Postwar Scientific Intelligence Missions to Japan

  title={Postwar Scientific Intelligence Missions to Japan},
  author={Roderick Weir Home and Morris F. Low},
  pages={527 - 537}
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The price of alliance: Anglo-American intelligence cooperation and Imperial Japan’s criminal biological warfare programme, 1944–1947
ABSTRACT From 1932 to 1945, Imperial Japan secretly developed the largest state biological warfare (BW) programme of its time, which was unique in its use of biological weapons in warfare and in itsExpand
One hundred years of chemical warfare : research, deployment, consequences
In the course of the First World War, scientists who would in peacetime generate new knowledge assumed the role of experts, i.e., professionals who made extant knowledge accessible to non-scientistExpand
The 1925 Geneva Protocol: China’s CBW Charges Against Japan at the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal
The 1925 Geneva Protocol, which bans the wartime use of chemical and also biological weapons, was an emphatic reaction to the use of chemical weapons in World War I, but legal institutions that wouldExpand
A Complete Bibliography of Publications in Isis, 1960{1969
Aborigenes [78]. according [155]. Action [39, 72]. actuelle [87]. actuelles [107, 84]. Acvaghosa [8]. Aegypten [30]. Aether [126]. Agnes [42]. al [11]. Albert [45]. alcune [51]. Algerien [30]. allaExpand
German flooding of the Pontine Marshes in World War II
It is argued that archival documents fail to support the German army's 1943 flooding of the Pontine Marshes as a violation of the 1925 Geneva Protocol, which was banned by the 1899 and 1907 Hague Conventions and by subsequent treaties. Expand
The Tyranny of Experts: Analytic Misperception and the Rise of State-Run Biological Weapons Programs A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at George Mason University
THE TYRANNY OF EXPERTS – ANALYTIC MISPERCEPTION AND THE RISE OF STATE-RUN BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS PROGRAMS Brian D. Nordmann, PhD George Mason University, 2008 Dissertation Director: Christopher J. DavisExpand
Statesman of Science
Accelerators and politics in postwar Japan
ABSTRACT The destruction of Japan9s cyclotrons by Occupation Forces after the Pacific War resulted in a major setback for experimental physics in that country. Key figures such as Yoshio Nishina,Expand