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by Shi Young,Ron Dorfman,James Yin

eBook Rape of Nanking: An Undeniable History in Photographs ePub
Author: Shi Young,Ron Dorfman,James Yin
Language: English
ISBN: 096322316X
ISBN13: 978-0963223166
Publisher: Triumph Books (March 1, 1997)
Category: Asia
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.7
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Читать онлайн - Chang Iris. Iris Chang THE RAPE OF NANKING The Forgotten Holocaust of World War II To the hundreds of thousands of victims in the Rape of Nanking Acclaim for the international bestseller, THE RAPE OF NANKING A powerful new work of history and moral inquiry.

This 319 page book, with over 400 photographs, graphically illustrates the many unbelievable horrors that befell the citizens of Nanking and its defending soldiers who unwisely surrendered to the Japanese in December, 1937

This 319 page book, with over 400 photographs, graphically illustrates the many unbelievable horrors that befell the citizens of Nanking and its defending soldiers who unwisely surrendered to the Japanese in December, 1937. It is claimed that more than 350,000 Chinese died during the period of just a few weeks-death at a rate exceeding 8,000 per day. If you are the squeamish type with a weak stomach when it comes to blood and gore, this will not be your book. The photographs are explicit with no holds barred. Explanatory text is interwoven with the photos.

This book then becomes a very important source of evidence, as it reveals the greed of the . in their part of the cover . What occurred in Nanjing in 1937, was an abomination. One of many unfathomable cruelties inflicted upon humankind by humankind during the Second World War. in their part of the cover up for the almighty dollar. for helping to cover up the rape, torture and slaughter of 300,000 people, in a most horrific way. Shame on Japan for its' denial. To this day, Japan has never apologized for the brutality and murder that occurred.

The Rape of Nanking brings you the victims, the aggressors, and the survivors - through the eyes of a camera and the words of a journalist. Hundreds of never-before-seen photographs- Companion book to internationally touring exhibition- Only book to reveal horrors of Japanese occupation of China - strong international reaction anticipated. Indiscriminate killing of men, women, and children left 350,000 Chinese dead. Women of all ages, including young girls, were repeatedly raped by Japanese soldiers. in their part of. .

James Yin, Shi Young, Ron Dorfman, Desmond Tutu. Published by Innovative Publishing Group. Seller Inventory 13430.

The Rape of Nanking book. Even large numbers of young girls and old women were raped throughout the city, and many cases of abnormal and sadistic behavior in connection with these rapes were reported. Many women were killed after the act and their bodies mutilated. For the next six weeks, while horrific rape continued, wholesale murder of male civilians was conducted with the apparent sanction of the Japanese high command.

The Rape of Nanking: An Undeniable History in Photographs. Young Refugee at Ginling College. Chicago, IL: Innovative Pub. Group, 1997. Yale Divinity Library. Fogel, Joshua A. The Nanjing Massacre in History and Historiography. Berkeley: U of California, 2000.

The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of World War II is a bestselling 1997 non-fiction book written by Iris Chang about the 1937–1938 Nanking Massacre.

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Book by Yin, James, Young, Shi
Flarik
Japan has denied responsibility and has tried to denounce any involvement in the genocide that occurred against the Chinese people in 1937. The United States has also covered it up and removed it from their history books in order to not offend Japan, due to their investment in Japan's emerging economy right after the war. However, it did occur and this book proves it by the vast amount of photographic evidence it reveals. This book then becomes a very important source of evidence, as it reveals the greed of the U.S in their part of the cover up for the almighty dollar. Shame on the U.S.A. for helping to cover up the rape, torture and slaughter of 300,000 people, in a most horrific way. Shame on Japan for its' denial. To this day, Japan has never apologized for the brutality and murder that occurred. Books like this are necessary to tell the truth and show the world what happened.
Mr.jeka
yellowed pages, but still interesting
Ballalune
What occurred in Nanjing in 1937, was an abomination. One of many unfathomable cruelties inflicted upon humankind by humankind during the Second World War. But the history of the war in China and the suffering of the Chinese people at the hands of the Imperial Japanese Army (and sometimes their own country men) has been under reported, perhaps due to the isolation of China from the West following Mao's postwar victory over the Nationalists. Worse, most efforts to record the extreme brutality and the suffering inflicted upon China's citizenry, including this one, are incessantly hounded by modern day Japanese revisionists who seem intent upon convincing the world that their fathers invaded China and most of the Pacific rim to hand out candy to children and find homes for stray cats. This book is a powerful, shocking, disturbing, even sickening record of an atrocity. As uncomfortable as it may be, this book needs to be seen to understand the war. If you can locate a copy, buy it, read it, and show it to all who would try to rewrite history.
Tyler Is Not Here
hey, here is the japanese cannibalism:

The 1987 Japanese documentary film Yuki Yuki te Shingun (Onward Holy Army) contains interviews with Japanese war veterans who confessed to engaging in cannibalism during the New Guinea campaign. Several autobiographies by Japanese veterans of that campaign also make explicit references to cannibalism. (Tanaka, 1996, p. 112)

My recent discovery of extensive reports of the Australian War Crimes Section and records of war crime trials by the Australian military has made it possible to undertake a more comprehensive analysis of the practice of cannibalism committed by the Japanese in New Guinea. I also obtained U.S. National Archives documents that refer to Japanese cannibalism in New Guinea. (Tanaka, 1996, p. 115)

It is clear from these reports that the widespread practice of cannibalism by Japanese soldiers in the Asia-Pacific War was something more than merely random incidents perpetrated by individuals or small groups subject to extreme conditions. The testimonies indicate that cannibalism was a systematic and organized military strategy, committed by whole squads or by specific soldiers working within the context of a larger squad. This is particularly so in the case of the Indian POWs and Formosan workers, who had outlived their usefulness as laborers and were now regarded by their captors as human cattle, as a food supply. The moral and psychological bearings of the Japanese soldiers and guards were transformed to such a degree that the act of cannibalism and even the murder of prisoners for the purpose of cannibalism became a normal occurrence rather than an extreme and grotesque activity. The fact that such activities were committed by whole groups, working within the normal military structures, resulted in a situation in which the act of cannibalism ceased to be horrific and became instead a part of everyday life. As was noted in the account of the cannibalistic consumption of Australian and American soldiers killed in battle, the gaining of bodies for this purpose was often carried out in the midst of battle, with one section of the Japanese squad continuing the fighting while another section removed the bodies from the battlefield to a safe area where they could be prepared for consumption. (Tanaka, 1996, p. 126)

The Japanese had motives for cannibalism beyond the prevention of starvation
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