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Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Wonder where the JP find their leading Pro-Nuke scientists? Google Unit 731

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Yuko Tsuyuki : The Rainbow Warriors

Yamashita, the nuclear power plant group-of-promoters scientist, was a pupil of the graduate person of Unit 731 famous for an experiment on a human body.

Devilish Unit 731.

They repeated the experiment on a human body by the cruel method to Chinese people in the secondary great war.
And they handed the United States GHQ experiment-on-a-human-body data.

And they escaped Tokyo Trial after the war.

Many former Unit 731 people lurk also in Nagasaki University.
The soul is inherited by the medical world, the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the Japanese Red Cross, etc.

Unit 731 which conducted the experiment on a human body of the 3000 or more persons, and killed them living was acquitted, and it fitted in the Ministry of Health and Welfare or the peak of the medical world.

Probably they protect a politician.

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Wiki: Unit 731

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Unit 731 (Nana-san-ichi butai?, Chinese: 731) was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that undertook lethal human experimentation during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) and World War II. It was responsible for some of the most notorious war crimes carried out by Japanese personnel. Unit 731 was based at the Pingfang district of Harbin, the largest city in the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo (now Northeast China).

It was officially known as the Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Department of the Kwantung Army Kantōgun Bōeki Kyūsuibu Honbu?). Originally set up under the Kempeitai military police of the Empire of Japan, Unit 731 was taken over and commanded until the end of the war by General Shiro Ishii, an officer in the Kwantung Army.

Between 3,000 and 12,000 men, women, and children[1][2]—from which around 600 every year were provided by the Kempeitai[3]—died during the human experimentation conducted by Unit 731 at the camp based in Pingfang alone, which does not include victims from other medical experimentation sites.[4] Almost 70% of the victims who died in the Pingfang camp were Chinese, including both civilian and military.[5] Close to 30% of the victims were Russian.[6] Some others were South East Asians and Pacific Islanders, at the time colonies of the Empire of Japan, and a small number of the prisoners of war from the Allies of World War II[7] (although many more Allied POWs were victims of Unit 731 at other sites).

Many of the scientists involved in Unit 731 went on to prominent careers in post-war politics, academia, business, and medicine. Some were arrested by Soviet forces and tried at the Khabarovsk War Crime Trials; others surrendered to the American Forces. It has been postulated that one reason the scientists were not tried was that the information and experience gained in the studies of the biological warfare was of a great value for the United States biological weapons development program.[8] On 6 May 1947, Douglas MacArthur, as Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, wrote to Washington that "additional data, possibly some statements from Ishii probably can be obtained by informing Japanese involved that information will be retained in intelligence channels and will not be employed as 'War Crimes' evidence."[9] The deal was concluded in 1948.

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