Report: U.S. Dropped Plague-infected Fleas on North Korea in March 1952

Image from International Scientific Commission (“Needham”) Report, pg. 317 (p. 354 of linked PDF)

There is a great deal of misunderstanding between the people of the United States and North Korea. This is largely due to the lack of information the average U.S. citizen has about the suffering endured by Koreans during the Korean War, including war crimes committed by U.S. forces.




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