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SDHF Newsletter No.252 The Cancer That is China, Complete edition

- Posted on 19/09/2019

THE CANCER THAT IS CHINA A Taiwanese Physician’s Prescription (Namiki Shobo) Lin Kenryo Complete Version September 19, 2019 The author poses an interesting question to readers: “Is China the land of opportunities for the world…
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SDHF Newsletter No.251 Gunkanjima (Battlehsip Insland) No.4

- Posted on 12/09/2019

Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea --Another distortion of history, akin to the “comfort women” By Matsuki Kunitoshi Series No.4: Part 2: Chapter 6 September 12, 2019 The alleged abuse of Korean w…
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SDHF Newsletter No.250 Japan’s Master Plan for Victory 3

- Posted on 04/09/2019

JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN By Moteki Hiromichi Heart Publishers, Tokyo, 2018 Series No.3, Chapter 2: Draft Proposal for Hastening the End of War against The United States, The United Kingdom, The Netherlands,…
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SDHF Newsletter No.249 Book review Comfort Women and Sex in the Battale Zone

- Posted on 23/08/2019

Inconvenient and Uncomfortable: Transcending Japan’s Comfort Women Paradigm Marshal Wordsworth CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2018 Reviewed by Tadashi Hama August 23, 2019 We are pleased that a straight-to-the-point book on …
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SDHF Newsletter No.248 Gunkanjima (Battlehsip Insland) No.3

- Posted on 05/08/2019

Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea --Another distortion of history, akin to the “comfort women” By Matsuki Kunitoshi Series No.3: Part 1: Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5 August 5, 2019 In Series N…
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SDHF Newsletter No. 247 Japan’s Master Plan for Victory 2

- Posted on 31/07/2019

JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN By Moteki Hiromichi Heart Publishers, Tokyo, 2018 Series No.2, Chapter 1: Did Japan Wage a War of Aggression? July 31, 2019 Was the Japanese strike on Pearl Harbor a “sneak” a…
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SDHF Newsletter No.246 Gunkanjima (Battlehsip Insland) No.2 edit 7-24

- Posted on 26/07/2019

Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea --Another distortion of history, akin to the “comfort women” By Matsuki Kunitoshi Series No.2: Part 1: Chapter 1, Chapter 2 July 26, 2019 In July 2015, the forme…
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SDHF Newspetter No. 245 Mobilized workers from Korea

- Posted on 25/07/2019

A Pronouncement on “mobilized workers from Korea” at the UN Human Rights Council 41st session July 25, 2019 The International Research Institute of Controversial Histories (iRICH) sent a mission to the UN Human Rights Council’s 41st…
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SDHF Newsletter No. 244 Japan’s Master plan for Victory 1

- Posted on 23/07/2019

JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN By Moteki Hiromichi Heart Publishers, Tokyo, 2018 Series No.1: FOREWORD & TOC July 23, 2019 If I were to say that Japan had a formula (and a viable one at that) for victory in…
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SDHF Newsletter No.243 Gunkanjima (Battlehsip Insland) No.1

- Posted on 20/06/2019

Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea --Another distortion of history, akin to the “comfort women” By Matsuki Kunitoshi Series No.1: Introduction, Table of Contents June 20, 2019 The film Gunkanjima …
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