The Tragic Aftermath of Mustard Gas Experiments in World War II

During World War II, the U.S. military conducted secret chemical weapons experiments on approximately 4,000 American soldiers. Though the program was declassified in 1993, an ongoing investigation by NPR’s Caitlin Dickerson has revealed that the Department of Veteran Affairs only located and offered compensation to 610 victims.

That’s WW2, not -1, and the victims were American soldiers. If that surprises you then you still don’t get it.
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