I got a better answer.I'm Singaporean and learning History in school and currently learning about this.There are a lot of torture ways,I'll list them out for you,I don't know everything but I'll list what I know =)
1) Stuffed a hose into a person's mouth then filled the person's stomach with water till it's bloated then jump on the stomach and the stomach bursts then the intestines and internal organs rupture.
2) They placed some mice under a metal cover on the stomach then heat it and then when it's hot then the mice will start to scratch the person's stomach until it's full of wholes and won't stop till they find a way out or when the Japanese stops.
3) They hang the victim onto something then place a growing bamboo under you and wait for it to grow until it pierces through the whole body
4 ) They used a certain kind of nail clipper to pluck off the victim's nails. Then when it's pluck off it bleeds right? After that they sprinkled salt and vinegar on the wound then it will start to get infected and rot but the worst is that after every 3 or 4 days they came back and sprinkled some more till the fingers rot away
There's still a lot,like raping and if someone passed a Japanese soldier and didn't greet them then off they went to heaven. If you're not Singaporean I suggest you come to Singapore and learn about our history,its interesting and the place here is very nice =)
Starvation and beating mostly. I know of one: the Chinese water torture. They would tie a person's hands behind their back, and have them kneel before the torturer. The torturer would then proceed to place a single droplet of water upon the person's forehead. This would go on for several hours, maybe, and unsensed the tortured in a way of insanity.
I'm not certain, but I believe they also at one point used tools such as fingernail extractors(let's not get into detail) and something else called water-boarding. I am not certain though.
Water Treatment or "Cure" as used by the Japanese military during World War II was a form of water torture in which the victim is forced to drink large quantities of water in a short time, resulting in gastric distension, water intoxication, and sometime death. In this form of water torture, water is forced down the throat and into the stomach. This happens repeatedly until osmosis causes the cells to explode.
Water boarding as used today refers to a technique involving water poured over the face or head of the subject, in order to evoke the instinctive fear of drowning. Often, a wet cloth is placed in the subject's mouth, giving them the sensation that they are drowning.
It is probably worthwhile to distinguish between torture - where the purpose is to inflict pain and distress as a punishment or as a method of coercion - from atrocities that were committed where the suffering was a byproduct of the purpose of the actions.
Although rape is sometimes a form of torture, nearly all of millions of the rapes committed by the Japanese during WW II were part of a plan by their leadership trying to improve the morale of the soldiers.* In those cases the rapes were technically atrocities rather than torture. The infamous Unit 731 would be another example of atrocities where great suffering was inflicted but for the purpose of (in)human experimentation rather that for the sheer sadistic pleasure of torture.
* Personally I think it had to have the reverse effect on morale by degrading the soldiers participating and destroying their self-worth and honor.
The Geneva convention prohibits torture of POWs.
The 8th Amendment prohibits the use of cruel and unusual punishment.
Japanese made extensive use of labor forces composed to both prisoners of war and local peoples.
The word torture is sometimes used literally, and sometimes metaphorically. Example : "The count was known to torture his prisoners for information." Example : "Enduring the country music on the radio was torture for the younger employees of the shop."
a medieval torture device is a device used to cause pain in a physical, mental, or even sexual manner to extract information from prisoners in the Dark Ages. There was a great use of torture devices in the Spanish Inquisition too.
The Nazis used both established tortures for that time and also created new ones. They experimented with medical torture, for example, which was very new then. The Nazis were probably were the first group to use sexual torture as routine standard practice.
To contain use and kill prisoners
Saddam Hussein used many methods to kill his own people. He would use torture methods to kill people, hangings, chemicals, and shootings.
Use "is" if the subject of the sentence is singular; use "are" if plural. "The fact that I ate after running *is* irrelevant. ("after running" is the prepositional phrase; "the fact" is the subject). The methods prisoners use to escape *are* manifold. ("to escape" is the prepositional phrase; "The methods" is the subject).
people use torture to gain control of other people an
Tantamount to torture ie the same as torture
Science class feels like torture to me.
example = This punishment is torture to us! So you use it by expressing your feelings
Torture is not generally a part of Voodoo.
Genghis Khan killed but he banned the use of torture and imprisonment.
No. Torture is never ethical, regardless of the reason.
Torture would presumably mean using pain to extract information. No doubt Japanese troops used whatever means at hand to extract "intelligence" when their Malayan campaign was under way. After the Singapore collapse there would have been little military intelligence useful to the Japanese. The beatings, overwork and lack of food, medicines and medical treatment killed many thousands of PoWs and this in itself could be thought of as torture. Most modern Japanese remain blissfully unaware of their treatment of PoWs of all Allied nations, not just Australians.
Hitler used the Gestapo to scare people into doing what he wanted. people were terrified of their brutal "interrogation" methods (torture) and Hitler exploited this fear.
The United states military and the CIA use the term, in typical military doublespeak "Enhanced interrogation" for torture.
The prisoners were sentanced by the severity of their crimes.
the prisoners, once sent to concentration camps, were split into two lines: one went to work to death, literally, and the other went to the gas chamber. after being gassed they were incinerated in a nearby oven.
First degree - is a conversation about the instruments of torture Second degree - is being shown the instruments of torture Third degree - is the actual use of the instruments of torture
what kind of torture did they use in the canontration camp in the holocaust
Because people hate rat. So they torture them and use them for animal testing. - Kristen