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- Dig Begins at Wartime Army Site Suspected in Prisoner Experiments
Posted by : Mahadi Mahbol Rabu, Februari 23, 2011
Amplify’d from www.nytimes.com
Japan began excavations on Monday at a former army medical school to search for human remains linked to a notorious World War II program that allegedly conducted biological warfare in China and live experiments on foreign prisoners of war. The government has never acknowledged the activities of the military’s shadowy Unit 731, although they have been documented by historians and participants. The excavation follows revelations by a former nurse that she helped bury body parts at the Tokyo site as American forces began occupying the capital at the end of the war.
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Published: February 21, 2011
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