Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact

OPINIONS
from Our Society

(22 articles)
Letter to Bush on Takeshima
Letter to Bush on Takeshima…
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Open Questions to PRC President Hu Jintao-a. English version
Questions to PRC President Hu Jintao-a. English version…
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Letter to the Honorable Alphons Hamer, regarding a Dutch Parliament resolution
On November 20 of this year, the Dutch Parliament passed a resolution denouncing Japan for past actions in connection with the so-called comfort women. We must state our objections to this resolution in the strongest possible terms. Because…
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Letter to the Congresspersons, regarding the H.R.121,
On 30th July, 2007, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution (H.R. 121) demanding that the Japanese government apologize formally for having concerned so-called "comfort women" into sexual slavery. We society feel compelled to …
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Letter to the Honorable Tom Lantos, regarding the House Resolution 121
Kase Hideaki, Chairman of our society, sent a letter to the Honorable Tom Lantos, Chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs UNITED STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, regarding the House Resolution 121. We society are strongly concerned that th…
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Open Questions to His Excellency Prime Minister Wen Jiabao of the People’s Republic of China
Hideaki, Chairman of our society, sent Six Open Questions to Wen Jiabao, Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of China, related to Nanking, in Japanese, Chinese, and English. We are uploading the English version here, as the PDF file. …
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Open Questions to His Excellency Prime Minister Wen Jiabao
Here is the Chinese version of the Open Questions above.…
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Newsweek World View “The Use and Abuse of the Past” By Kase Hideaki
Kase Hideaki, Chairman of our society, contributed Newsweek World View April 2, 2007, about movement/change of the Japanese mind for World War II wartime history, in recent years.…
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The letter to Ambassador Schieffer, regarding the House Resolution 121, which calls on the Japanese government to apologize for having forced young women to become sex slaves during World War II
As we have been stating for many times, the House Resolution 121, which calls on the Japanese government to apologize for having forced young women to become sex slaves during World War II, to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, is tota…
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The reality behind the ‘comfort women’: A response to House Resolution 759
“The reality behind the 'comfort women': A response to House Resolution 759" A House Resolution titled “Expressing the sense of the House Representatives that the Government of Japan should formally acknowledge and accept responsib…
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