Factories of Death is about Japan's secret biological and chemical experiments on live human beings and United States complicity in covering up the truth. Sheldon Harris has done us all a service by painstakingly uncovering the facts behind one of mankind's biggest yet least known crimes.James Bradley, author, Flags of Our Fathers
This book brings sound scholarship and strong moral conviction, tempered by carefully nuanced argument, to bear on a subject of continuing international concern. It deserves a readership far beyond the circle of Second World War specialists.The International History Review
The book's two parts, Japanese Factories of Death and American Cover-Up, are meticulously researched with the results presented in an outraged tone.Military Review, September-October 2004
About the Author
Sheldon H. Harris
is Professor Emeritus of History at California State University, Northridge. He began his research on Japanese biological experiments in Manchuria in 1984.