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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 5 – Freedom From Racial Discrimination

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 5 - Freedom From Racial Discrimination Emperor Hirohito's thoughts on racial discrimination In the United States, Japanese people were the object of contempt and subjected to atrocious discrimination. In 1924, the United State…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 4 – The Noble Spirit Which Inspired the People of Asia

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 4 - The Noble Spirit Which Inspired the People of Asia The Battle of Imphal's critical role in Indian independence After Japan lost the war, Great Britain branded the forces of the Indian National Army, who fought at the Battle…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 3 - The Greater East Asia Conference and the Dream of Racial Equality

By Kase Hideaki,

1 Chapter 3 - The Greater East Asia Conference and the Dream of Racial Equality The abolition of the humiliating unequal treaties At the beginning of 1942, the year following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the majority of the world was stil…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 2 – The Trap Laid by the United States

By Kase Hideaki,

Chapter 2 - The Trap Laid by the United States The big lie about the outbreak of the war Why is it that Japan had to fight the United States? Today many Japanese people mistakenly believe that the war with the United States was sta…
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The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World Chapter 1 – Up to the Day Japan Surrendered

By Kase Hideaki,

The Greater East Asian War: How Japan Changed The World By Kase Hideaki Chapter 1 - Up to the Day Japan Surrendered How the Japanese Army fought "Why did Japan fight a war against the United States?" That is the question I ha…
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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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