A Plague Upon Humanity : The Secret Genocide of Axis Japan's Warfare Operation
Daniel Barenblatt reveals the true story of work carried out in China between 1935 & 1945 by unit 731 of the Japanese army, which was tasked to develop a germ warfare capability. Led by Dr Shiro Ishii, the unit experimented on half a million human subjects. The doctors involved were never prosecuted.
- Paperback | 232 pages
- 150 x 230 x 20mm | 445g
- 06 Apr 2006
- Profile Books Ltd
- Souvenir Press Ltd
- United Kingdom
"Delivers gripping testimony and long-needed justice to one of the great untold evils of World War II."--Craig Nelson, author of The First Heroes
About Daniel Barenblatt
Daniel Barenblatt holds degrees from Harvard University and the University of California. He has written about Japanese germ warfare for 'The Washington Post'.