[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lu7GMMIfvoo]The Horror of UNIT 731 pt.1 - YouTube[/ame] A confidential report exposing wartime atrocities by the notorious Japanese military Unit 731 has been found. The report reveals for the first time, that more than 26-thousand innocent people were intentionally infected with bubonic plague during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Written by a Japanese army surgeon during the 1940s, the report vividly exposes brutal germ experiments undertaken by the unit on civilians and war prisoners, most of whom were Chinese or Korean. A civic group in Japan named "Revealing the Truth About Unit 731" says it found the document at a national library in Kyoto. The classified report also reveals that, from 1940 to 1942, Unit 731 had sprayed plague-infected fleas into the air and onto land near its base, which was located in northern China. Thousands of innocent residents living near the area are assumed to have been affected by the chemical experiment. The Japanese government has always denied that Unit 731 carried out inhumane germ experiments on war prisoners and civilians. But with these latest revelations, eyes are now on the Japanese government's reaction to the document.