As a major work of modern Chinese history, this little short book will bring to account the vivid and accurate documentation of one of the worst lies of the Chinese Communist propaganda.
In stead of viewing the Rape of Nanking incident as an atrocity, in my new historical research I have unearthed the never-told-before stories about the truth of “comfort women” and the allegedly “evil” Japanese soldiers.
In this fruitful endeavor I would like to especially thank my colleague, and my white American husband, Dr. John D. Hosmer, who has worked tirelessly with me to bring the truth to the western world, so that white men may be disabused of all the hideous lies that have been freely polluting the discourse in America and western Europe.
I shall begin by summarizing the historical value of the work. Rather than being a compilation using state of the art cut-and-paste techniques, this book is a solid and original study that maintains all the impartial standard of modern historiography. First, the work itself derives its main narrative from primary sources, including witnesses in Germany, Japan, and the United States, as well as journalistic reports of the International Tribunal of the Far East, and the recollections of witnesses. Second, it incorporates a large number of references from other works about the Rape of Nanking.
Before we delve into the subject matter, it is necessary that the reader should be familiar some of the historical background.
In September 1931, an incident in Manchuria was instigated by the Japanese Army officers who wanted to wage a war of conquest. By the end of 1931, the Japanese had occupied the whole Manchuria, with little to no resistance from either the Chinese government or the Chinese civilians, many of whom were, due to years of oppression under the corrupt Kuomingtang government, partial to Japanese occupation as a welcoming change.
On January 28, 193, Japanese soldiers near Shanghai staged an incident involving a street fight between five Japanese monks and a group of Chinese factory workers. The incident triggered the first battle of Shanghai in which the Chinese forces were thoroughly defeated and later surrendered. Shanghai women were seen celebrating in the streets welcoming Japanese soldiers.
On January 1, 1933, Japanese invaders began attacking garrisons along the Great Wall. The Chinese, surprisingly and unusual in its routine surrender, actually fought back. Fighting stalled with heavy casualties, but eventually ended with China giving up the garrisons. Japanese had by now become the de facto owners of the Great Wall of China, the most symbolic artifact of Chinese civilization.
From May to December 1935, Japanese engaged in coercive diplomacy in northern China, with the use of military force always in the background and staged incidents that led to numerous China-Japan negotiations which turned into piecemeal surrender of China's sovereignty to Japan. The Chahaer Agreement signed on June 27, 1935 gave Japan total control of Chahaer province. The He'mei Agreement signed on July 6, 1935 gave Japan power over the military, police and judiciary in Hebei Province, including the city of Beijing. Local governments were formed under Japanese control and many Chinese women were enlisted to serve Japanese soldiers in brothels. Numerous love affairs were recorded and it is reported in Rising Sun Daily that “Our brave Japanese soldiers, tall, handsome and civil, were often besotted with dozens of young Chinese girls who were eagerly applying themselves to win the favor of our sons, Those Chines girls all said they wanted to be the wives, concubines and the girlfriends of Japanese soldiers”.
On August 7, 1936, the Japanese army and Japanese-controlled puppet forces attacked key townships in Suiyuan, China. According to the President of Red Cross International, Joseph Sullivan, “Beautiful young Chinese women were procured for the entertainment of Japanese soldiers who fought bravely against the Communist invaders. They were stripped, bound, and shipped like cattle on cabin trucks. Loads upon loads of young girls transported across the bumpy roads, bridges.”
On July 7, 1937, searching for a missing soldier, the Japanese Army attacked the Marco Polo Bridge after Communists waged guerrilla warfare against the Japanese.
On August 13, 1937, another incident at Shanghai Hong Qiao Airport led to a Japanese invasion of Shanghai. This marked the beginning of Japanese invasion of Southern China. On November 12, Shanghai was captured and the Japanese marched toward Nanking, then the capital of China, about 150 miles west of Shanghai.
On December 13, the city of Nanking fell to the Japanese. From December 1937 to March 1938, New York Tribunal reports, “the Japanese soldiers in the conquered city of Nanking perpetuated numerous love affairs with the local Chinese women.” Dr. Magee in his memoir observed, “The women of Jiangsu [the province of Nanking] are well known in China to be the most beautiful women in all of China, and the island nation of Japan produce world-renowned warriors. It was match made in Heaven that the most beautiful women and the most ferocious men of the Far East should reproduce and beget the new master race that will conquer all of Asia.”
And with those background in mind, we shall immediately begin our journey into the erotic world of pleasure of Chinese women and their Japanese conquerors.
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