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Read by David Andrew Schmidt. The were women and girls forcibly recruited and abducted or lured by deception under the authority of the Japanese Imperial Military and forced to provide sex for the Japanese Imperial Army

Read by David Andrew Schmidt. The were women and girls forcibly recruited and abducted or lured by deception under the authority of the Japanese Imperial Military and forced to provide sex for the Japanese Imperial Army. Estimates of the number of women and girls range between 100,000 and 200,000, of which about 80 percent were Korean. This work provides a chronological treatment of the issue along wit The were women and girls forcibly recruited and abducted or lured by deception under the authority of the Japanese Imperial Military and forced to provide sex for the Japanese Imperial Army.

At the beginning of the Pacific War in 1941, the Imperial Japanese Army contained 51 divisions, most of which (27 divisions) were stationed in China. From 1942, troops were sent to Hong Kong (23rd Army), the Philippines (14th Army), Thailand (15th Army), Burma (15th Army), Dutch East Indies (16th Army), and Malaya (25th Army).

Three former comfort women, Koreans, broke their silence in 1991 and sued the Japanese government and requested a formal apology and reparations. Their lawsuit made the international community aware of the ianfu issue, which had been concealed for half a century. ISBN13: 9780773478251. Release Date: January 2000.

SCHMIDT, DAVID ANDREW (Author) JAPANESE STUDIES; VOL. 10 (Author) Edwin Mellen Press (Publisher). In 1944, at the height of activity, up to half a million were based there with the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF)

SCHMIDT, DAVID ANDREW (Author) JAPANESE STUDIES; VOL. In 1944, at the height of activity, up to half a million were based there with the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). Their job was to man and maintain the vast fleets of aircraft needed to attack German cities and industry.

One of the first books to present the Japanese side of the war in the Pacific. Focusing on the reasons for Japanese success, it discusses the strengths and weaknesses in the army. It provides insights into the workings of the Japanese high command. For anyone interested in World War II, this book is well worth reading. Bowling Green Daily News. An encyclopedic study of the ships, men, aircraft, strategy and doctorine of the powerful navy that confronted the .

Comfort women were women and girls forced into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army in occupied territories before and during World War II. Controversy over and protest against the term remain, especially from surviving women and the nations from which they were. Controversy over and protest against the term remain, especially from surviving women and the nations from which they were taken, about the continued reference to the women as "comfort women" instead of. "sex slaves. The name "comfort women" is a translation of the Japanese ianfu (慰安婦), a euphemism for "prostitute(s)".

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By 1941, the Japanese Army Air Force had about 1,500 combat aircraft. During the first years of the war, Japan continued technical development and deployment of increasingly advanced aircraft and enjoyed air superiority over most battlefields due to the combat experience of its crews and the handling qualities of its aircraft. Operational Organization. Before World War I, the basic unit of the Army Air Service was the Air Battalion (航空大隊, Kōkū Daitai), each consisting of two squadrons (中隊, Chutai) with nine aircraft each, plus three reserve aircraft and three earmarked for use by the headquarters, for a total of 24 aircraft per battalion.

Ianfu-The Comfort Women of the Japanese Imperial Army of the Pacific War: Broken Silence. In the 1970s, Korean women activists, some of whom are now fighting for the chongsindae survivors, protested vehemently against the Japanese goverment's and Japanese society's participation in kisaeng tourism (sex tourism) in Korea. Also, since the mid-1980s, a group of Korean women and men have sought to recognize and publicize the plight of . military camptown (kijich'on) prostitutes as victims of debt bondage and objects of foreign domination.

Ianfu, the comfort women of the Japanese Imperial Army of the Pacific War : bbroken silence, cDavid Andrew Schmidt. bEdwin Mellen Press, cc2000. 300 vi, 218 p. ; c24 cm. 490 1 Japanese studies ; vvol. 10 650 0 Comfort women zKorea xHistory. 650 0 Comfort women xLegal status, laws, etc. xHistory. 650 0 World War, 1939-1945 xAtrocities. 830 0 Japanese studies (Lewiston, . ; vv. 10. 994 E0 bLHM 852 0 bstacks hD810.

Three former comfort women, Koreans, broke their silence in 1991 and sued the Japanese government and requested a formal apology and reparations. Their lawsuit made the international community aware of the "ianfu" issue, which had been concealed for half a century.