|Portion of title
||Unit 731 and Legacy of Biological Warfare
||Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Corps (3:12) -- Disease After War (2:10) -- Lesson 1: The Doolittle Raid (2:54) -- Lesson 1: The Doolittle Raid-Punishing the Chinese (4:29) -- Lesson 2: The Historical Record (3:13) -- Lesson 2: The Historical Record-Germs in Quzhou (4:57) -- Lesson 3: The Theory of Justice (4:08) -- Lesson 3: The Theory of Justice- In Court (6:26) -- Lesson 4: History from Below (3:32) -- Lesson 4: History from Below-Survivors (4:45) -- Lesson 4: History from Below-Hate and Misery (6:30) -- Legacy of Unit 731 (1:58) -- Credits: Lessons of the Blood: Unit 731 and the Legacy of Biological Warfare (2:44)
||This program explores the legacy of Unit 731, a research division of the Japanese Imperial Army that conducted human experimentation on Chinese civilians during World War II. Traveling to some of China's "rotten leg villages," the video features eloquent testimony from elderly survivors who still tend deeply ulcerated, unhealed wounds resulting from Unit 731's biological attacks. The documentary highlights efforts to bring the truth about Unit 731 to light, with activists accusing modern-day Japan of downplaying or denying the episode.
|General note||Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on February 07, 2012.|
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|Interest grade level
||10 & up.
||Viewer discretion is advised.
|Technical details||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Technical details||System requirements: FOD playback platform.|
|Language||Portions with English subtitles|
|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Java (Firm), 2010.|
|Publisher number||47871 Films Media Group|