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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 4

By HUANG WENXIONG,

1 CHAPTER 3: THE BRUTAL HISTORY OF CHINESE WARFARE 1. Chinese warfare in ancient times The Chinese civilization, whose source was the Yellow River civilization, placed no restrictions whatsoever on warfare. The farmers who cultivated the…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 5 Section 1

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Chapter 5: Modern Japan and the World (Part 2) – The Taisho Period and First Half of the Showa Period Section 1 – World War I and its repercussions Topic 67 – Japan's participation in World War I Why did World War I begin and…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 4

By Ara Kenichi,

1 5. Other Newspapers 15) Interview with Mr. Minami Masayoshi (南正義) , Reporter for the Shin-Aichi Shimbun I met Mr. Minami Masayoshi on July 4, 1987. Mr. Minami served as the president of Tokai Radio, Nagoya. He must have been ver…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 3

By Ara Kenichi,

3. Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper 8) Interview with Mr. Futamura Jiro (二村次郎), Photographer for the Hochi Shimbun Newspaper (Yomiuri Group newspaper) With the outbreak of the China Incident, the major newspaper companies dispatched …
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 3

By HUANG WENXIONG,

1 CHAPTER 2: PRINCIPLES OF CHINESE CIVILIZATION 1. Yellow River Civilization: the main source of Chinese culture We can safely say that the region referred to as the central plains, near the middle and upper reaches of the Yellow River, …
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 2

By HUANG WENXIONG,

1 CHAPTER 1: DEFINING HISTORY 1. Perceptions vs. facts The word history is on occasion defined as “the truth about past events.” That definition is then extended to “past events as they actually occurred.” Going by that assumptio…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 2

By Ara Kenichi,

Chapter 1 Nanjing as Observed by Journalists “…. I do not think there was anything that could have been called an “incident”. I didn't see anything and nobody associated with the Asahi raised it as topic. And, considering the nu…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 1

By HUANG WENXIONG,

0 KO BUN’YU’S1 DEFINING HISTORY A macroscopic analysis of the differences among the histories of East Asian nations: Japan, China, Taiwan, and Korea 1 Profile of Ko Bunyu http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL02_1/72_S3.pdf 1 FOREWORD A multi…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 1

By Ara Kenichi,

1 The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts -Testimony from 48 Japanese Who Were There- By Ara Ken’ichi 2 3 Introduction This book is highly significant in that it contains the words of military officials, journalists, dip…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 4 Section 3, 4

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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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