UNIT 731 - JAPAN'S SECRET LABORATORY OF DEATH UNIT 731 JAPAN'S SECRET LABORATORY OF DEATH (And Other Atrocities You Won't Read About In Your History Books) 'And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret.'
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-Ephesians 5:11-12 In the first few months following Pearl Harbor, the Japanese captured over 140,000 Allied prisoners, and it is a well-documented fact that one in four of these men and women died at the hands of their captors. In each and every theater of operation, there were thousands and thousands of men and women who were tortured, raped and slaughtered. THE BATTLE FOR HONG KONG For example, in his book, The Rising Sun, John Toland recounts numerous instances of Japanese troops butchering and raping their prisoners. He describes how, in the battle for Hong Kong, a great defense was put up by a rag-tag army of approximately 1,800 men known as the Hong Kong Volunteer Defense Corps. The regular army more or less looked down on this group, calling them 'Playboy Soldiers'.
They were a mixture of local British, Eurasian, Chinese, and Portuguese civilian recruits who, in the battle for Hong Kong, fought as well as any soldier and better than most. However, no matter how well they fought, they could not possibly hold out against the hordes of Japanese that engulfed them. On a Christmas morning, they were overrun and completely cut off at the narrow Stanley Peninsula on the southern end of their island.
Uncontrolled groups of Japanese began butchering the wounded and raping Chinese and British nurses. The main British force at Victoria, the capital of Hong Kong, was next in being overrun. According to Mr. Toland, the Japanese sent two English prisoners, a retired British Major and a civilian, with a message for Major-General C. Maltby, who was the military commander of the colony. The message advised the commander that it would be useless to continue the fight, and promised that the Japanese would hold their fire for three hours to allow the British to make up their minds. Maltby held off until 3:15 p.m.
Before reluctantly ordering his commanders to surrender. To say the least, it was a humiliating end to British rule in China, but the worst part was that the Japanese, who had promised to treat the prisoners with dignity, continued the horrendous atrocities throughout Christmas night. THE ABANDONMENT OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS On this same Christmas day, President Roosevelt was meeting with Mr. Churchill and, shortly afterwards, Mr.
Churchill made his famous speech to Congress. When it was over, there was a spontaneous burst of applause. The American Military, however, were not so enthused. Lillian Axe Live 2002 Justin. They had just been informed that our impulsive President Roosevelt, had been wheeled into Churchill's room the previous night for an impromptu meeting where he agreed to consider giving the British the reinforcements which had been promised to MacArthur if the supply line in the Philippines was cut. Toland points out that the American Chiefs were outraged and appealed to War Secretary Stimson, who became so angry that he immediately phoned Hopkins to tell him that the president would have to get a new Secretary of War if he kept on making such quixotic personal decisions. Roosevelt hastened to deny that 'any such proposition had been made'. Uwsc Pro 4 2 Keygen Download more.