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Books published to commemorate Nanjing Massacre victims

By CANG WEI | | Updated: 2023-12-08 19:18
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The Memorial Hall for the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders recently presented the latest research and books documenting the Nanjing Massacre in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. They serve as a collective expression of remembrance and a commitment to peace.

According to Zhou Feng, curator of the museum, the books cover various aspects such as basic research, social education and international communication.

Some of the newly released books include The Diary of John Rabe: The Enemy Planes Over Nanjing (Complete Translation), The Diary of John Rabe (Youth Edition) and the updated version of The Judgments of the Far Eastern International Military Tribunal.

The Diary of John Rabe (Youth Edition) is based on a 1997 single-volume edition of Rabe's diary. While the violent descriptions have been condensed, the book includes hand-drawn illustrations by Rabe, historical pictures and introductions by the translator. They are designed with readable fonts and dedicated bookmarks, making them more suitable for the young readers.

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