Nanking Massacre Death Toll Estimates
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Religions >> Christianity & Paganism
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- Japan complains after China says 300000 died in Nanking Massacre
- Among Japanese historians, death toll estimates from the Nanking Massacre generally range from tens of thousands up to 200,000. The Japanese government admits that noncombatants were killed and there was looting during infamous episode.
- The End of 'One China'
- As the political heirs of China's wartime foes reached out for a historic handshake in a five-star Singapore tourist hotel, both men surely understood that “One China” as a common goal is now as good as dead. Mr.
- China Shows Skepticism on Japan's 'Comfort Women' Apology
- At the time, Japanese troops forced many Chinese women into sexual slavery, a practice that was replicated across other Japanese-occupied territories. China's antagonism also stems from atrocities ranging from the 1937 Nanjing massacre to medical ...
- UNESCO decision on 'Nanjing Massacre' records highlights Japan-China
- The death toll estimated by Japanese researchers ranges from tens of thousands to 200,000. In its application, the Chinese government cites the Tokyo Tribunal's conclusion that at least 200,000 people were killed and the Nanjing War Crimes Tribunal's ...
- Interview: Ethan Young, Creator of Nanjing: The Burning City On Representing
- On December 13th, 1937 Japanese troops captured the former capital of China, Nanjing during the Second Sino-Japanese War. From there began a 6 week long massacre full of torture, rape, and mutilation that claimed an estimated 300,000 Chinese lives.
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