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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

09 August 2004

The Nanking Atrocities (Online Documentary)


www.geocities.com, US

Supplied note (9 Aug 2004):
"The address of the Nanking Atrocities website has been moved to [see the URL below]. It is due to the University of Missouri's administrative decision not to host its alumnus project on their server any longer. Thus I have migrated the entire project to the [... new] URL. I would appreciate it if you could change the link accordingly. - mk."

Supplied note (12 Aug 2000):
"[C]omprehensive accounts of the Nanking Atrocities that took place 1937-38 Nanking, China during the early stage of the Second Sino-Japanese War. It includes interviews with leading historians in this field as well as historical photographs and a number of other documented materials such as newspaper articles, diaries of former Japanese soldiers and American missionaries who were in Nanking when the incident took place, and the judgment of the Tokyo War Crimes Trial. - mk."

Site contents:
Introduction: I. From Marco Polo Bridge to Nanking, II. Focal Points of the Nanking Atrocities Today, III. (Video) China Invaded;
The Fall of Nanking: I. What Foreign Journalists Witnessed II. (Reference) The New York Times Articles III. (Video) The Battle of China;
The Reign of Terror: I. What Japanese Journalists Witnessed, II. The Safety Zone and American Missionaries, III. (Reference) What Westerners Witnessed, IV.(Video) China Invaded
Confessions of Former Soldiers: I. Killing Prisoners of War, II. The Yamada Detachment, III. Rape and Pillage , IV.(Video) The Battle of China;
Psychological Warfare: I. Chinese Propaganda, II. Japanese Propaganda, III. (Video) Nanking
The Postwar Judgment: I. International Military Tribunal for the Far East, II. Nanking War Crimes Tribunal, III. (Reference) The Judgment of the IMTFE, IV. (Photo Gallery) The Tokyo Trial;
The Nanking Atrocities in the 1990s: I. The Death Toll - Early Estimates, II. The Death Toll - Current Estimates, III. The Controversy in Japan, IV. (Photo Gallery) Nanking City;
Works Cited: Selected bibliography of books, journals, newspapers, and films / List of interviewees / Other references / Military Postcards.
[An August 2000 thesis (http://journalism.missourI. edu/~jschool/nanking/index.htm), by Masato Kajimoto, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Journalism in the Graduate School of Journalism of the University of Missouri-Columbia - ed.]


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Masato Kajimoto (nankingatrocities@yahoo.com)

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