New evidence reveals Japan's war crimes

Added On July 16, 2015

The former headquarters of Japanese army unit 731 in China's northeastern city of Harbin is now the Museum of Evidence of War Crimes by Japanese Army Unit 731.

The museum staff say they have collected thousands of war relics since last year, further exposing Japan's wartime crimes.
Unit 731 was a top-secret biological and chemical warfare research base established in Harbin in 1935 as the center of Japan's biological warfare in China and Southeast Asia during WWII.
The retreating Japanese invaders blew up the base when the Soviet Union took Harbin in 1945.