Although there were hundreds of like cases the largest and best documented case is Nanking.
The Rape of Nanking was ordered by Emperor Hirohito and by the time the Japanese had finished raping, looting, murdering and torturing over 250,000 Chinese had been killed.
The Japs entered Nanking after a long siege of shelling and mortars. As they swept through the city they first rounded up any man of fighting age, usually down to 10 years of age. They took these men and boys outside the city walls and shot, bayoneted and tortured them to death. This included burying them alive, burning them alive and other acts of barbarity.
Between 1946–51, some 5,600 Japanese personnel were prosecuted in more than 2,200 trials outside Japan. The judges presiding came from the United States, China, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Netherlands, France, the Soviet Union, New Zealand, India and the Philippines. Additionally, the Chinese Communists also held a number of trials for Japanese personnel. More than 4,400 Japanese personnel were convicted and about 1,000 were sentenced to death. The largest single trial was that of 93 Japanese personnel charged with the summary execution of more than 300 Allied POWs, in the Laha massacre (1942). The most prominent ethnic Korean convicted was Lieutenant General Hong Sa Ik, who orchestrated the organization of prisoner of war camps in south east Asia. In 2006, the South Korean government "pardoned" 83 of the 148 convicted Korean war criminals.
The Japanese had a elite Chemical/Biological/Medical section called Unit 731 that conducted human experiments including repeated freezing and amputation of limbs, operations on living men, women and children without anesthesia and exposure to germ and biological agents to study the effects. Even the War crimes of the Nazi's pale when compared to the atrocities committed by the Japanese against the people of China, Taiwan, Laos, Philippines and other areas.
Unit 731 was the headquarters of many subsidiary units used by the Japanese to research biological warfare; other units included Unit 516 (Qiqihar), Unit 543 (Hailar), Unit 773 (Songo unit), Unit 100 (Changchun), Unit Ei 1644 (Nanjing), Unit 1855 (Beijing), Unit 8604 (Guangzhou), Unit 200 (Manchuria) and Unit 9420 (Singapore).
Japan does not stand alone in their guilt for these deaths. The Western World looked aside during these horrible atrocities and when the World War engineered by the Illuminati came to an end they gathered up the key scientists of Unit 731 and it's counterparts and gave them immunity from prosecution. While thousands of Officers and Enlisted Japanese were tried, convicted and hanged or imprisoned the scientists that actually committed the most heinous of crimes were free to not only be free, but return to the work they had started, only this time working for the Skulls CIA to perfect the methods of human extermination they had used in China. Publicly the research from Nazi Scientific experiments was forbidden to be utilized by the scientific community, but the research of the Japs was imported, just like the Nazi rocket program was imported to become NASA with Von Braun as director so was the High Command of the Jap Torture and Death Units brought to work for the CIA.
Assorted crimes committed by these Units.
- Prisoners of war were subjected to vivisection without anesthesia.
- Vivisections were performed on prisoners after infecting them with various diseases. Scientists performed invasive surgery on prisoners, removing organs to study the effects of disease on the human body. These were conducted while the patients were alive because it was feared that the decomposition process would affect the results. The infected and vivisected prisoners included men, women, children, and infants.
- Vivisections were also performed on pregnant women, sometimes impregnated by doctors, and the fetus removed.
- Prisoners had limbs amputated in order to study blood loss.
- Those limbs that were removed were sometimes re-attached to the opposite sides of the body.
- Some prisoners' limbs were frozen and amputated, while others had limbs frozen then thawed to study the effects of the resultant untreated gangrene and rotting. some were exposed outdoors and others were frozen using liquid nitrogen.
- Some prisoners had their stomachs surgically removed and the esophagus reattached to the intestines.
- Parts of the brain, lungs, liver, etc. were removed from some prisoners.
Two Japanese officers, Toshiaki Mukai and Tsuyoshi Noda competing to see who could kill (with a sword) one hundred people first. The bold headline reads, "'Incredible Record' (in the Contest To Cut Down 100 People—Mukai 106 – 105 Noda—Both 2nd Lieutenants Go Into Extra Innings".
Pregnant women were rounded up and slaughtered as were groups of infants and children. None were spared the horrors of rape and torture and many were butchered and eaten by the Japanese soldiers. The rapes were sactioned and encouraged by the Officers and every street in the City had bodies on it during the first weeks. Thousands were lined up along the river and machine gunned and thousands more were forced to dig trenches then lined up and either shot or used as bayonet practice targets or forced to kneel and were beheaded by Japanese swords. Two Japanese had a bet on how many Chinese they could behead in one day, between them they counted over 200.
"It may be pointless to try to establish which World War Two Axis aggressor, Germany or Japan, was the more brutal to the peoples it victimised. The Germans killed six million Jews and 20 million Russians; the Japanese slaughtered as many as 30 million Filipinos, Malays, Vietnamese, Cambodians, Indonesians and Burmese, at least 23 million of them ethnic Chinese. Both nations looted the countries they conquered on a monumental scale, though Japan plundered more, over a longer period, than the Nazis. Both conquerors enslaved millions and exploited them as forced labourers — and, in the case of the Japanese, as [forced] prostitutes for front-line troops. If you were a Nazi prisoner of war from Britain, America, Australia, New Zealand or Canada (but not Russia) you faced a 4% chance of not surviving the war; [by comparison] the death rate for Allied POWs held by the Japanese was nearly 30%."
Johnson, Looting of Asia