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Japanese biological warfare in World War II

During World War II, the Japanese Army used biological weapons: violating the Geneva and Hague Conventions, they spread typhoid, the plague, and the bacteria of other diseases in Manchuria and territories in East China. It was acknowledged only in 2002 that the Japanese Army had used biological weapons on Chinese civilians.

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