Takechanpoo wrote:the hotel owner just putting his self-writing and self-publishing books on his own hotel rooms.
what on earth is problem with it? ah? no problem, needless to say.
and what japan side has been denying is so-called great nanjin massacre, not nanjin incident. in other words, j-side just has denied the exaggerated-by-chinese-government part of the incident(concretely the number of 300,000), never has denied a certain scale of atrocity itself happened in nanjin.
most of non-jpanese ppl never have verified what j-side has insisted about this incident. they just loosely follow the safe side just by hearsay and vague impression. if you actually strictly verify what j-side has insisted, you will have to notice how much china side exaggerated and made up and change your opinion about this issue just like you have already changed your opinion about comfort women issue.
wangta wrote:I agree there are question marks over sources from people such as Iris Chang and the numbers of dead and tortured may very well be less than what has usually been written. However, primary sources written at the time give evidence, for example from the 'good German' I mentioned before, that Nanjing/Nanking massacres did take place and fit the definition of war crimes on the part of the Japanese military and their Japanese civilian helpers. I do understand that part of this could be the responsibility of certain Chinese.
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