Nanking Massacre
The Nanking Massacre, also known as the Rape of Nanking, was an episode of mass murder and mass rape committed by Japanese troops against the residents of Nanking (current official spelling: Nanjing) ...
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Battle of Nanking
The Battle of Nanking was an engagement fought in early December 1937 between the National Revolutionary Army of China and the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second Sino-Japanese War for control of...
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Nanking Massacre denial
Nanking Massacre denial is denial that Imperial Japanese forces murdered tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of Chinese soldiers and civilians during the Second Sino-Japanese War, and is a high...
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Historiography of the Nanking Massacre
The Historiography of the Nanking Massacre is the representation of the events of the Nanking Massacre as history, in various languages and cultural contexts, in the years since these events took plac...
List of war apology statements issued by Japan
This is a list of war apology statements issued by the state of Japan with regard to the war crimes and atrocities committed by the Empire of Japan during World War II. The statements were made on and...
Japanese history textbook controversies
Japanese history textbook controversies refers to controversial content in government-approved history textbooks used in the secondary education (junior high schools and high schools) of Japan. The co...
Heisuke Yanagawa
Heisuke Yanagawa (柳川 平助, Yanagawa Heisuke, 2 October 1879 – 22 January 1945) was a general in the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II.
Born in what is now part of Nagasaki city, N...
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List of book-based war films (1927–45 wars)
A list of films that are based on war books.For earlier conflicts, see the List of films based on war books — 1898–1926.
1927–1950 (First stage, Sino-Japanese War, World War II — China Theatre, Fi...
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The Battle of China
The Battle of China (1944) was the sixth film of Frank Capra's Why We Fight propaganda film series.
Following its introductory credits—displayed to the Army Air Force Orchestra's cover vers...
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Nanking Massacre controversy
Nanking Massacre denial is denial that Imperial Japanese forces murdered tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of Chinese soldiers and civilians during the Second Sino-Japanese War, and is a high...
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Yuko Tojo
Yuko Tojo (東條 由布子, Tōjō Yūko, May 20, 1939 – February 13, 2013) was a Japanese ultra-nationalist politician, Imperial Japanese apologist, Japanese racial supremacist and brief political hopefu...
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Shōichi Watanabe
Shōichi Watanabe (渡部 昇一, Watanabe Shōichi, born 15 September 1930) is an English scholar and one of Japan’s foremost cultural critics. He was born in Tsuruoka, Yamagata Prefecture. A graduate...
Akira Suzuki (writer)
Akira Suzuki (鈴木 明, Suzuki Akira, 28 October 1929 – 22 July 2003) was the penname of Japanese non-fiction writer and freelance journalist Akio Imai.
He was born in Tokyo and graduated from...
Takami Eto
Takami Eto (江藤 隆美, Etō Takami, 10 April 1925 – 22 November 2007) was a Japanese politician and former member of Japan's House of Representatives.
Born in Hyūga, Miyazaki, Takami Eto ...
F. Tillman Durdin
Frank Tillman Durdin (March 30, 1907 – July 7, 1998) was a longtime foreign correspondent for The New York Times. During his career, Durdin reported on the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945), the c...
Georg Rosen (1895–1961)
George Rosen (1895, Tehran, Iran – 1961) was a Rhodes Scholar, German lawyer and diplomat, best known for his assistance in helping to organize the Nanking Safety Zone during the Second Sino-Japanese ...
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John Magee (missionary)
John Gillespie Magee (1884 – 1953) was an American Episcopal priest, best known for his work in Nanking as a missionary, and for the films and pictures he took during the Nanking Massacre. He is...
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