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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

The Origins of the US Army's Korean Comfort Women By Ch’oe Kil-song, Professor at University of East Asia, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima University Society …
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (7)

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

(6.) The Korean War and Changes in South Korean Society South Korean society in the aftermath of World War II In 1945, Korea was liberated from Japanese colonial rule. After the end of the war, the men of my village who had been conscri…
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (6)

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

Chapter 5. Diary of a Japanese Military Brothel Manager My approach to reading the book Obviously, Japanese women have engaged in prostitution abroad, most notably in the form of the so-called karayuki-san who travelled the world plyin…
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (5)

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

Chapter 4. Sexual Mores and the Idea of Chastity in Korea Sexual mores and prostitution For the most part, Korean society is Confucian and is said to have a strong sense of sexual mores and morality. It is certainly true that Confucian…
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (4)

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

Chapter 3. The Spread of Prostitution Widespread prostitution in South Korea In this chapter, I want to pose the question of why society accepts the existence of prostitution in spite of it being an antisocial and immoral institution…
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (3)

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (3) By Choi Kilsong, Professor at Dong-a University, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima University The Origins of the US Army's Korean Comfort Women Chapter 2. From Rape to Prostitu…
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (2)

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

The Origins of the US Army's Korean Comfort Women (2) By Choi Kilsong, Professor at Dong-a University, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima University Chapter 1. The Korean War As I Experienced It The outbreak of the Korean War …
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The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (1)

By Ch’oe Kil-song,

The Origins of the US Army's Korean Comfort Women By Choi Kilsung, Professor at University of East Asia, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima University Introduction This book is about Koreans and sex. I have already written a nu…
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THE NANKING MASSACRE: Fact Versus Fiction

By HIGASHINAKANO Shudo,

THE NANKING MASSACRE: Fact Versus Fiction THE NANKING MASSACRE: Fact Versus Fiction A Historian’s Quest for the Truth By HIGASHINAKANO Shudo Professor of Intellectual History Asia University, Tokyo Translated b…
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What Really Happened in Nanking

By Tanaka Masaaki,

What Really Happened in Nankin The Refutation of a Common Myth by Tanaka Masaakb Translated by Sekai Shuppan Sekai Shuppan, Inc. Tokyo Published by Sekai Shuppan, Inc) Shin Sakuma Bldg., 3< 2-13-14, Nishu-Shimbash…
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