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The Rape of Nanking

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In more than a half-century since the end of World War II, relatively little has been published about the Japanese occupation of China, during which an estimated 30 million Chinese were killed. The Rape of Nanking, or Nanking Massacre, in which at least 369,366 people were slaughtered and 80,000 women were raped by Japanese invasion troops, has become little more than a hi ...more
Hardcover, 328 pages
Published December 1st 1997 by Innovative Publishing & Graphics (first published March 1997)
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Joseph
Mar 17, 2013 Joseph rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone who wants to understand the history of WW II
I pulled this book off my shelves because I am watching Zhang Yimou's incredible "The Flowers of War." It contains way too many way too graphic pictures of Japanese Army brutality. The documentary evidence is indisputable and the horrors depicted here easily rival those of the Holocaust albeit in a much more condensed time frame and without the systematic efficiency of the Nazis. How many died in the three week period in 1937? Was it 200,000 as some estimates say or was it 360,000 as this book m ...more
Eric
Jun 09, 2010 Eric rated it liked it
Many of the photgraphs are difficult to make out because of the age or quality but you can still see whats happening or happened. Overall, the truth is captured and documented well and forever in this horrifying collection.
Joyce
Mar 11, 2013 Joyce rated it it was amazing
I'm glad the pictures were fuzzy...or else, I won't be able to sleep or eat afterwards....and I was kind of afraid to read the details too...Nonetheless, this is a historical account and all of us need to know about it.
Shelly - The Illustrated Librarian -
Terribly hard to look at, but not to be denied. I looked at this book after reading "Rape of Nanking" by Iris Chang.
Edward Sullivan
Oct 15, 2010 Edward Sullivan rated it it was amazing
Horrific images but excellent historical documentation.
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