troops and studied transporting germ warfare
personnel and their equipment to Japan, they said.
It is the first time for a court to acknowledge that the Imperial Japanese Army waged germ warfare
, carried out by the Unit 731, in China in the period before and during World War II.
In the first place, not only is germ warfare
not new, it has become less of a threat with advances in medical technology.
WHEN WE SIGN A TREATY, WE'LL LIVE BY IT, WHETHER WE CARE ABOUT SAVING THE WORLD FROM GLOBAL WARMING AND GERM WARFARE
Yesterday America's under secretary of state for arms control, John Bolton, told a conference in Geneva the existence of a germ warfare
programme in Iraq was "beyond dispute".
I see that some of our press are now sensationalising the prospect that we must all prepare for possible germ warfare
On July 25, the United States rejected efforts to institute new global guidelines against germ warfare
I hope that modified virus never escapes the laboratory, and I hope the germ warfare
laboratories and terrorists of the world don't read NATURE MEDICINE or SCIENCE NEWS.
But her uncompromising brief against government, scientific, and medical officials who ran the radiation programs echoes earlier criticisms by others of Tuskegee, the CIA, and the Army germ warfare
Endicott that the United States had resorted to germ warfare
in pursuing the war in Korea under the banner of the United Nations.
FOR YEARS, THE OLD SOVIET UNION BUILT A SECRET PROGRAM FOR GERM WARFARE
Paula Braitstein, "Deconstructing History: An Interdisciplinary Examination of the Use of Germ Warfare
in North American Encounter History," MA, Simon Fraser University, 1998.