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Comfort Women Not Sex Slaves

Rectifying the Myriad of Perspectives Second Edition



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Comfort Women Not Sex Slaves by Koichi Mera
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There is a persistent misunderstanding on Comfort Women among English speaking people. Several communities in the U.S. are building a memorial for them accusing human rights violations by the Japanese government, claiming that Comfort Women were "Sex-Slaves." This book provides solid bases for discrediting the popular conception. Even the Kono Statement was not a statement of historical fact, but an attempted political compromise. The book is a collection of historical documents and research reports which support the validity of the alternative assertion: Comfort Women were not Sex-Slaves.

Author Biography

Koichi Mera, Ph.D. is President of the Global Alliance for Historical Truth (GAHT) which is based in Santa Monica, California. He has Ph.D. from Harvard and taught economics, international business, and public administration at Harvard, Tsukuba University, Tokyo International University and University of Southern California, and worked with the World Bank. In recent decades he has organized a study group on the history of Japan during the last century, and is concerned with political issues related to interpretations of historical records. His recent books includes Whose Back Was Stabbed?: FDR's Secret War on Japan (Hamilton Books, 2017).
Release date Australia
June 27th, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
Toplink Publishing, LLC
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