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Chinese Comfort Women : Testimonies from Imperial Japan's Sex Slaves

By: Qiu, Peipei.
Contributor(s): Zhiliang, Su | Lifei, Chen.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Oxford Oral History Series: Publisher: London : Oxford University Press, USA, 2014Description: 1 online resource (278 p.).ISBN: 9780199373901.Subject(s): Abduction -- China -- History -- 20th century | Comfort women -- China -- Biography | Comfort women -- China -- History | Japanese -- China -- History -- 20th century | Prostitution -- China -- History -- 20th century | Sex crimes -- China -- History -- 20th century | Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945 -- Atrocities | Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945 -- Women -- ChinaGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Chinese Comfort Women : Testimonies from Imperial Japan's Sex SlavesDDC classification: 940.53/51086949 | 940.5351086949 LOC classification: DS777.533.W65 Q58 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Chinese Comfort Women: Testimonies from Imperial Japan�s Sex Slaves""; ""Copyright""; ""Dedication""; ""Contents""; ""Figures and Tables""; ""Figures""; ""Tables""; ""Abbreviations""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Foreword""; ""Chinese Comfort Women""; ""Introduction""; ""English Publications of the Survivors� Narratives""; ""Key Debates""; ""Untold Stories""; ""New Research in China""; ""The Contribution of this Book""; ""Structure""; ""Source Materials""; ""PART 1: The War Remembered""; ""1: Japan�s Aggressive War and the Military “Comfort Women� System""
""2: The Mass Abduction of Chinese Women""""3: Different Types of Military “Comfort Stations� in China""; ""4: Crimes Fostered by the “Comfort Women� System""; ""Room""; ""Food""; ""Clothing""; ""Medical Conditions""; ""Sexual Slavery and Torture""; ""Surveillance and Escape""; ""Death and Suicide""; ""PART 2: The Survivors� Voices""; ""5: Eastern Coastal Region""; ""Lei Guiying""; ""Zhou Fenying""; ""Zhu Qiaomei""; ""Lu Xiuzhen""; ""6: Warzones in Central and Northern China""; ""Yuan Zhulin""; ""Tan Yuhua""; ""Yin Yulin""; ""Wan Aihua""; ""7: Southern China Frontlines""
""Huang Youliang""""Chen Yabian""; ""Lin Yajin""; ""Li Lianchun""; ""PART 3: The Postwar Struggles""; ""8: Wounds That Do Not Heal""; ""9: The Redress Movement""; ""10: Litigation on the Part of Chinese Survivors""; ""The First Lawsuit Brought Forward by Former Chinese Comfort Women""; ""The Second Lawsuit""; ""The Third Lawsuit""; ""The Fourth Lawsuit""; ""11: International Support""; ""Epilogue""; ""Notes""; ""Foreword""; ""Introduction""; ""Chapter 1: Japan�s Aggressive War and the Military “Comfort Women� System""; ""Chapter 2: The Mass Abduction of Chinese Women""
""Chapter 3: Different Types of Military “Comfort Stations� in China""""Chapter 4: Crimes Fostered by the “Comfort Women� System""; ""PART 2: THE SURVIVORS� VOICES""; ""Chapter 5: Eastern Coastal Region""; ""Chapter 6: Warzones in Central and Northern China""; ""Chapter 7: Southern China Frontlines""; ""Chapter 8: Wounds That Do Not Heal""; ""Chapter 9: The Redress Movement""; ""Chapter 10: Litigation on the Part of Chinese Survivors""; ""Chapter 11: International Support""; ""Epilogue""; ""Bibliography""; ""Newspapers""; ""Internet Resources""; ""Books and Articles""; ""Index""
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Summary: During the Asia-Pacific War, the Japanese military forced hundreds of thousands of women across Asia into ""comfort stations"" where they were repeatedly raped and tortured. Japanese imperial forces claimed they recruited women to join these stations in order to prevent the mass rape of local women and the spread of venereal disease among soldiers. In reality, these women were kidnapped and coerced into sexual slavery. Comfort stations institutionalized rape, and these ""comfort women"" were subjected to atrocities that have only recently become the subject of international debate. Chinese Com
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""Cover""; ""Chinese Comfort Women: Testimonies from Imperial Japan�s Sex Slaves""; ""Copyright""; ""Dedication""; ""Contents""; ""Figures and Tables""; ""Figures""; ""Tables""; ""Abbreviations""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Foreword""; ""Chinese Comfort Women""; ""Introduction""; ""English Publications of the Survivors� Narratives""; ""Key Debates""; ""Untold Stories""; ""New Research in China""; ""The Contribution of this Book""; ""Structure""; ""Source Materials""; ""PART 1: The War Remembered""; ""1: Japan�s Aggressive War and the Military “Comfort Women� System""

""2: The Mass Abduction of Chinese Women""""3: Different Types of Military “Comfort Stations� in China""; ""4: Crimes Fostered by the “Comfort Women� System""; ""Room""; ""Food""; ""Clothing""; ""Medical Conditions""; ""Sexual Slavery and Torture""; ""Surveillance and Escape""; ""Death and Suicide""; ""PART 2: The Survivors� Voices""; ""5: Eastern Coastal Region""; ""Lei Guiying""; ""Zhou Fenying""; ""Zhu Qiaomei""; ""Lu Xiuzhen""; ""6: Warzones in Central and Northern China""; ""Yuan Zhulin""; ""Tan Yuhua""; ""Yin Yulin""; ""Wan Aihua""; ""7: Southern China Frontlines""

""Huang Youliang""""Chen Yabian""; ""Lin Yajin""; ""Li Lianchun""; ""PART 3: The Postwar Struggles""; ""8: Wounds That Do Not Heal""; ""9: The Redress Movement""; ""10: Litigation on the Part of Chinese Survivors""; ""The First Lawsuit Brought Forward by Former Chinese Comfort Women""; ""The Second Lawsuit""; ""The Third Lawsuit""; ""The Fourth Lawsuit""; ""11: International Support""; ""Epilogue""; ""Notes""; ""Foreword""; ""Introduction""; ""Chapter 1: Japan�s Aggressive War and the Military “Comfort Women� System""; ""Chapter 2: The Mass Abduction of Chinese Women""

""Chapter 3: Different Types of Military “Comfort Stations� in China""""Chapter 4: Crimes Fostered by the “Comfort Women� System""; ""PART 2: THE SURVIVORS� VOICES""; ""Chapter 5: Eastern Coastal Region""; ""Chapter 6: Warzones in Central and Northern China""; ""Chapter 7: Southern China Frontlines""; ""Chapter 8: Wounds That Do Not Heal""; ""Chapter 9: The Redress Movement""; ""Chapter 10: Litigation on the Part of Chinese Survivors""; ""Chapter 11: International Support""; ""Epilogue""; ""Bibliography""; ""Newspapers""; ""Internet Resources""; ""Books and Articles""; ""Index""

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During the Asia-Pacific War, the Japanese military forced hundreds of thousands of women across Asia into ""comfort stations"" where they were repeatedly raped and tortured. Japanese imperial forces claimed they recruited women to join these stations in order to prevent the mass rape of local women and the spread of venereal disease among soldiers. In reality, these women were kidnapped and coerced into sexual slavery. Comfort stations institutionalized rape, and these ""comfort women"" were subjected to atrocities that have only recently become the subject of international debate. Chinese Com

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Peipei Qiu is Professor of Chinese and Japanese, Louise Boyd Dale and Alfred Lichtenstein Chair in Modern Languages, and Director of the Asian Studies Program at Vassar College.Su Zhiliang is Professor of History, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Communication, and Director of the Research Center for Chinese "Comfort Women" at Shanghai Normal University.Chen Lifei is Professor of Journalism, Chair of the Department of Publishing and Media Studies, and Deputy Director of the Center for Women's Studies at Shanghai Normal University.

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