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*  Biological warfare - Wikipedia
... the Japanese Army Air Force bombed Ningbo with ceramic bombs full of fleas carrying the bubonic plague.[31] Many of these ... Entomological warfare[edit]. Main article: Entomological warfare. Entomological warfare (EW) is a type of biological warfare ... This type of warfare is distinct from nuclear warfare and chemical warfare, which together with biological warfare make up NBC ... Biological warfare (BW)-also known as germ warfare-is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_warfare
*  Operation Cherry Blossoms at Night - Wikipedia
Tom Mangold, Jeff Goldberg, "Plague Wars: The Terrifying Reality of Biological Warfare, page 24-25, 0-3122-6379-1 Geoghegan, ... and perhaps as many as 400,000 Chinese died of bubonic plague, cholera, anthrax and other diseases" from the use of biological ... Operation Cherry Blossoms at Night was a 1945 plan developed by Shirō Ishii to wage biological warfare upon civilian population ... During the Second Sino-Japanese War and later World War II, the Japanese had encased bubonic plague, cholera, smallpox, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Cherry_Blossoms_at_Night
*  Long grim story of bio-war
Plagued by weapons. Biological weapons may seem a modern phenomenon, but they have a long, ugly history. We extracted some " ... Thus the second outbreak of "black death" in Europe may be partly blamed on biological warfare.. 1763: During the French and ... 14th century: During an attack on Kaffa (now Feodossia, Ukraine), Tatar armies catapult comrades who died of bubonic plague ... 25, 1998, a PrimeTime Live report on NBC news interviews a former Soviet biological warfare official who defected in 1992. Ken ...
  https://whyfiles.org/059bio_war/history.html
*  Medical: January 2012
He later goes on to establish the U.S. Army Biological Warfare facilities in Maryland, Utah, and Panama, and is named to the U. ... The Tartars had the idea of infecting the enemy by catapulting bodies infected with bubonic plague over the walls of the city ... The above work was researched from the following resources. History of Biological Warfare * References ... 1918 The modern history of Biological Warfare (BW) starts in 1918 with the Japanese formation of a special section of the Army ...
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*  Kaimingjie germ weapon attack - Wikipedia
Bubonic plague was the area of greatest interest to the doctors of the units mentioned above. Six different plague attacks were ... The Kaimingjie germ weapon attack was a Japanese biological warfare bacterial germ strike against Kaimingjie, an area of the ... Using airdropped wheat, corn, scraps of cotton cloth and sand infested with plague infected fleas, an outbreak was started that ... A later attack in 1942 on the same area by the two units led to the development of their final delivery system: airdropped ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaimingjie_germ_weapon_attack
*  Timeline - Anthrax
... typhus and bubonic plague) killed an estimated 270,000 people. Biological warfare activities of Unit 731 were unknown to most ... Ford had met with scientists from South Africa's Project Coast in the 1980s to discuss chemical and biological warfare under ... More than 400 villagers died of bubonic plague in China s eastern Zhejiang province after Japanese warplanes of medical Unit ... anthrax and bubonic plague to a South African military doctor during a meeting at the house of the South African trade attache ...
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*  Shirō Ishii - Wikipedia
The Plague Makers: The Secret World of Biological Warfare, Frog Ltd, 1999. ISBN 978-1-883319-85-4 ISBN 978-0-7567-5698-7 ISBN ... Some historians estimate that tens of thousands died as a result of the bio-weapons (including bubonic plague, cholera, anthrax ... In his travels, he did extensive research on the effects of biological warfare and chemical warfare developments from World War ... This was at the same time that North Korea was alleging the US had used biological warfare in the Korean War. Another source ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shir%C5%8D_Ishii
*  Japanese Use of Plague during World War II - Contagions
My primary interest is in Japanese research and use of plague in their biological warfare program. Since this blog is, in part ... Rats began to die in droves two weeks later and over the next two months, 392 out of 1200 residents died of bubonic plague. (p ... and that there was a major plague epidemic at that time. (p. 98) With both sides attempting biological warfare and with the ... Shiro Ishii (1892-1959) of Unit 731, the biological warfare unit of Imperial Japan.. Lt. Gen. Shiro Ishii was the primary ...
  https://contagions.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/japanese-use-of-plague-during-world-war-ii/amp/
*  History of biological warfare - Wikipedia
During the Middle Ages, victims of the bubonic plague were used for biological attacks, often by flinging fomites such as ... "Biological Warfare", EMedicineHealth Barras, V.; Greub, G. (June 2014). "History of biological warfare and bioterrorism" (PDF ... The last known incident of using plague corpses for biological warfare occurred in 1710, when Russian forces attacked the ... Mangold, Tom; Goldberg, Jeff (1999), Plague Wars: a true story of biological warfare, Macmillan, London, ISBN 0-333-71614-0 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_biological_warfare
*  Shirō Ishii - Wikipedia
The Plague Makers: The Secret World of Biological Warfare, Frog Ltd, 1999. ISBN 978-1-883319-85-4 ISBN 978-0-7567-5698-7 ISBN ... Some historians estimate that tens of thousands died as a result of the bio-weapons (including bubonic plague, cholera, anthrax ... Biological warfare project[edit]. In 1932, he began his preliminary experiments in biological warfare as a secret project for ... In his travels, he did extensive research on the effects of biological warfare and chemical warfare developments from World War ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiro_Ishii
*  Smallpox: Historical Review of a Potential Bioterrorist Tool - Journal of Young Investigators
The U.S. Army never mass-produced variola or bubonic plague for germ warfare. Its combined peak production of other biowarfare ... On November 25, 1969, then-President Nixon ended America's biological warfare program because he felt the human race already ... obtained from an American or Soviet lab working on biological warfare. Financial support for Russian laboratories has declined ... including bubonic plague and anthrax) of 10,000 metric tons. ... U.S. germ warfare projects began more than 10 years after the ...
  https://www.jyi.org/2005-september/2005/9/7/smallpox-historical-review-of-a-potential-bioterrorist-tool
*  Globe Encyclopedia ...!!: 2009
14th century: During an attack on Kaffa (now Feodossia, Ukraine), Tatar armies catapult comrades who died of bubonic plague ... 25, 1998: a PrimeTime Live report on NBC news interviews a former Soviet biological warfare official who defected in 1992. Ken ... biological weapons project in occupied China. Prisoners are deliberately infected with several biological agents, and at least ... Biological weapons >> Saturday, December 5, 2009. #fullpost{display:none;}. Biological weapons may seem a modern phenomenon, ...
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*  Giant Rat of Sumatra - Wikipedia
... as part of a biological warfare plot against London, England using the bubonic plague; the Matilda Briggs is the ship that ... infected with bubonic plague, to be transported to England on board the Matilda Briggs. This episode is apparently lost, but is ... uncover a plot to destroy London with plague-bearing rats, the Giant Rat being a living plague vector. All-Consuming Fire is a ... resulted from the rape of tree monkeys by plague rats on Skull Island. The Giant Rat of Sumatra: or Pirates Galore is a 2005 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_Rat_of_Sumatra
*  Japanese war crimes - Wikipedia
Chinese died of bubonic plague, cholera, anthrax and other diseases", resulting from the use of biological warfare. Top ... The Plague Makers: The Secret World of Biological Warfare, Frog Ltd, 1999. ISBN 1-883319-85-4 ISBN 0-7567-5698-7 ISBN 0-8264- ... During the final months of World War II, Japan had planned to use plague as a biological weapon against U.S. civilians in San ... "Unit 731 and the Japanese Imperial Army's Biological Warfare Program". Japan Focus. "Q8: What is the view of the Government of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_war_crimes
*  Second Sino-Japanese War - Wikipedia
For example, in 1940, the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force bombed Ningbo with fleas carrying the bubonic plague. During the ... The date to the right of a battle's name shows when it began, except in the case of 1942's Battle of Changsha, which began in ... "Washington Treaty in Relation to the Use of Submarines and Noxious Gases in Warfare - World War I Document Archive". Wwi.lib. ... 2004). The Implementation of Legally Binding Measures to Strengthen the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention: Proceedings of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Sino-Japanese_War
*  Ebola - Biological Weapon? | Part 1 | John S. Torell
... biological warfare agents of different contagious diseases like the bubonic plague, cholera, and anthrax. To test the delivery ... The tempo of increased biological warfare continued in the Soviet Union and a biological weapons factory of smallpox was built ... agents and American biological warfare experts upon his arrival in the U.S. He revealed just how massive the Soviet biological ... BIOLOGICAL WARFARE The evil mindset of using disease as a weapon has existed for centuries. Because technology was in a ...
  http://www.eaec.org/newsletters/2015/vol-17-1/ebola1.htm
*  Chapter 23
... with bubonic plague, and secondary pneumonic plague occurs in 9%.46 If Y pestis were used as a biological warfare agent, the ... Bubonic Plague. Septicemic Plague. Pneumonic Plague. Plague Meningitis. Pharyngeal Plague. Cutaneous Manifestations ... Plague as a Biological Warfare Agent. The first attempt at what we now call biological warfare is purported to have occurred at ... Septicemic plague can sometimes ensue from untreated bubonic plague or, de novo, after a flea bite. Patients with the bubonic ...
  http://sc-ems.com/ems/NuclearBiologicalChemical/MedicalAspectsofNBC/chapters/chapter_23.htm
*  nativism facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about nativism
... and in 1900 the Chinese in San Francisco took the blame for an outbreak of bubonic plague. By 1907, in addition to anarchists, ... German submarine warfare and propaganda played into the hands of these grassroots patriots, whose distrust of immigrants was ... Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover agreed, suggesting "biological and cultural grounds why there should be no mixture of ... This gathering coincided with Germany's announcement of submarine warfare against Britain and with German attempts to bomb ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/social-sciences-and-law/anthropology-and-archaeology/anthropology-terms-and-concepts/nativism
*  The Black Death: End of a Paradigm | Samuel K. Cohn, Jr. | Academic Room
The passage does not fit the bubonic/pneumonic paradigm, nor does it resolve the problem of the rapid spread of bubonic plague ... HIV/AIDS AND THE THREAT OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE have refueled interest in the Black Death among professional historians, ... But was the late medieval summer consistency of plague indicative of modern bubonic plague? Historians have failed to point out ... to man.' 64 See Shrewsbury, History of Bubonic Plague. 65 See Ole Jergen Benedictow, Plague in the Late Medieval Nordic ...
  http://www.academicroom.com/article/black-death-end-paradigm
*  Iran-United States relations - Wikipedia
... including poisonous chemicals and deadly biological viruses, such as anthrax and bubonic plague.[76] The Iran-Iraq War ended ... Lustig, the air-warfare coordinator, received the Navy Commendation Medal, often given for acts of heroism or meritorious ... Iran claimed the drone was not only flying in sovereign airspace, but was commandeered by its cyber warfare unit and safely ... From 1942 US troops were involved in the operation of this Persian Corridor one of the routes through which the US delivered ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/US-Iran_relations
*  Health bulletin :: State Publications
Biological warfare can be effective against crops, domestic animals, hu-mans and water and food facilities. It is an agent that ... unprepared and thoroughly frightened and demoralized reread the description of bubonic plague in London appearing in the ... Biological warfare can be effective against crops, domestic animals, hu-mans and water and food facilities. It is an agent that ... Such warfare has been outlawed by civilization, but you must note that we have continued to support a chemical warfare ...
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*  Operation Paperclip: Nazi science goes West -- Secret History -- Sott.net
The US government's research into biological warfare is admirably profiled in Jeanne McDermott's book, The Killing Winds. The ... including the deliberate infecting of hundreds of prisoners from the Polish underground with TB and bubonic plague. But ... role in developing and deploying chemical warfare agents remains Seymour Hersh's book Chemical and Biological Warfare from the ... 9/11 Animals Comets Comets and Catastrophe Series Drought Earthquakes Extreme Temperatures Fireballs Floods JFK Series Plagues ...
  https://www.sott.net/article/370632-Operation-Paperclip-Nazi-science-goes-West
*  Renaissance - Wikipedia
... lost 1.4 million people to the bubonic plague. Florence's population was nearly halved in the year 1347. As a result of the ... 1994). 648 pp.; a magistral survey, heavily illustrated; excerpt and text search Hall, Bert S. Weapons and Warfare in ... the Northern Renaissance showed a decisive shift in focus from Aristotelean natural philosophy to chemistry and the biological ... The plague was carried by fleas on sailing vessels returning from the ports of Asia, spreading quickly due to lack of proper ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaissance
*  Anthrax - Everything2.com
The use of Biological Warfare has been documented as early as 1346, at Kaffa the bodies of plague infested Tartars were thrown ... Similar bacteria such as smallpox and bubonic plague are just as deadly but are harder to isolate. The only known stockpiles of ... A History of Biological Warfare. Before we get into the various aspects of Biological warfare it is important to understand ... The threat of biological warfare is no longer a far-fetched fantasy, it is a reality. What is Anthrax? Bacillus anthracis is a ...
  https://everything2.com/title/Anthrax
*  Antibiotic screening of plants used to treat infectious diseases in Kenya - UBC Library Open Collections
Bubonic plague (Taita) (Watt and Breyer - Brandwijk, 1962). Stomachache with diarrhea (Mutta, 1988). Stomacha aches, kidney ... 1.3 Biological Diversity The second part of this study is devoted to adding biological value to the plants through laboratory ... The intricate and complex warfare among organisms is reflected by the many strategies used to achieve predominance in an ... Ill C H A P T E R SIX CONCLUSION From the bioassay results I can conclude that there is a biological relationship between the ...
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