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Victim of Japanese Monsters Kim Bok-dong, Wartime Sex Slave Who Sought Reparations for Koreans, Dies at 92

 
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Victim of Japanese Monsters Kim Bok-dong, Wartime Sex Slave Who Sought Reparations for Koreans, Dies at 92
"SEOUL, South Korea — Kim Bok-dong, a former sex slave for the Japanese military during World War II whose tireless campaigning helped bring international attention to the suffering that thousands of women like her endured, died on Monday in Seoul. She was 92.

Ms. Kim had cancer. Yoon Mi-hyang, president of the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance, an advocacy group for the South Korean women who were forced to work in Japanese brothels, announced her death, at Severance Hospital, on Tuesday.

Since the early 1990s, Ms. Kim had been a prominent representative of the former sex slaves, who were known euphemistically as comfort women. She was one of the first to break decades of silence and talk about what had been done to her, and she traveled around the world to testify about it, including at the United Nations."

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Re: Victim of Japanese Monsters Kim Bok-dong, Wartime Sex Slave Who Sought Reparations for Koreans, Dies at 92
Inside Unit 731, World War II Japan’s Sickening Human Experiments Program

"...And out of all the outrages that Imperial Japan unleashed upon the Chinese people during this brutal occupation — and there were indeed some stunning crimes committed, even by World War II standards — probably none was as gratuitously hateful as the operations of Unit 731, the Japanese biological warfare unit that somehow plumbed new depths in what was already a nearly genocidal war.

Despite innocent beginnings as a research and public health agency, Unit 731 eventually grew into an assembly line for weaponized diseases that, if fully deployed, could have killed everyone on Earth several times over. All this “progress” was, of course, built on the limitless suffering of human prisoners, who were held as test subjects and walking disease incubators until Unit 731 disbanded at the end of the war.

In a long list of atrocities, these six programs, in particular, stand out in the bloody history of Unit 731:

Unit 731 Experiments: Frostbite Testing...

Vivisection Of Conscious Prisoners...

Weapons Tests...

Syphilis Experiments...

Rape And Forced Pregnancy...

Germ Warfare...

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