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This book was the effort from Chinese/American author Iris Chang to raise awareness of the horrifying events of December, 1937, when Nanking, then the capital of China was, along... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Scott Hedegard
Iris Chang has been accused of being overly partial to the Chinese, and palpably accusatory to the Japanese. If so--so what? Read morePublished 10 days ago by L. A. Veronie II
WELL WRITTEN AND EASY TO READ A VERY INTERESTING TIME IN HISTORY THAT CAN NOT BEFORE FORGOTTEN i ALSO FOLLOWED UP THE BOOK WITH THE DVD TOO BOTH ARE WORTH YOU TIMEPublished 12 days ago by Chickygrey
Essential reading to understand Chineese history and current relations between China and Japan.Published 20 days ago by David L. Sherrill
So very sad that Iris could not pull out of her deep depression and continue to write. Very talented author.Published 1 month ago by Moocow
Before reading this book, I was well aware that a large number of Nanking's citizens were massacred after the Japanese stormed through the city. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel K.
This books evokes so many unrest feeling about Japan as a civil and responsible society. On one hand, Japanese are docile and ,after WW 2, peace-loving in the eyes of Americans and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Foggyincisco
The 3 angle views that Iris had taken to write this book give a clear and fair perspective of this unfortunate historical event. Read morePublished 1 month ago
First described to me as a student during a war and politics class, the West has largely forgotten the eponymous atrocities committed by the Japanese. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harold the Heron