Whenever the Imperial Army conquered a country, certain groups of Japanese individuals, usually young immature men, would come and bring terror to the towns and farms they occupied. Entire families were bayoneted, raped, and killed en masse. It is estimated that over 10 million people were murdered in massacres across Asia by individuals of the Imperial Army.
In the Philippines, IJA soldiers entered in a hotel full of refuges and bayoneted infants of mothers pleading mercy and raped women seeking refuge. At least 20 individual soldiers raped a young girl before slicing her breasts off after which an Imperial soldier placed her mutilated breasts on his chest to mimic a woman while the other soldiers laughed. The Soldiers then doused the young girl and two other women who were raped to death in gasoline and set them all on fire. Continue Reading →