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“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN’s Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) No.6: Chapter 2: The Fiction Equating Comfort Women with Sex Slaves Spreads throughout the World C.Perspective on lawsuit for the removal of comfort-woman statue in Glendale, CA

By Mera Koichi,

1 Chapter 2: The Fiction Equating Comfort Women with Sex Slaves Spreads throughout the World C.Perspective on lawsuit for the removal of comfort-woman statue in Glendale, CA By Mera Koichi The first comfort-woman statue in America O…
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“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN’s Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) No.5: Chapter 2: The Fiction Equating Comfort Women with Sex Slaves Spreads throughout the World B. Tanaka Yuki’s Book Forms Basis of US House Resolution

By Takahashi Shiro,

1 Chapter 2: The Fiction Equating Comfort Women with Sex Slaves Spreads throughout the World B. Tanaka Yuki’s Book Forms Basis of US House Resolution By Takahashi Shiro On July 7, 2007, the US House of Representatives passed House Res…
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“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN’s Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) No.4: Chapter 2: The Fiction Equating Comfort Women with Sex Slaves Spreads throughout the World

By Hisae Kennedy,

1 Chapter 2: The Fiction Equating Comfort Women with Sex Slaves Spreads throughout the World 1. US House Resolution (2007) and its nationwide repercussions By Hisae Kennedy My UN fantasy When I was a child, I was convinced that the Uni…
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“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN’s Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) No.3: Chapter 1: Unmasking the United Nations A. The Origins and Flaws of the UN’s Vision By Kase Hideaki B. A Useless, Corrupt Organization By Fujii Genki

By Kase Hideaki, Fujii Genki,

1 Chapter 1: Unmasking the United Nations UN's Geneva office A. The Origins and Flaws of the UN’s Vision By Kase Hideaki There is probably no country in the world with greater affection for the United Nations than Japan. And yet the …
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“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN’s Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) No.2: PREFACE The Fabrication and Spread of the “Comfort Women = Sex Slaves” Theory

By Fujioka Nobukatsu,

1 PREFACE The Fabrication and Spread of the "Comfort Women = Sex Slaves" Theory By Fujioka Nobukatsu Photo Caption: A meeting at the UN's European office in Geneva Totsuka Etsuro: The author of the "sex slave" concept The man who firs…
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“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN’s Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) No.1: Foreword, Table of Contents, List of Contributors

By Fujioka Nobukatsu,

“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN's Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) ― Report from Japanese Delegations to the UN in Geneva ― written and edited by Fujioka Nobukatsu, visiting Professor, Takushoku University No.1: Foreword, Table of Conten…
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? Part 3 – Japan’s Policies Toward China

By Moteki Hiromichi,

1 Part 3 - Japan's Policies Toward China Was the North China Buffer State Strategy an act of aggression? Manchurian bandits, who had at one point numbered more than 200,000, were largely wiped out within about a year of Manchukuo's found…
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? Part 2 – The Marco Polo Bridge Incident and the Battles of Shanghai and Nanking

By Moteki Hiromichi,

1 Part 2 - The Marco Polo Bridge Incident and the Battles of Shanghai and Nanking The Battle of Shanghai: The true starting point of the war The Marco Polo Bridge Incident is usually considered to be the start of the Second Sino-Japanes…
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? Part 1 – The Manchurian Incident

By Moteki Hiromichi,

Part 1 - The Manchurian Incident Chronology 1911 October 10 - Xinhai Revolution 1922 February 6 - Nine-Powers Treaty (Washington Naval Conference) 1931 September 18 - Manchurian Incident 1932 March 1 - Manchukuo is founded …
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How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China?

By Moteki Hiromichi,

How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China? By Moteki Hiromichi, Acting Chairman; Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact Introduction In the so-called "apology issue," which conce…
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