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12020-01-10T15:01:54-05:00Michitake Asoc957806dd05559bbe07c540e9ab4cd46aae194d3352Japan WWII 4 translationplain2020-01-10T15:02:44-05:00Michitake Asoc957806dd05559bbe07c540e9ab4cd46aae194d3When Japan surrendered in 1945, they destroyed the workshops creating germ weapons in order to cover up their crimes, but the bubonic plague continued in the surrounding regions.
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1media/Japan WWII 4_thumb.png2020-01-10T11:50:41-05:00Michitake Asoc957806dd05559bbe07c540e9ab4cd46aae194d3Japan WWII 46Plague continues.media/Japan WWII 4.pngplain2021-08-26T18:47:09-04:00Northeast China and Korea1953?Nhan Dan Trieu Trung Chien Thang Chien Tranh Vi Trung. Published by Phong Phong Benh Cuc Quan Y. Held at the Vietnam National Library, Hanoi.Public domain.Michitake AsoMA-0039Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f