Shimadzu Japs and Pearl Harbor

jay ayotte2000 at home.net
Sat Jun 2 12:23:43 EST 2001


and the proper spelling is japanese not jap, unless your a racist.
"shitmadzu" <shitmadzu at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:42d221a2.0105260842.7b28f3a6 at posting.google.com...
> ....the is worth repeating with the release of the movie "Pearl
> Harbor" this Memorial Day weekend
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> Shimadzu Japs and Pearl Harbor
> Newsgroups: soc.culture.japan
> Date: 2000-12-23 13:03:06 PST
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> Did Shimadzu Japs aid attack on Pearl Harbor???
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> Shimadzu and World War II
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> The following email was received by us on June 23, 1997:
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> To: shimadzu-sux at bigfoot.com
> From: identity withheld
> Subject: Shimadzu activity during WW II
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> Shimadzu claims to be an old company.... did they make instruments for
> the Nazi's or were their instruments involved with American troop
> experiments the Japanese conducted? Any history info for WW II?
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> n.b. In reviewing the historical highlights of Shimadzu, there is a
> gapping void in the company timeline from 1936 (when aircraft
> equipment manufacturing started at Shimadzu) to 1947 according to
> published corporate archives. One has to wonder what was going on in
> Japan at Shimadzu during this bellicose period of 11 years? Did any of
> Shimadzu's aircraft equipment or technology find its way into Japanese
> aircraft or aircraft carriers which were used to wage a surprise
> attack on the United States at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941?
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> n.b. Unfortunately, we are unaware of Shimadzu's brazen activities
> during World War II but we would enthusiastically welcome any useful
> and accurate contributions! Shouldn't customers from all over the
> world be made aware of any unscrupulous activities involving Shimadzu
> and the Axis powers during World War II.... particularly if they
> willfully and deliberately alienated a race, religion, ethnic
> background or nation of citizens!
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> For more about SHIT-madzu:
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> http://shimadzu.is-crazy.com
> http://shimadzu.home-page.org
> http://shimadzu-sux.iscool.net
> http://shimadzu.wxs.org





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