Pictured is a suffering victim of the Imperial Japanese Army, which conducted scores of sickening human experiments like this one on Chinese prisoners between 1935 and 1945. Known as Unit 731, the army’s biological warfare department explored the effects of hypothermia, conscious vivisection, pressure chambers, and syphilis on innocent men, women, and children. Here, Unit 731 personnel douse a test subject with an unknown bacteria — merely to study the results.
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