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    comfort women

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    Japanese government, majority of Koreans were devastated. The government officials hauled both men and women off to Japan. A lot of men were forced to fight for the empire and the rest were performed medical experiments on their bodies. Concurrently, some women were sent to factories which made bullets and clothes. Others were tragically compelled to be sex slaves, known as "Comfort Women". The comfort women are a big issue between South Korea and Japan. "The Japanese government has maintained that the

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    Japan’s Comfort Women Book Review

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    A main argument Tanaka has is the constant denial of the Japanese comfort women. It became something that was not talked about. Tanaka mentions his father and his uncles, “…very little reference was made to the live of local Chinese people…” (pg.2). They had kept all quiet when it came to talking about the wrongs of the war. Soldier’s and the government feign ignorance when it comes to the matter of comfort women. The head of the allied troops did the same covering the sexual crimes of occupation

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    Japan’s Comfort Women Book Review

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    In 2002 Yuki Tanaka published a book titled, “Japan’s Comfort Women. On the military use of women during the Japanese war. The subtitle, “Sexual slavery and prostitution during World War 2 and the US occupation,” gives a short description on what the book will be about. In the introduction to the book Tanaka starts with how sex is a beautiful thing that is shared by two people. That is suppose help bring life into the world, but as soon as someone involves sex in wartimes it becomes ugly and “exploited”

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    Yuki Tanaka's "Japan's Comfort Women" This paper is a review of the book Japan’s Comfort Women-Sexual slavery and prostitution during WWII and the US occupation by Yuki Tanaka. This book was published in 2002 by Routledge. The book deals with the thousands of Japanese, Korean, Chinese and other Asian and European women who were victims of organized sexual violence and prostitution by means of “comfort stations” setup by the Japanese military during World War II. As we first get into the book

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    Korean Comfort Women

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    Comfort women, or ianfu as they are called in Korean, are females who were forced sex slaves for the Japanese Imperial Army (Chunghee). Some of the women were dragged off with physical force as their families wept, while others were actually sold to the army by their destitute families (Watanabe). Still other were officially drafted by the Japanese Imperial Army and believed they would be factory workers or nurses (Hwang in Schellstede 4). Some Korean village leaders were ordered to send young women

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    to invent a comfort women system. The system started off with real Japanese prostitute volunteers, but then turned to tricking and abducing women into the system once volunteers ran out. As the Pacific War continued, Japanese forces began establishing “comfort stations” in many other parts of Asia. When studying the Japanese Comfort Women system of World War II, it is apparent who the people who suffered the most were. The Japanese Armed Forces sought after a certain group(s) of women who were seen

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    scale until 1945. During World War II, the Japanese military forced women from various different countries to work as comfort women to the Japanese soldiers. Trafficking in women is a form of sexual slavery in which women are transported across national borders and sold for prostitution, sex tourism, or migrant workers. Women were kidnapped or brought over under false pretenses thinking that they were being given jobs. The comfort women of the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II are an extreme case

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    Comfort Women In Ww2

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    applies, and that is with comfort women. World War II was a tragic time of brutality and violence that saw many lives lost, and many human rights violated; however the use of "comfort women" by the Japanese not only violated their rights but continues to be controversial today. Comfort Women were women forced into prostitution corps, created by Japan during the WWII. Till today, the brutality of this wrong-doing remains unacknowledged by the Japanese authorities. “Comfort Women” was a more pleasant

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    Japanese Comfort Women

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    As awareness of women’s rights is increasing, atrocities of the Japanese Imperial Army are unveiling. “Comfort women” is sexual slavery system that was utilized by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. Due to pervious traumatic experiences and inputs they had, the struggle of former sex slaves for their rights and justice started in 1991, which is still continuing in present times. While they are declaring that Japanese Imperial Military trampled on their rights, some Japanese officials

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    Some years ago, the environment of women’s human rights was bad so women created a lot of women’s organization, protected, and took care of themselves. These days, the Korean government made Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. At first time, they use a lot of money and protect women. However, some years later, they changed act from “for family” to “only for women”. Moreover, a lot of women’s organization follow them. And is braver than before. Therefore, women’s human rights can take again their

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