Japanese University Opens Up On Vivisection Of US POWs During WWII – 7 April 2015

RT logoA new medical history museum in Fukuoka, Japan, has opened an exhibition which includes items related to the infamous live dissections of US prisoners of war which were conducted 70 years ago in Kyushu University’s medical school.

A section of a new museum exhibition on the campus of Kyushu University broke its 70-year university’s silence on a shocking footnote on World War II: the dissection of US prisoners of war by medical personnel, Kyodo News reported.

The school has avoided mentioning the atrocity in public over the years. The Allied war crimes tribunal denied the university had been involved in the cruel experiments, despite the fact that 14 of its staff were convicted of war crimes.

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