Army waged a bacteriological warfare in secret in the north half of Korea and Northeast China regardless of the public international law in an attempt to weaken the effective force of the volunteers and the people's army,'' the exhibit states in its written English-language introduction.
What does BW stand for?
BW stands for Bacteriological Warfare
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 36 other meanings of BW in our Acronym Attic
- Burgenländischen Volkszeitung (Austrian newspaper)
- Buon Vecchio Zio Marty (Italian: Good Ol' Uncle Marty; comic book character)
- British Veterinary Zoological Society (UK)
- Berner Verein Zuercher Unterland (German; Swiss organization)
- Adaptive Baum-Welch (algorithm)
- B-Wing (Star Wars)
- Babcock and Wilcox Company (Lynchburg, VA)
- Back of Walk (surveying)
- Backed With (recording industry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The unit had orders to secure all enemy research with regard to military applications; however, due to its size and composition, investigations were, more or less, restricted to WMD-related fields such as bacteriological warfare, guided missiles, and chemical research.
In one amazing section, he accuses UN forces of using bacteriological warfare in the form of "three different kinds of insects.
Who invented bacteriological warfare, nuclear arms, the "final solution" and so many other crimes against humanity?
Christian and Rosemary D Camp, compliments Doopeyduk on his promise as a Nazarene apprentice and declares that Doopeyduk has an opportunity to become the "'first bacteriological warfare expert of the colored race'"(4).
They emphasize two areas: indiscriminate "atrocity" stories and the bacteriological warfare issue.
The archive head Liu Fenglou said the papers reveal ''invasion of northeastern China and sinful, cruel bacteriological warfare by Japanese imperialism.