- A Letter from a friend, The "squeaking wheel" �. Kravitz, Martin // Chinese American Forum;Apr1998, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p27
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the story of the Rape of Nanking published in the book "Basic Books," by Marlin Kravitz.
- Revisiting Nanking. Miao, Jinmin // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);08/14/98, Vol. 132 Issue 7, Following p8
Presents a reader's letter in response to `It's History, Not a `Lie' in the July 20, 1998 issue of `Newsweek.' Outrage that Japanese have not shown any compunction for their war atrocities.
- Letter from the Editor. // Bookmarks (15460657);Jul/Aug2011, Issue 53, p2
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Rape of Nanking," by Iris Chang, "Have You Read," by Jane Austen in the July 2011 issue, and "Anne of Green Gables."
- A Nanjing Massacre (1937-38) Videotape in Chinese. // Chinese American Forum;Jan2003, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p49
Reports on the public viewing of the Rape of Nanking Videotape in Mandarin Chinese in Beijing, China. Commemoration to the 62nd Anniversary of the Rape of Nanking; Documentary of the discriminate killing of defenseless Chinese by the Japanese military; Transmission of the news of Nanjing...
- From the Nanjing Massacre to American Global Expansion: Reflections on American and Japanese Amnesia. Katsuichi, Honda // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;2/2/2009, Issue 5, p2
The author reflects on why he begun reporting on the Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Forces of Aggression. He recalls his explorations when he began working as a newspaper journalist, but he then realized that it was not the proper role of the journalist. He claims that a journalist should be...
- The rape of Nanjing. Baker, Kevin // Contemporary Review;Sep95, Vol. 267 Issue 1556, p124
Focuses on the Japanese occupation of Nanjing, China, during the Second World War. Crimes against humanity committed by the Japanese soldiers; Estimates on the number of people killed, and women raped by the Japanese; Foreign community's efforts to help the Chinese civilians; Japanese...
- Nanking massacre merits full accounting by Japanese. Chapman, Michael // Human Events;01/23/98, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p10
Focuses on the book `The Rape of Nanking' by Iris Chang which documented the atrocities committed by Japanese soldiers in Nanking, China during World War II. Chang's intention in writing the book; Examples of atrocities revealed in the book; Diary of Nazi official John Rabe.
- News from Nanking. Trowbridge, Elizabeth C. // American Heritage;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p29
Presents the author's role in getting letters out of Nanking, China in 1938, that were written by men who documented atrocities committed by Japanese soldiers during the rape of Nanking. Author's employment at `The Quarterly Review of Chinese Railways'; Accounts of the war written by George...
- Documentary film Depicting Nanking Massacre Located. // Chinese American Forum;Oct1991, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p35
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