Harbin, 9 Sep (Zhongxin Net) -- The Exhibition Hall of Criminal Evidence of Unit 18 of the Japanese Army that invaded China announced on 18 September that the museum and Japanese scholar Makoto Matsuno also discovered the "List of Generals and Schools and Active Duty Generals" and "List of Generals and Schools and Active Military Doctors: Second Lieutenant Dazo Ensign" at the National Public Literature Museum of Japan.

"List of Generals and Colonels Active Military Doctor Dazuo Ensign" was first released by Zhao Yuhang

During World War II, Japan violated public international law by secretly establishing Unit 731 in China, conducting a large number of human experiments and carrying out large-scale bacteriological warfare. Unit 731 became Japan's base for planning, organizing, and carrying out germ warfare.

The Exhibition Hall of Crime Evidence of Unit 731 of the Japanese Army Invading China comprehensively and profoundly exposes the crimes against humanity committed by the Japanese militarists with Unit 731 as the core during World War II by displaying a diverse collection of incriminating cultural relics and historical materials.

The "List of Generals and Officers on Active Duty" was first announced by Zhao Yuhang

The records of the "Register of Generals and Schools on Active Duty" and "List of Generals and Colonels of Active Military Doctors and Second Lieutenants" cover positions from lieutenant general to second lieutenant, and are the core archives for the study of Unit 1644 and the Japanese bacteriological warfare problem. At the same time, the register of generals and colonels of the <> unit of Nanjing was discovered for the first time, which was a new content that had not been discovered in previous studies.

Through the combing and research of these two files, we can fully understand the overall situation and service experience of the Japanese military medical general at the end of World War II. It is of great historical value for the comprehensive study of the work transfer and circulation experience of the 731st Troop Generals, including Shiro Ishii and Masaji Kitano. The core data for deepening the study of the overall size, ranks, and personnel composition of Unit 731 is the key evidence for all-round understanding of the crimes of Japanese biological warfare and Unit 731.

At the same time, these two files clearly record the circulation of personnel between Unit 731 and other health units, which is another important discovery of the problem of military doctors collaborating in crime of Unit 731. These core archives were released for the first time, which is of great significance for restoring historical truth and promoting academic research. (End)