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A war is a form of violence and terror However some countries go a deal more than that For example the Iraq army carried out a sneak attack for which was criticized by the Western countries The army took out nearly the whole army and also killed a number of innocent civilians The Nazis also had gassed and murdered millions of innocent Jew people and was widely criticized Japans biological experiments during the second world war is another example of a country going a good deal beyond of just creating violence and terror The event showed that Japan created a program in which it planned to develop biological weapons and how live human beings were being used as guinea pigs But beyond that what were the causes and practices of the experiments of Unit 731 The following pages analyze what the causes and practices of the experiments by Unit 731 First they explain the situation in which Japan was at that point of the war Then they present what led the Japanese army into conducting biological experiments on live humans and what they hoped to achieve in doing this Finally they show the practices of the biological experiments At that time of the war there was a international convention in Geneva which is known as the Geneva Convention At this convention it was governed that during warfares countries must ban biological weapons from their list Japan reacts to this by refusing to approve this treatyFujita This convention took place in 1925 which is 7 years before the actual biological experiments of Unit 731 actually took place That shows that the Japanese Army had been planning the project of experiments years before it took place The experiments took place from 1932 to 1945 In the year that it begun 1932 The Japanese Army had invaded Manchuria after the Mukden Incident had taken placeKublin 162
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