The declassified documents of the Archive of Russian Foreign Policy tells about the meanness being prepared by the Japanese military and scientists with a massive infection of people with the plague. The Japanese planned to infect people with a special cane, inside which there were plague fleas.
During World War II, Japan developed bacteriological weapons. The Soviet Union presented irrefutable evidence of this. It was about the creation by the Japanese of weapons of mass destruction.
As it turned out, Japan also prepared a little meanness for the Russians. Moreover, in the literal sense, small, but if the Japanese saboteurs succeeded, it would have turned into a huge tragedy for our country and a massive infection of people with the plague. As a result, a massive pestilence would begin in the country.
The fact that Japanese scientists were sophisticated in creating bacteriological weapons is stated in the declassified documents of the Archive of Russian Foreign Policy. Among them there is also a memo addressed to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR Andrei Vyshinsky. It was sent back at the beginning of January 1950 by the head of the second Far Eastern department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Yevgeny Zabrodin.
The note mentioned a list of 48 names – war criminals, including the Emperor of Japan Hirohito, who were caught in the development and use of bacteriological weapons. The name of the engineer Tanaka, who was the designer of the “special cane with fleas”, was also mentioned there.
One such cane, stuffed with plague fleas, could become a formidable weapon of mass destruction.
The idea to use such fleas, according to RIA Novosti, belonged to the ideologist and organizer of the Japanese bacteriological weapons program Shiro Ishii.
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