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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? Part 2 – The Marco Polo Bridge Incident and the Battles of Shanghai and Nanking
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? Part 1 – The Manchurian Incident
Part 1 - The Manchurian Incident Chronology 1911 October 10 - Xinhai Revolution 1922 February 6 - Nine-Powers Treaty (Washington Nav…
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China?
How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? By Moteki Hiromichi, Acting Chairman; Society for t…
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Challenging the “20 American Historians”
Challenging the “20 American Historians” By YAMASHITA Eiji, Professor Emeritus of Osaka City University As reported in SDHF Newsletter No.…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 10 – What The Japanese People Accomplished
1 Chapter 10 - What The Japanese People Accomplished Japan's role in human history September 2015 marked the seventieth anniversary since…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 9 – A Nation with a Fabricated History
1 Chapter 9 - A Nation with a Fabricated History SCAP's battle for history In September 1945, the US Army occupied Japan. During the occ…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 8 – The United States and the Atomic Bombings of Japan
Chapter 8 - The United States and the Atomic Bombings of Japan The unnecessary atomic bombings An atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima…
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Remarks by Mr. Shinsuke Sugiyama, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
Remarks by Mr. Shinsuke Sugiyama, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs As stated in the written answer to the questions posed by the Commi…
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Appeal by Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women
Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women Chairman Kase Hideaki 2-6-3-203, Suidou, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo Tel: +81-3-6912-0047 March 8, 2016 …
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 7 – Why Do We Praise The Kamikaze?
1 Chapter 7 - Why Do We Praise The Kamikaze? Soviet suicide planes and German Sondercommando In 2002, I wrote the book Kamikaze: Japan's …
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