After their bomber crashed in Japan in 1945, eight American Airmen were taken to Kyushu University Medical School and dissected alive.

Bob Bruner was a teen when he learned the word “vivisection.” Now a Japanese museum is shedding light on the monstrous wartime experiments on his grandfather and seven other U.S. POWs. Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast From Japan comes word of a university medical museum with a new exhibit detailing vivisections conducted at the …

After their bomber crashed in Japan in 1945, eight American Airmen were taken to Kyushu University Medical School and dissected alive. Read More »