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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts Testimony from 48 Japanese Who Were There

By Ara Kenichi,

The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts -Testimony from 48 Japanese Who Were There- Ara Ken’ichi Translated by Maya Grohn Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact© …
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea

By MATSUKI Kunitoshi,

Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea --Another distortion of history, akin to the “comfort women” Matsuki Kunitoshi Society for the Dissemination o…
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Counting the Blessings of Whales: Insights from a Chopsticks-wielding Patriot No.4

By Koizumi Takeo,

Chapter III Realities in Relation to Whaling Frenzied age of the “International Whaling Olympics” In 1899, modern whaling, “Norwegian-style whaling,” started in Japan, wherein roped harpoons were fired from cannons installed o…
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JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN No.6 CHAPTER 5

By Moteki Hiromichi,

CHAPTER 5: THE AKIMARU UNIT AND THE FALSIFICATION OF HISTORY The Akimaru unit operated under the aegis of the Ministry of War. Its official name was War Economy Research Group. It was on occasion referred to as the Special Group within t…
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JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN No.5 CHAPTER 4

By Moteki Hiromichi,

CHAPTER 4: WHY JAPAN COULD NOT IMPLEMENT MASTER PLAN In Chapters 2 and 3 I showed how the Japanese had a good chance of winning the war if they adhered to the Draft Proposal for Hastening the End of War Against the United States, the Uni…
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Counting the Blessings of Whales: Insights from a Chopsticks-wielding Patriot No.3

By Koizumi Takeo,

Chapter II Whales Help the Japanese Once Again Food self-sufficiency rate of 41%: price the Japanese have to pay for failure to give due attention to agriculture and fishery Japan, where food worth 3 million servings is thrown away ev…
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War Guilt Information Program (WGIP) and “History Warfare” Prologue

By Takahashi Shiro,

Prologue: A trip to visit overseas archives Back to the place of origin In December 2012, in the freezing cold weather, I drove from New York airport to Vassar College. I was overjoyed with the prospect of resuming my exploration of t…
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War Guilt Information Program (WGIP) and “History Warfare” Introduction

By Takahashi Shiro,

War Guilt Information Program (WGIP) and “History Warfare” --Recover morals of the Japanese people By Takahashi Shiro Published by The Institute of Moralogy Introduction This book originated from this author’s series of m…
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Counting the Blessings of Whales: Insights from a Chopsticks-wielding Patriot No.2

By Koizumi Takeo,

Chapter I Whales Saved the Japanese History of the Japanese love for whales: the Jomon and Yayoi periods The Japanese have been closely tied to whales from ancient times. Whale meat eating goes back a remarkably long way. A great n…
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JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN No.4 CHAPTER 3

By Moteki Hiromichi,

Chapter 3: Simulations validate PREDICTIONS OF victories I. Premises of the simulations 1. Japan had superior war potential at start of conflict Many people seem to believe that though the Japan’s war potential and economic capacity …
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