Methamphetamine, Depression & World War II

Did you know that a Japanese chemist first synthesised methamphetamine in 1919 as a medicine for people with lethargy and depression – or that it was given to kamikaze pilots, during World War II in the hope it would make them less likely to change their minds?

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