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Throughout history mans inhumanity to man has had a long and sorry tale Through all the war atrocities ever committed for any or no reason few can compare to the intensity and scale of the Nanking Massacre during the Second World War Chang Chris P 55 The most gruesome of the Nanking Massacres experiments were carried out by the Japanese armys Unit 731 What was the purpose of Unit 731 The Japanese government had this group of doctors in various medical fields conduct the experiments on people in an attempt to advance Japans biological and chemical warfare technology Through all the horror of the experiments much was learned that could have help Japan in its chemical and biological warfare development The Japanese learned that the use of plague bombs worked The Japanese also made many medical discoveries outside the realm of biological and chemical warfare In fact one of the reasons the experiments were even performed was to find vaccines and treatments for diseases that often plagued their own country Kristof Nicholas D p4 This did not occur very often compared to the other experiments that were being conducted The somewhat fruitful experiments conducted by the Japanese army were certainly not an excuse for the Japanese to kill the immense number of people they did As a result of the Nanking Massacre the Japanese army murdered over 260000 Chinese civilians An additional 20000 to 80000 women were raped and mutilated Yue Dongxiau P1 One can easily see how the experiments conducted by the Japanese armys Unit 731 were very cruel and there should have been some consequence for this great atrocity It all started out when the government of China decided to move the capital from Peking to Nanking in 1928 The city was beautiful and had a small population of about 250000 By the mid 1930s however the population of Nanking had risen to over one million people Most of this population cam from
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