7 edition of Legacies of the comfort women of World War II found in the catalog.
|Statement||Margaret D. Stetz and Bonnie B.C. Oh., editors.|
|Contributions||Stetz, Margaret D. 1953-, Oh, Bonnie B. C.|
|LC Classifications||D810.C698 L44 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 230 p. :|
|Number of Pages||230|
|ISBN 10||0765605430, 0765605449|
|LC Control Number||2001020048|
Comfort women were women and girls forced into being sex slaves by the Imperial Japanese Army in occupied countries and territories before and during World War II.. The name "comfort women" is a translation of the Japanese ianfu (慰安婦), a euphemism for "prostitute(s)". Estimates vary as to how many women were involved, with numbers ranging from as low as 20, (by Japanese historian Also known as: sexual slavery in the Imperial Japanese Army. The Comfort Women System: Sexual Slavery during World War II One can learn from reading a book or attending a lecture, but the lesson becomes real when you experience it. This is what Lee Oksun experienced as she shared her story. Lee and I are at the House of Sharing located in Gwangju, Geyonggi-do Province, outside Seoul, South : Christine Kim.
This is a book about the “comfort women,” women who were forced to have sex with Japanese soldiers. The subtitle is Sexual Slavery in the Japanese Military During World War II. (Minor complaint here; the cover of the book at the bottom, and the color of font used for the subtitle is almost the same, making it rather difficult to read the /5. Online shopping for Women - World War II from a great selection at Books Store. Comfort Women: Sexual Slavery in the Japanese Military During World War II 2 #3 price CDN$ CDN$ In Memory's Kitchen: A Legacy from the Women of Terezin 3. price CDN$ CDN$ This Wild Spirit: Women in the Rocky Mountains of Canada.
Legacies of World War II in South and East Asia. In this Book. Additional Information. Another example is the question of comfort women. Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's statement - that there is no evidence that Japan's government or army forced women to work in military brothels during the War - appeared to go back on a Cited by: 7. THE LEGACY OF WORLD WAR TWO “COMFORT WOMEN” It is unfortunate that the use of the euphemism was fully intended and realized by the Japanese during World War II when as many as , to , Asian girls were forced into military brothels. In recent times.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War by: During World War II, hundreds of thousands of women, about 80 percent of whom were from Korea, but also from other parts ofAsia, were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese army to "serve" soldiers on the front lines.
Generally known as "comfort women,". these victims were stationed in "comfort stations" throughout Asia and the South by: 1. 1st Edition Published on by Routledge The stories of the former comfort women have galvanized both Asian and non-Asian intellectuals working in a v Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War II - 1st Edition - Margaret.
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But there is nothing comfortable about the way these women from all over Asia were used by the Japanese Military during the war, May I also add that it was not just WW2 but in their war against Korea and China before the war of the world ever came by: Buy Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War II 1 by Stetz, Margaret D., Oh, Bonnie B.
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Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 05/31/ Publisher: Taylor & Francis. Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard® Brand: Taylor & Francis. Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War II, a book of essays, was inspired by an international conference on "Comfort Women" held at Georgetown University in Washington, D.
in The collection is a must read for scholars, activists, and Asianists interested not only in historical detail, but also in understanding the persisting, unresolved issues of World War II that cloud Japan's relations.
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Get this from a library. Legacies of the comfort women of World War II. [Margaret D Stetz; Bonnie B C Oh;] -- The stories of the former comfort women -- long suppressed, but now emerging -- have galvanized both Asian and non-Asian intellectuals working. Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War II (e-bok) and artists have been preserving, interpreting, and disseminating the legacies of the comfort women and also drawing lessons from these.
The essays consider the impact and influence of the comfort women's stories on a wide variety of fields and describe how those stories are now being. The Japanese imperial system and the Korean "comfort women" of World War II / Bonnie B.C.
Oh --"Comfort women" and the cultural tradition of prostitution in Japanese erotic art / Linda Gertner Zatlin --"Comfort women" in the Dutch East Indies / Yuki Tanaka --Prostitutes versus sex slaves: the politics of representing the "comfort women. During World War II, the Japanese established military brothels in the countries they occupied.
The women in these "comfort stations" were forced into sexual slavery and moved around the region as Japanese aggression increased. Known as "comfort women," their story is an often understated tragedy of the war that continues to strike debate.
In terms of so-called comfort women, US interrogation report of the captured comfort women during the WW2 in Burma, “Japanese Prisoner of War Interrogation Report No. Korean Comfort Women” concluded that these women were prostitutes.1/5. Overwomen across Asia were victims of enforced prostitution by the Japanese Imperial Forces during World War II.
Until as recently as the Japanese government continued to deny this shameful aspect of its wartime history/5. Life as a "comfort woman": Survivors remember a WWII atrocity that was ignored for decades agreement over Japan's use of Korean "comfort women" during World War II. legacy of "comfort.Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War II at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.1/5.