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Unit 731: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Starting with ________ production in 1928, the factory moved on to such poisons as Lewisite, and Cyanogen.
ChlorineSulfur mustardSarinPhosgene

Question 2: [3] The remaining 5 percent were South East Asians and Pacific Islanders, at the time colonies of the ________, and a small number of the prisoners of war from the Allies of World War II.
Shōwa periodImperial Japanese NavyImperial Japanese ArmyEmpire of Japan

Question 3: It had around 4,500 containers to be used to raise ________, 6 cauldrons to produce various chemicals, and around 1,800 containers to produce biological agents.
InsectArthropodFleaMosquito

Question 4: ________ were extensively studied at this facility.
CholeraPandemicColonialismBiological warfare

Question 5: Some prisoners had their ________ surgically removed and the esophagus reattached to the intestines.
Colon (anatomy)Vermiform appendixSmall intestineStomach

Question 6: Vivisections were also performed on pregnant women, sometimes impregnated by doctors, and the ________ removed.
Umbilical veinPrenatal developmentEmbryologyFetus

Question 7: There were two main sub units: the "Kono Unit," which specialized in ________, and "Umeoka Unit," which dealt with the plague.
AIDSBabesiosisMalariaPlasmodium falciparum

Question 8: [21] This research led to the development of the defoliation bacilli bomb and the flea bomb used to spread the ________.
CholeraBrucellosisPlague (disease)Bubonic plague

Question 9: With the Russian invasion of Manchukuo and ________ in August 1945, the unit had to abandon their work in haste.
Wang Jingwei regimeMengjiangAxis powersEast Hebei Autonomous Council

Question 10: American Thrash Metal band ________ released a song on their 2009 album World Painted Blood by the name of Unit 731.
SlayerChrist IllusionHeavy metal musicDave Lombardo
















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