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UPDATED: 08:48, July 18, 2005
Canadian teachers seek evidence of Japanese germ warfare in China
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Members of Canadian high school history teachers' delegation lay wreaths and mourn for victims died in plague spot spread by Japanese invaders in Yiwu City of east China's Zhejiang Province, July 15, 2005. The 29-member delegation sought evidence to prove Japan's use of germ warfare in China during World War II in Yiwu and Jinhua cities of Zhejiang from Friday to Saturday. The videoed historical fact of Japan's germ warfare will be filed as teaching reference film for Canada's school history course.

Liu MingZhan (1st L), doctor of Canadian high school history Teachers' delegation, examines the wound on the leg of villager Wang Juhua, who has suffered from anthrax spread by Japanese invaders at Xiayi Village in east China's Zhejiang Province, July 16, 2005.

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