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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (3)
The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (3) By Choi Kilsong, Professor at Dong-a University, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima …
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (2)
The Origins of the US Army's Korean Comfort Women (2) By Choi Kilsong, Professor at Dong-a University, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima …
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (1)
The Origins of the US Army's Korean Comfort Women By Choi Kilsung, Professor at University of East Asia, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshim…
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A Counter Response and Proposal to the “Open Letter” written by 187 Historians
June 12, 2015 A Counter Response and Proposal to the "Open Letter” written by 187 Historians By Fujioka Nobukatsu, Visiting Professor,…
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THE TAIWANESE ARE NOT HAN CHINESE
THE TAIWANESE ARE NOT HAN CHINESE Lin Jianliang, Ph.D. in Medicine Editor, Voice of Taiwan Taiwanese and Chinese: no shared ethnici…
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A REBUTTAL TO CHINA’S FRAUDULENT CLAIMS ON THE SENKAKU ISLANDS
1 A REBUTTAL TO CHINA’S FRAUDULENT CLAIMS ON THE SENKAKU ISLANDS Prof. Shimojo Masao, Takushoku University China’s online propaganda camp…
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A Grateful China Should Also Pay Respect To Yasukuni Shrine
A Grateful China Should Also Pay Respect To Yasukuni Shrine By Huang Wenxiong (Ko Bunyu), commentator Stopping the civil war, famine…
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ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY MR. JOSE P. LAUREL, REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PHILIPPINES
ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY MR. JOSE P. LAUREL, REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PHILIPPINES November 5, 1943 Your Excellency, Your Excellenci…
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ADDRESS OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE WAN WAITHAYAKON
ADDRESS OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE WAN WAITHAYAKON, REPRESENTATIVE OF THAILAND November 5, 1943 (Translation) Monsieur le Pr…
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Address of His Excellency Chang Ching-hui
Address of His Excellency Chang Ching-hui, Prime Minister of the Empire of Manchuria November 5, 1943 (Translation) I am very happy, as …
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