UNIT 731 - The Imperial Way FLAC album
Title: The Imperial Way
Style: Noise, Experimental, Industrial
FLAC version ZIP size: 1292 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1631 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1213 mb
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Because of the Unit’s secret nature, there is no complete list of the experiments that were undertaken by Unit 731. Vivisect. Testimonies from participants shed some.
During the Second Sino-Japanese War and later World War II, the Japanese had encased bubonic plague, cholera, smallpox, botulism, anthrax, and other diseases into bombs where they were routinely dropped on Chinese combatants and non-combatants. The mission was extremely risky for the pilots and submariners, likely a one-way kamikaze mission. who was a Unit 731 commander in the Imperial Japanese Navy, said that only three I-400 had been built by August 15, but estimated that, by September 2, two or three more would have been built ahead of schedule had the war gone o. .
Japan has disclosed the names of thousands of members of Unit 731, a notorious branch of the imperial Japanese army that conducted lethal experiments on Chinese civilians in the 1930s and 40s as it sought to develop chemical and biological weapons
Redirected from Japanese human experimentation).
Officially it was known as the Epideic Prevention and Water Purification Department of The Kwantung Army, the site was originally set up under the command of General Shiro Ishii who was a combat medic officer at the Kwantung Army.
The Imperial Japanese Navy did not contribute to the defense of Manchuria, the occupation of which it had always opposed on strategic grounds. Additionally, by the time of the Soviet invasion, the few remnants of its fleet were stationed and tasked for the defense of the Japanese home islands in the event of an invasion by American forces
I doubt unit 731 was the first or last of it. I think it’s a wake up call for humanity to start evolving. Listen to 'Unit 731' on Slayers album 'World Painted Blood'. Whilst not related directly to Unit 731 The Rape of Nanking is well worth a read. It’s one of the more graphic descriptions of the atrocity. Stories of family members being forced to rape one another is one ordeal that sticks out in my memory of the book.
Scientists carried out horrific human experiments on prisoners during WWII. Some 3,000 people died, including Chinese civilians and Allied POWs.
|1||The Imperial Way||5:43|
|2||Shell Fragments Of Bacteria Bombs||1:19|
|3||When Ishii Wanted A Human Brain||6:16|
|4||The Benefits Of Medical Genocide||1:54|
|6||Scrapings And Swabs||3:57|