bacteriological warfare


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Synonyms for bacteriological warfare

the use of harmful bacteria as a weapon

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When he was sick, Huang Kecheng asked me to pass his opinion to the comrades at the Academy of Military Sciences who were editing an encyclopedia: "The American imperialists did not engage in bacteriological warfare in Korea.
For instance, there is no discussion of Japan's ruthless chemical and bacteriological warfare experiments conducted on Chinese civilians and Allied prisoners of war.
Since 1965, when I was trained by the British Army as an NBC (nuclear, bacteriological and chemical warfare) instructor, I have had an interest in bacteriological warfare.
The story continued, "This was interpreted as a threat of bacteriological warfare.
Who invented bacteriological warfare, nuclear arms, the "final solution" and so many other crimes against humanity?