tv Documentary RT September 7, 2022 12:30pm-1:00pm EDT
but the nice grass didn't suffer every day, the crane and snow, whether shooting or are they just missing? now then you know, ukrainians know where they are shooting and they purposefully hit the civilian population. large attacks with silent shells and artillery have become more frequent. you can only hear them when they land and explode. so these are presumably polish, provided nato style shells. so small where we belong to vinegar. we are facing water attacks from ukraine, especially artillery. the infantry is always hiding, usually knock them out. so can we knock out the enemy, finish him off. it's almost done. ah, unlike ukrainian nationalists who are targeting peaceful civilians here in john esque. this tank platoon know exactly who they're working against her right now. they're destroying ukrainian military positions. exactly those who are working
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actually we're still driving here. the shilling continues, but they residential building where we were hiding from the shelling ahead center rarely stopped. fortunately, and none of the civilians were hurt during this artillery attacked by your grain. we were hiding for about an hour and a half in the basement. now we've got our chest sleeve and we're heading for the center of the city where it's supposed to be a lot quieter room on call for a party the next people's republic. many thanks to even his company here in nancy international way back the top of the hour with the very latest news updates. we'll see them. mm. with
ah, tomatoes is one of the most beautiful cities in russia's far east. ah, it sits on shiny buddha. that was for many years the far eastern capital. ah, there is no shortage of historical sites here. the officers club is one of them. this is where in december 19, 49 and 12 members of japan's. quinton army stood trial. mm. that was the only time wall criminals have ever been tried for creating a biological weapon and testing it on me.
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731 was a unique organization in the history of the world. what they were trying to do was to simply do nothing short than build the most powerful and most deadly biological weapons program that the world had ever. now. japan had a longstanding interest in biological weapons, emperor a hero heater, who had a degree in the marine biology, believed that biological weapons would help to pan conquer the world. as a descendant of the sun goddess a matter aso. he saw it as his calling in the 1930s, the concept of japan's exceptional role in the world permeated the country society . oh, sorted out. so june gets the sunni hummadi condie equal sucking yawn.
all that she's a retainer. oh, japanese journalist shoji condo, the author of evidence of unit 731 crimes, a book that caused quite a stir. he's one of the few people who tries to give an impartial account of factors that brought japan to war. tiny to even look up to your schedule. so a junket to cook got it, says so to. so you saw them what they glint irish, but thick star. so going ask animal for a gun. no, on that chism you know, want on, you saw it fixed on in the early 19 thirties, the japanese military carefully studied a report by microbiologist, cheryl, is she biological weapons affects the human body, silent, causing a slow but painful death. there is no need to manufacture missiles instead,
you can infect clothing, food or water, will disperse bacteria from aircraft. they will proliferate, and in fact, humans, ah general easy, wasn't just a biologist, but also a military man with the rank of colonel. he was very smart, intelligent, capable person of high status in japan. he was a medical doctor who was also a pilot, and a military commander. he had all of these great talents and skills that sadly, instead of being used for a good purpose, he took his great prodigious skills and took it in the opposite direction to the dark side as a force for evil. ah, japan's general stuff allocated enormous results is to help the biologist establish a secret facility to develop biological weapons. china's manchuria region occupied by japan in 1932 and turned into the puppet state of men to co became the
testing ground. manchuria is very handy because of its location close to the u. s. s. on it also has plenty of test subjects, test subjects. you mean people brought to the unit, the test? exactly. those people were meant to die. that's right. from tribunal questions to quiz shima kiyoshi. a medical service major general aah! in 1938. several secret facilities were established in the hills of manchuria unit . 100 in san jang worked on lifestyle contamination unit 516 in to to come manufactured, chemical weapons and unit 731 near hobbin, developed biological weapons, and tested them on civilians. in pen fung village,
they burned down around 300 local dwellings to clear space to build unit 731. the facility was self sufficient and inaccessible. that when the batteries a prison crematorium stadium, a shinto shrine, an airfield, a dedicated aircraft group, and a bow station, the facilities commanding officer was also the projects audiologist colonel shinkel . you see, wow, you know, to push it. but it's, i guess she'll, she'll go colorful. komatsu is more than 90 years old and can't sit down for very long don't at the dinner k killed when you suddenly would have to rush of korea annella's. i don't know. she will death.
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lived near unit 731. when she was just 13. mm. she often visits china nel organizing exhibitions and conferences to expose the crimes perpetrated by unit 7. 31 of them was that's the guys that dickins corner dis could oh, at the shop given the me there, meet them, us, cut it. oh, i don't. lo moiety, i will. yeah. my mom i got there. but as you are so good. okay, no, any dustin mm. the camp has a gruesome reputation among the locals. ah, ah, exactly what went on behind little since they'll never know. but they all show that
no one ever came out alive. after you infected a person, would he get treatment? yes. what happened to him next? he'd be used for further experiment. until he died. yes. none of the prisoners came out alive. from tribunal questions to medical service. major general, how was she mac yoshi? ah, thousands of people became test subjects. they were from various nationalities around 60 percent which i knees around 30 percent russian. and a few koreans and mongolians. they were referred to as my router, which means logs in japanese into i are to my slender stagger them all by day
at all model that the, you know, are you on more modern or general market that is meant new them all more. look up on there and i got over marcell that she missed was an intern at the unit. like other teenagers, he was set there to work and study materials. i had a partner with her mother and all up buddy b. oh, can you call i flushed or couched? i thought quite touched little to go at madison on what on this the law should my new on it? not all site isn't all similar. good for you, and we'll put them out there to give us the most present to carbon monitors. sho, get great thought, said all clinician,
don't know if i can not put the last show question new, showing people there even live in livestock priest shadow issue, the ideologies mastermind behind everything that happened in the death camps. the chinese population of har being were the equivalent of lab rats. these weren't human beings who had rights to life who had rights to freedom from porter, in sickness and disease. these were people who he could carry out tests to further his goals, which was to create the world's greatest biological weapons program. in subjects were injected with cholera, typhoid anthrax, bubonic plague, and syphilis. the progression of their disease was studied cancelling. the victims
were later dissected, while still alive the ah, lisa canter, russian state total narrative. i've studied as i phone and the most lansky with 55 with speaking with ben in the european union. the kremlin, ca, yep, machine. the state on russia for date and our t spoke neck, even our video agency, roughly all band on youtube and with
so no cable, no cable like stuff. this guy told us that, you know, we needed to know when that unit doctor's monitor the dissections waiting for samples. some needed a brain. oh art. others deliver me that how to bring a deadly sued the virus capable of destroying a human body in no time said shadow. you see fish, it's a good georgia country staff with issues there to look on those little or no, no, no, no,
no. i really just real hill, one thing that i can do, you know, it still knows i new guy on your cock, i watched l a. it's hard to know how many were killed by unit 731 alone estimates. very some say 3 to 5000 people. others put to figure out 10000 something. yeah, well then, yeah. now monday a couple years old. i give them all nonlinear ah, most the army, general staff and emperor here a hutto will well aware of the units, goals and methodology.
unit 731 was established in 1936 by the secret order of emperor. here he thought i saw the order with my own eyes when i served his hand of unit 73 ones general department tribunal transcript, major general cover she marquee, or she is interrogation. all good, all can mean, does she go? she say says so she's a little short then all outdoor use pencil. she's always stuck on you to our course . could. should i know momma here? why should we shall talk to you a major. okay. like, you know, weekday he own jan oak was whole shinji talking to say so laws near home won't i? law chose your needs in law. you cannot short then no, no,
no no, no one day starting or hate i. e. j. o walkerson in 10? no, no cook on nation. you walk us without they can't wait a little pause short then no, no, made it a general. yes. suji barbara decreed the north of central circus in the 3 oles policy which said kill all non all loops. ah. mass killings took place over the japanese occupied territories with
in just 6 weeks more than 300000 people were tortured and killed in none. king, japanese soldiers believed that they represented an exceptional nation and had a license to do anything in local talk on, in those who though law or i got, i was just going for picking out all of our coils on i don't that means look sense or to know what to let them. so i got out of the room. i admire the english nation when it comes to colonization. it has accomplished the impossible, said adult hitler with many historians claim that famine was a common event on the british rule in india, and that millions died of starvation. ah, also that in the mid 19th century, british business sold huge quantities of opium in china,
making considerable profit from the drug trade. ah, it also said that in congo half of the popular and died during belgium's colonization. ah mil jerry, hans, have alleged that a chain of gruesome murders took place while france governed the country could ever do. what does she thought the order of this stu? curse? very good, dora. so nanny, dudgin, i'll go to their scott, if you are sorry. yes, i disco. curos theory, most agony, i latoya, doyle is journey. you must, you know, the nother you and i discussed with scott bennett is a leading counter terrorism expert and a former
u. s. army analyst, you now investigates, crimes against humanity. ah, the american indians war, seen as a scourge as a social pariah, that needed to be expunged, expelled and exterminated from much of on the eastern seaboard poisoning blankets with smallpox. with this virus that caused the eruption of stores and death upon the american indians. blankets were distributed to indians at military installations under the guise of helping them ah one out of the thousands that unit 731 kill only 8
names have been preserved in history. 6 chinese and 2 russians. a red army, so jekyll, dom shanker, and maria. if inova with her 4 year old daughter when women and girls became too weak and no longer fit for further experiments, they will put into a special glass walled gas chamber where the doctors took meticulous notes. the daughter suffocated after 3 minutes. the mother of the 5 who abducted from a st. are with many russians, lived there because china's eastern railway had been built by russian engineers in 1898. ah.
many stay to avoid the revolution and civil war. for the city's gendarmerie, based at the railway station constantly received a new orders. they wanted men, women, or children of a particular age heightened esna city. when the unit needed new subjects, the japanese bellies snatched entire families from the streets. part of my job was escorting inmates from hub in to unit 7. 31. they were referred to as logs and used for experiments tribunal transcript. sergeant major could account who sat auto john damari special boundary chief ah, that has given us as bullet creeping,
nor the something of a credit of the scottish not new bye form of riley sim. somebody is a born in the gym, you mean amused? july shamiqua power, by the more now will it's more your gym conquer, go editing. i just got a little skewed all i served shows us bank, but it says something up while she was. let's danielle, though mike had said to provide you as a civilian puts us unless the pilot jacob tore order. it should ling, i'm a 5th generation for durable, se melissa registers. ah, women and children played a special role in unit 731 jack, seventies. women were raped and once they were pregnant, infected with sufferers, gonorrhea, and other diseases within cut open. so that was such as could extract the fetus to observe any changes. i
will not wish to know about the more or less than a i drive, neglect, got rid of a letter in the future. war with the soviet union might have been fought in extremely cold weather. that's why they needed to know how to treat frostbite. to find out they drove inmates out into the cold, doused their limbs with water, and kept them outside until severe frostbite sat in. mm . the next frost night doctor who sat a yoshi mora conducted experiments on women and children. he later said, detailed reports illustrated with drawings and photographs. martha, she on all hill wants me to get there,
select what am i this should not go can i cut quite the law law her home on the way on the hill home. so that before we thought that in there, now they're going my work with on there. so that i thought deval some victims were literally mummified alive. they were put into an extremely hot room with no water and kept there until they were completely designated. the bodies were weighed before and after 78 percent of the human body as water. as that experiment proved. with no similar castillo, though, they can read gazette about the loan of shannon gatzo. new. you're not getting a good new get luna thunder. although the ocean looked on the scene digital enough,
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