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April 17, 2007

The document that is the “conclusive proof” that showed the “participation” of the Japanese army in the comfort women

Filed under: IANFU 'comfort women' — Sei-no-Syounagon @ 4:18 pm

In 1992, the document that is the “conclusive proof” that showed the “participation” of the Japanese army in the comfort women was discoverd.
Because the comfort women does the business to the Japanese Army, it is clear that there was “Participation” of the army from former.
The true meaning of the discovery of this document was to have clarified the content of “Participation” of the army.

The War Ministry sent the document, dated March 4, 1938, to the troops dispatched to China. The document, titled “Regarding the recruiting of women at the army’s comfort stations,” said there were malicious brokers who were recruiting women in a way “similar to kidnapping.”
It said, “Nothing should be overlooked so that the military’s prestige and social orders are maintained.” The document indicates how the Imperial Japanese Army tried to make sure that women were not forcibly recruited.

There are people who say, “This document is the evidence that the Japanese army did the compulsion taking as for the comfort women”.
They might have done such a misunderstanding because they were not able to read Japanese. Even if it considers that, the misunderstanding is cruel.
This is to turn out at once if it examines it.

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  1. […] by the U.S. Congressional Research Service, which was delivered to the congressmen on April 3 The document that is the “conclusive proof” that showed the “participation” … […]

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