China held a photo exhibition of chemical weapons left behind by the Imperial Japanese Army during its invasion of the country over 80 years ago. The show, which took place in the northeastern city of Changchun, collects more than 1,000 photos that recorded the harm done by and the disposal of these weapons. The country has found more than 400,000 chemical weapons left by Japanese invaders, but only one tenth of them have been neutralized. The exhibition says the Japanese Army has caused over 200,000 casualties in China with the chemical weapons.
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