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Torn Memories of Nanjing

Torn Memories of Nanjing

" Japanese activist Tamaki Matsuoka reveals the truth about Nanking. For years, Japanese activist Tamaki Matsuoka tried to counter denials of her country’s notorious wartime massacre of civilians in the city of Nanjing with books and photo exhibitions. Now the retired teacher says she has indisputable proof of the atrocities: Japanese veterans admitting on camera they forced themselves on Chinese women and mowed down Chinese refugees with machine guns. Matsuoka was angered by accounts in her country’s textbooks that whitewashed the crimes committed by Japan’s Imperial Army during World War II. Her documentary, shown for the first time outside of Japan at the Hong Kong Internationa ... more on Wikipedia

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