...chemical warfare agents were tried on political prisoners in most inhuman ways without any consideration whatsoever." It was also noted in this report that a Professor Klimoshinski used human beings as experimental subjects in 1941 in Ulan Bator and other sections of Mongolia, using anthrax, pest and glanders.
In most cases, the experimental subjects were Soviet prisoners and in some cases Japanese war prisoners. In the summer of 1941 the escape of one of the experimental subjects started a Bubonic plague epidemic among the Mongols.
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