The Comfort Women: Japan's Brutal Regime of Enforced Prostitution in the Second World War
"The most extensive record available in English of the ugly story."—Elisabeth Rubinfein, New York NewsdayOver 100,000 women across Asia were victims of enforced prostitution by the Japanese Imperial Forces during World War II. Until as recently as 1993 the Japanese government continued to deny this shameful aspect of its wartime history. George Hicks's book is the only history in English regarding this terrible enslavement of women.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - K.G.Budge - LibraryThing
Yep. I'm joining Set in reviewing brothel literature.This one is rather grimmer than anything Set has reviewed, though. The comfort women were military prostitutes organized for the Japanese Army from ... Read full review
THE COMFORT WOMEN: Japan's Brutal Regime of Enforced Prostitution in the Second World WarUser Review - Kirkus
A groundbreaking account of one of the least examined atrocities of WW II. Drawing on women's and soldiers' personal accounts, official records, and the work of a handful of other researchers, Hicks ... Read full review
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Limited preview - 1997