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The Fabrication of “Forced Conscription”

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Author Profile: Born the child of Korean residents in Iwate Prefecture in 1948. Educated at Rikkyo University and UCLA. Posts include Assistant Professor, College of International Studies, Keimyung University, Daegu, South Korea. Currently …
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Korean Mysticism and Anti-Japanese Thinking Series No.3

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1 Chapter two: Love in Utter Agony Tradition and technology—COMPAQ, foreign-capital computer manufacturer’s ad featuring Korean shamanism Anti-Japanese and Japanese loathing Korean grudge and Japanese resignation An emotion underly…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 5 Section 2
Section 2 – Japan in World War II Topic 73 – The impact of the Great Depression What effects did the Great Depression that started in 1929 have on Japan and the world? From Taisho to Showa On December 25, 1926 (Taisho 15), Emper…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 4 Section 3, 4
Section 3 – Constitutionalism and the wars with China and Russia Topic 58 – The struggle to revise the unequal treaties What strategies did Japan employ in order to renegotiate the unequal treaties signed with the Western powers dur…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 4 Section 1, 2
Chapter 4: Modern Japan and the World (Part 1) – From the Final Years of the Edo Shogunate to the End of the Meiji Period Section 1 – The encroachment of the Western powers in Asia Topic 47 – Industrial and people's revolutions …
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 1 Section 3, 4
Section 3 - The founding of the Ritsuryo State Topic 11 - Prince Shotoku's political revolution Under what circumstances did Prince Shotoku implement his new style of politics? The unification of China under the Sui dynasty At the e…
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Why Is It so Easy for the Chinese to Lie?

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1 Why Is It so Easy for the Chinese to Lie? Examining the mystery of the keyword “bihui” by Kitamura Minoru and Lin Siyun 1. Aggressive war was not a crime (Kitamura Minoru) I have investigated from every direction on how the Nan…
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Manzhouguo: The True Story of a Short-lived, Ideal State in Manchuria

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Manzhouguo: The True Story of a Short-lived, Ideal State in Manchuria By Huang Wenxiong TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter One: The Truth about Manchuria 1. Chinese criticism of Manzhou…
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Behind The Comfort Women Controversy: How Lies Became Truth

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BEHIND THE COMFORT WOMEN CONTROVERSY: HOW LIES BECAME TRUTH NISHIOKA Tsutomu Professor, Tokyo Christian University Deputy Chairman, National Council for the Rescue of Japanese Abducted by North Korea …
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