was still alive

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for human experiments station was still alive

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and they killed autumn

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at the deadly legacy have unit 731 survived

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the Pandora's Box a play that have been opened would continue to spread disease

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well after the end of the war and occupation

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in 1947 alone an outbreak of the plague killed 30,000 people in Harborne

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on and there was another and in a way even more deadly legacy Nov unit 731

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the began the day America Occupied Japan

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0 the ISS had a a pretty good picture

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what what's going on by the time a Japanese surrender

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they sent over scientific investigators

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the American scientists convinced

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american intelligence which is not too difficult to do

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that the information they sought was in the best interests of the United States

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on and she really she was the man who had possession

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that information def

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the

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the end of the Second World War marked the beginning of a different kind of war

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a cold war that would see the United States pitted against the Soviet Union

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in a game as military one-upmanship

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any perceived advantage was to be exploited

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regardless have the moral consequences the

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lemme and within weeks of the war ending

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the volumes have terrible research from unit 731 began to attract american

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attention

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0

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build on an attack using Kong

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one of the biggest reasons that the details of Japan's bacteriological

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warfare or not revealed for a long time after the war

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it was because the american government permitted the negotiation and dealing

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with the matter

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and did not release the findings to the public the Japanese not only kept

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meticulous records and then nightmarish experiments

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but had the foresight to realize that these records might be their ticket to

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survival

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after the war %uh

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sure he/she himself return to Japan from China

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and began to play a game of high-risk poker with the Americans

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if they agreed not to prosecute him and his associates for war crimes

31:56

he would hand over and decipher his research

32:00

on it was a hellish proposition with a sadly predictable

32:04

outcome on one of the most interesting

32:08

documents that I've come across was

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a memo written in nineteen forty-six find the

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director of the chemical warfare service in the United States

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do which sentenced the idea of prosecuting

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Japanese for chemical warfare as this would cramp

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the United States ability in the future

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to engage in chemical warfare itself 0

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American scientists fascinated but

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with the opportunity to acquire schuman experimental data

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by law and by ethical traditions

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american scientist killing we're gonna handle some laboratories but he was an

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opportunity I'm

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golden opportunity to acquire


golden opportunity to acquire

32:56

schuman experimental data on

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and they bought the idea

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and so word was out that the american scientist

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wanted to meet their Japanese comics

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that when I former enemies they were not war criminals

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there was scientific colleagues on

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with the cold war on the horizon the Americans became more desperate for a




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solid advantage over the soviets

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making the Japanese hand stronger took several years because the Japanese

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scientist

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very cleverly played on this

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almost maniacal passion

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by American side just to get human datum

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by saying we have so much you wouldn't believe but we're not going to turn over

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a single

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item to you until we get in writing

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hey grant I've community from any prosecution

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for war crimes home

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police she and his partners in war crimes the US military's frenzied need

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for advantage

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paid off in a spring in 1948

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the deal was completed the Japanese scientist turned over some

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not Holiday added to the american scientist and

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they were granted immunity from prosecution I'm

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by some kind of cold blooded countless United States felt it had the best deal

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I'm

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wanna chief scientist's in the negotiations

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route to his superior the general in charge to the chemical Corps

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bad we got all this information for closer to about 250,000 Rs

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we got a bargain in fact he said we got a bargain

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for this deal with the devil

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sure he/she the devil love unit 731

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the man who personally created the living hell

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love unit 731 I'll died in 1959 at age 67

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of natural causes 0 still a hero in his hometown

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I'll he never served a day in prisons

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he will be remembered as one of the most is the No

35:12

then he involved figures of the 20th century

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he ranks up there but the heads up European

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concentration camps the infamous doctor Josef Mengele a

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protect lessons from he/she any I'm

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I'm I think one of the consequences

35:32

on unit 731 and the cover-up

35:35

unit 731 is the corruption

35:38

homes the scientific community Japan

35:42

after the war so many scientists

35:46

doctors who work co-op till volunteered

35:50

to help with this gigantic ex-friend after the war

35:54

attain such senior positions in academia

35:57

in government

36:03

but today the whitewash has begun to wear off

36:08

the entire world is right to the point where the trees at unicef between one

36:12

and the

36:12

Pacific Park aspworldtour to history has a tendency repeating itself and if we

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don't educate

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the next generation national chains about what happened is no guarantee that

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something like this

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going to happen again %uh on

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San Francisco

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the summer of 1998 at an exhibit memorializing the victims have unit 731

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those who can never forget came face to face with those who never knew

36:45

being there was a larger pattern here

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at extermination genocide massacre

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which I think many american searched only barely starting to learn about

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conferences

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traveling exhibits and books have begun to spread the story as unit 731 savagery

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worldwide



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the dissemination of the truth is part of a larger movement to force japan to

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come to grips with its past

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a past that many Japanese continue to deny

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it is

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understandably that a proud nation is reluctant to acknowledge his past

37:29

misdeeds

37:30

but I great nation mass overcome is pride

37:34

and face the painful truth you

37:38

one reach Japanese text books this ghastly mansion

37:43

over anything negative about the Japanese role in world war two

37:47

most japanese hot toward that Japan was non-aggressive

37:52

patient but instead because in the dropping of the atomic bomb

37:56

Japan was affect them worldwatch Hill

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and that mindset process to this very day in very large numbers some Japanese

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citizens

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the

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the chinese government which has never reconciled with Japan

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is doing everything it can to keep memories if unit 731 alive

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today in Harbin a portion of what is left of the compound has been turned

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into a museum

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tourist site the the ghosts of the past will not be allowed to vanish from

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memory

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it's not on the anger you know you have to

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discussed I'm offspring of these people

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I have the bread I must do something for them because I know the chills

38:44

so I still have learned about Chelsea just

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compt you know 10 yourself away from it he must do something

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for these people and also because the japanese government

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keeps denying about the war atrocities these people are human beings

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the the tightest

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Blackwater miss the

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the truth have unit 731 goes beyond nationality

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patriotism it strikes to the heart of the human experience in the 20th century

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and more and more the truth will be told

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we must have justice for the victims

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for the victims dignity and the rights as human beings

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and my fam justice to punish the war criminals

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them

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doesn't mean she might help we at least wants them to acknowledge what happened

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in history

39:45

publicly apologize to us Chinese people and give monetary compensation to the

39:49

victims

39:50

am Chalmers that would be a wise move on the part of the japanese government

39:55

home

39:56

yet even if they did this they would still be far from having compensate us

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for our losses

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my washing with has gotten your hands

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I'm glad to be away from unit 731

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Wenger simpson crimson I was so stupid and

40:14

like 10 min Christ being sent to a war crimes detention center

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from you help me feel human again

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it is not enough to merely condemn Japan no America too must face the past

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I

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the United States has to

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ok a calm the embarrassment and will be embarrassing

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to reveal its role and

40:42

letting these people go the slogan is the holocaust inured

40:49

is never again the and I think that should be the slogan

40:53

DAV be biological back injury

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race between Japan and the United States the former Soviet Union and other

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countries

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never again mall the world has suffered enough in the 20th century

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but the 21st century be a better place to live ball

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them



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