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Mutsuhiro Watanabe's Sword
Watanabesword

Origin

Mutsuhiro Watanabe

Type

WWII Japanese camp Sergeant's Sword and Scabbard

Effects

Induces uncontrollable desire for torment and abuse of others, intense sadism, and mood swings.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Wielding

Collected by

Unknown Warehouse 13 Agent

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

850632-9941

Shelf

2564-264-2583

Date of Collection

11/15/1964

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OriginEdit

Mutsuhiro Watanabe (渡辺むつひろ, circa 1918 – April 2003), POW-given nickname, "The Bird", was an Imperial Japanese Army sergeant in World War II who served at POW camps in Ōfuna, Naoetsu (present day Jōetsu, Niigata), and Mitsushima (present day Hiraoka). Watanabe was classified as a war criminal following the war for his abuse of prisoners of war (POWs) held by the Japanese military. He is mostly famous for his abuse towards former Olympic star and pilot, Louie Zamperini. Watanabe openly admitted getting a sexual thrill from beating prisoners. Additionally, he had unceasing mood swings. One minute he would be beating a prisoner, and the next he would be handing them fistfuls of candy and cigarettes.

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