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Writing the wrongs of Japan's atrocities

China Daily | Updated: 2017-07-08 07:07

Author determined to tell truth of war crimes erased from country's memory

TOKYO - Tamaki Matsuoka could never forget about her first visit to Nanjing, China, in August 1988, where she saw evidences of the atrocities committed by the invading Japanese army to the city in 1937 and was deeply shocked.

She was then a history teacher for six-graders in Japan. She found history textbooks vague and ambiguous about the invasive war against China and decided to find out more about the truth.

Writing the wrongs of Japan's atrocities

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