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New clues reveal Japan's germ war atrocities

China Daily | Updated: 2017-08-19 08:43

HARBIN - New evidence of human experiments and germ war crimes by Japan's notorious Unit 731 were released by a museum on Friday in Harbin, Heilongjiang province. The Museum of Evidence of War Crimes by Japanese Army Unit 731 has added written confessions, a transportation record of human experiments, old photos of the unit's soldiers and an incubator for producing plague bacillus.

"The incubator, collected from a resident in Harbin, directly proves 731's atrocities of germ experiments and development," said Jin Chengmin, curator of the museum.

It also verified confessions that the base had a culture room that could produce 10 kilograms of germs in 12 or 24 hours, and four incubators that were used for biological production.

New clues reveal Japan's germ war atrocities

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