So to speak, from John Dower's book Embracing Defeat, about the American occupation of Japan after WWII: The caption reads, "A Japanese nurse is sentenced to imprisonment at a trial of accused "B/C" war criminals convened in Yokohama. She was found guilty of having participated in eating the liver of [a prisoner of war] executed at Kyushu University, where vivisections were performed on POWs."
Questions and reflections: Participated? Was it like a tea ceremony, or did people just gather around saying things like, "Hey, give me a hunk" and "Don't hog it, horrid nurse-person"?
If she was a "B/C" war criminal, can you imagine what the "A" war criminals were like? (Very, very bad.)
This sort of thing will become only more common under Obamacare.
Kyushu University, the Harvard of the Japanese Empire.
"Hey, who brought the Chianti?"
Update: No idea why the pics from this and the preceding post keep disappearing. I've replaced each about four times apiece, but I quit.
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