Tuesday, November 6, 2007
Brutality → Asian Holocaust... Unit 731 (Set 1)
This young Russian woman was a prisoner at Japanese Invasion Army Unit 731. She died during the test of the ceramic bomb expolsure's effect on a human body (live people!) at the Unit 731. These ceramic bombs were developed by Japanese Invasion Army Unit 731 for delivering anthrax and bubonic plague.
Unit 731 was a division of the Japanese Army during World War II. Their based in was based in the Pingfang district of the northeast Chinese city of Harbin. The purpose of the unit was to do testing on biological warfare. An estimated three thousand prisoners were killed in experiments at Unit 731 alone. Apparently this Russian young woman took part in the anti-Japanese resistance in Harbin (Harbin became an asylum for many Russians after the Russian Revolution in 1917), was captured and sent to the Unit 731.
Wiki Article: Unit 731
|The took pictures as proof and notes on their research. As sick and disgusting as it is, there is medical credit that is given to them. Don't forget the U.S. helped cover this up for Unit 731's information: They kept it away from the Soviets. If you don't want to look at it or learn about it, I suggest you stay away from sites like this. More ever, it's sites like this that gives us all input and info into the things that we all should take the time to learn about. It's a shame lots know about Hitler but are clueless about Unit 731.|
|i bet just for japan doing this they got some major bad karma look at what happend them geting bomb like the guy below says and a tunami |
|Fucking japs fucking sadistic japs|
|Ya fucks stupid japs...a-bomb was the best thing they could get..bloody perverts sick nation|
|Why would someone take a photo of that horrible |
scene? I know the people there were sadistic but
WTF?! How is this even allowed on the Internet?
|dont mess with us japanese you fat |
|Japon pais del sol naciente te llevo en mi mente y mi corazon|
|I do wonder had the horrors of the bombs on Japan never happened, what would the consequences be? The Imperial army's attitude towards war was ever onwards, and I imagine the little biological experiments in China would find themselves ever further ashore.|
|tinapakan ninyo ang karapatan ng mga |
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