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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 9

By Ara Kenichi,

Chapter 3 Nanjing as Observed by Artists and Photographers …..Chinese soldiers who were left behind later attacked Japanese troops. …. Also, Chinese soldiers who escaped from Nanjing by crossing the Yangtze battled against Japanes…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 6

By HUANG WENXIONG,

CHAPTER 6: HOW JAPAN CAN WIN THE HISTORY WARS INSTIGATED BY CHINA 1. Why Japan must not lose the history wars To conclude this book, I would like to consider what the history wars are really all about, and, from the perspective of a…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 8

By Ara Kenichi,

2. The Navy 29) Interview with Lieutenant Commander Terasaki Takaharu (寺崎隆治), Captain of the gunboat Seta In 1937, Lieutenant Commander Terasaki Takaharu was an instructor at the Naval War College. On August 13, as the second…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 7

By Ara Kenichi,

25) Interview with Mr. Okada Yoshimasa (岡田芳政), official, Cabinet Planning Board Mr. Okada Yoshimasa was a civil servant, an official of the Cabinet Planning Board. Prior to this, he was a military officer and temporarily transf…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 6

By HUANG WENXIONG,

CHAPTER 5: EMPEROR SYSTEM PAVES WAY FOR PEACEFUL PROGRESS IN JAPAN 1. Japan’s first emperors From the time that the Japanese people were first unified by the Yamato Court up to the present day, a single dynasty of emperors has rei…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 6

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Chapter 6: Postwar Japan and the World – The Second Half of the Showa Period and the Heisei Period Section 1 – The occupation and the Cold War Topic 84 – Occ…
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 6

By Ara Kenichi,

22) Interview with Mr. Okada Takashi (岡田尚), Assistant to Army Commander Matsui From the Meiji through the Showa era, a number of people, such as Toyama Mitsuru (頭山満) and Kayano Nagatomo (萱野長知), assisted in the Chinese…
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KO BUN’YU’S DEFINING HISTORY 5

By HUANG WENXIONG,

1 CHAPTER 4: JAPANESE HISTORY: PROGRESS WITHOUT MURDER 1. Japan viewed from an archeological perspective I have no intention of addressing the question of how and when the Japanese settled on these islands in this book. Textbooks inform …
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The Nanjing Incident: Japanese Eyewitness Accounts 5

By Ara Kenichi,

1 Chapter 2 Nanjing, as Observed by Japanese Soldiers “As a matter of fact, I sympathize with China. I did not agree with the establishment of Manchuria. In the Nisshi-jihen, or China Incident, Japan went too far. But as far as the ref…
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New History Textbook for Middle School Students Chapter 5 Section 2

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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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