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This is a difficult book to read, but one which is filled with important truths about what happened.
Chang could have been more objective, but after reading the book, it is hard to say anything positive about the Japanese behavior.
Excellent book concerning the crimes and atrocities committed against the Chinese in Nanking in 1937 by the Japanese army.
This documentary is a very important piece of history which was completely excluded from my and my children's education. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Aquinas
Very excellent text, I first became aware of this period of history when there were outcries about the Japanese honoring their war heroes yearly some of whom in fact were... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Kate
A chilling view into a chapter of world history that has remained invisible to most Americans. This book draws back the current on The Rape of Nanking!Published 1 month ago by Author vet
excellent historical view, very intense; not for the faint heartedPublished 1 month ago by left lane willy
This book is a heartbreaking read. A lot of the top rated reviewers have already stated what I would say about the book itself, so I will just tell a story about my experience here... Read morePublished 1 month ago by PP O N E