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Statement concerning the decision of UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register on “Documentation on ‘Comfort Women’ and Japanese Army discipline”
Oct. 31, 2017 Statement concerning the decision of UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register on “Documentation on ‘Comfort Women’ and J…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 5 Section 1
Chapter 5: Modern Japan and the World (Part 2) – The Taisho Period and First Half of the Showa Period Section 1 – World War I and its r…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 4
1 5. Other Newspapers 15) Interview with Mr. Minami Masayoshi (南正義) , Reporter for the Shin-Aichi Shimbun I met Mr. Minami Masayoshi on J…
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Taiwan: A History of Agonies Ong Iok-tek
1 Taiwan: A History of Agonies Ong Iok-tek1 Avanguard Publishing House, 2015 Reviewed by Aldric Hama “Taiwan belongs to the Taiwanese; …
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Statement of Protest Concerning the Rejection of our Tibet-Tongzhou Joint Nomination to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 3
3. Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper 8) Interview with Mr. Futamura Jiro (二村次郎), Photographer for the Hochi Shimbun Newspaper (Yomiuri Group news…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 3
1 CHAPTER 2: PRINCIPLES OF CHINESE CIVILIZATION 1. Yellow River Civilization: the main source of Chinese culture We can safely say that t…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 2
1 CHAPTER 1: DEFINING HISTORY 1. Perceptions vs. facts The word history is on occasion defined as “the truth about past events.” That def…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 2
Chapter 1 Nanjing as Observed by Journalists “…. I do not think there was anything that could have been called an “incident”. I didn't s…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 1
0 KO BUN’YU’S1 DEFINING HISTORY A macroscopic analysis of the differences among the histories of East Asian nations: Japan, China, Taiwan,…
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