New evidence related to a Japanese chemical warfare unit has been disclosed for the first time in the renovated Museum of Evidence of War Crimes by the Japanese Army Unit 731 in Harbin, China's Heilongjiang Province.
The new incriminating evidence includes 2,862 artifacts, 23,000 pages of historical materials, and 810 minutes of video footage about the Japanese Army Unit 731.
Unit 731 was a top-secret biological and chemical warfare research base established in Harbin as the nerve center for Japanese biological warfare in China and Southeast Asia during WWII.
At least 3,000 people were used for human experiments by Unit 731, and more than 300,000 people in China were killed by Japan's biological weapons.
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