Japanese Unit 731 — Pacific Paratrooper

Warning !! There are pictures in this post that may be very upsetting. In the 1930s-‘40s, the Japanese Empire committed atrocities across Asia, such as the Rape of Nanking. German crimes such as human medical testing committed in concentration camps tend to receive more attention than Japan’s crimes against humanity, as more research has been […]

via Japanese Unit 731 — Pacific Paratrooper.

I learned of this unit many decades ago. I took several World War II college history courses later and the unit was not mentioned in those courses or textbooks.


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5 Responses to Japanese Unit 731 — Pacific Paratrooper

  1. GP Cox says:

    Thank you for sharing this. Perhaps the more that know, the greater change we have that it will not happen again.

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  2. SLIMJIM says:

    Its horrible what the Japanese did in WW2 and I’m glad the Pacific Paratrooper wrote about it


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