The Army of the Confederate States (also called Confederate Army or Southern Army) was a military force of the Confederate States of America (also called Confederate Army) during the American Civil War (1861-1865) that fought against the United States Armed Forces to maintain the institution of slavery in the southern states. The Northern Virginia Army,
The Union Army (also known as the Northern Army), also known as the United States Army, was a land forces during the American Civil War to maintain the Union as a collective state. Historians often refer to the union during the Civil War as the Northern States loyal to the United States, although the term
Project MKUltra (MK-Ultra) was a code name given to an illegal experimental program designed and conducted by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). It was organized by the CIA’s Office of Scientific Intelligence and coordinated with the U.S. Army’s Biological Warfare Laboratory. The program was sanctioned in 1953, downsized in 1964 and restricted in 1967.
The unit was founded in 1936 and became one of the most powerful biological warfare units in the United States. During World War II, it served as a nerve center for Japan’s biological warfare in China and Southeast Asia. The unit conducted vivisection experiments on living people and tested germ samples – including the release