References for Chronology Pt. 3 Japan Atrocities

References for Chronology Pt. 3 Japan Atrocities

Jake Adelstein. The Uncomfortable  Truth About “Comfort Women,” Nov. 1, 2014

Herbert Bix. Hirohito: String Puller Not Puppet. Op Ed, NYT, Sept 30, 2014
 Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan, 2000

Daniel Barenblatt. A Plague Upon Humanity: The Secret Genocide of Axis Japan’s Germ Warfare Operation, 2004

Katherine Brooks. History of ‘Comfort Women’: A WWII Tragedy We Can’t Forget, Huffington Post, 2013

Iris Chang. The Rape of Nanjing, 1997

Deh Chien Chen. The Forgotten Holocaust: Nanking Massacre, 2001

Yuan-Fang Chen. Japanese Death Factories and the American Cover-up, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 6 (1997) 240-242.

China History: Rape in Nanking Yamada Unit Soldiers YouTube

Dark Medicine: Rationalizing Unethical Medical Research. Indiana University Press, 2007.

Frederick Dickinson. Biohazard: Unit 731 in Postwar Japanese Politics of National “Forgetfulness”, Japan Focus, 2007

Martin Fackler. Rewriting the War, Japanese Right Attacks a Newspaper, NYT, 2014)

Diane Feinstein. Introduces the Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Act, The Congressional Record Nov. 10, 1999, pp S14533-S14571

Mark Felton. The Devil’s Doctors: Japanese Human Experiments on Allied Prisoners of War

Patrick Fong. Impunity Of Japan’s Secret Biological Warfare Unit, 2000

Hal Gold. Unit 731: Testimony; Japan’s Wartime Human Experimentation and the Post-War Cover-Up, 1996

Shane Green. The Asian Auschwitz of Unit 731, The Age, 2002
International Business Times 2014.

Daniel Greenfield. Unbroken: Japan Still in Deep Denial Over Cannibalism Against US Soldiers, Frontpage Magazine, December 13, 2014

Robert Gromer, John Powell, and Burt Roling. “Japan’s Biological Weapons 1930-1945: A Hidden Chapter in History” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 1981

Sheldon Harris. Japanese Medical Atrocities in WWII: Unit 731 Was Not An Isolated Aberration.” A paper read at the International Citizens Forum on War Crimes & Redress, Tokyo, Dec. 11, 1999, posted, 2000; Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare,1932-45, and the American Cover-Up, Routledge, 1994, revised 2002

Christopher Hudson. Doctors of Depravity, Daily Mail (UK) 2007

Jeffrey Hays. Graphic descriptions of 731 atrocities Facts and Details

Horrors of Bio-War Haunt WWII Japanese Soldier, China Daily, Sept. 20, 2004)

Interagency Working  Group. Researching Japanese War Crimes Records, National Archives & Records Administration, 2006;

Interagency Working Group. Nazi War Crimes & Japanese Imperial Government Records, Final Report to the United States Congress, April 2007

Japan’s Biowarfare Exposed, Reuters; Taipei Times, March 2004

Japanese War Experiments: the Horrors of Unit 731. China History Forum, 2005

Jayalakshmi. War Crimes in WWII: Japanese Practiced Cannibalism on Indian soldiers, International Business Times, Aug. 11, 2014

Joseph Kahn. Shouting the Pain From Japan’s Germ Attacks, The New York Times, Nov. 23, 2002

Tsuneishi Keiichi. New Facts about US Payoff to Japan’s Biological Warfare Unit 731, Aug, 2005; English translation posted at Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, Aug. 2006;

Tsuneishi Keiichi. Unit 731 and the Japanese Imperial Army’s Biological Warfare Program, Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 2002;

Tsuneishi Keiichi. Unit 731 and the Japanese Imperial Army’s Biological Warfare Program, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 2005

Mindy Kotler. The Comfort Women and Japan’s War o Truth, The New York Times, Nov. 14, 2014

Nicholas D. Kristof. Unmasking Horror: Japan Confronting Gruesome War Atrocity, NYT, 1995

Kathleen Woods Masalski. Examining the Japanese History Textbook Controversies, Stanford International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2001

Justin McCurry. Japan Unearths Site Linked to Human Experiments, The Guardian (UK) Feb 21, 2011;
Justin McCurry. Japanese Veteran Admits Vivisection Tests on POWs, The Guardian, Nov. 27, 2006

National Archives. Interagency Working  Group. Japanese War Crimes documents, 2006  (declassified, 2007)

Jing-Bao Nie. Challenges of Japanese doctors’ human experimentation for East-Asian and Chinese bioethics, Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics, 2001

Yoshiko Nozaki and Mark Selden. Japanese Textbook Controversies, Nationalism, and Historical Memory: Intra-and International Conflicts, Asia-Pacific Journal, 2009

The Other Holocaust: Nanjing Massacre, Unit 731, Unit 100, Unit 516.”

Christopher Reed. The U.S. and the Japanese Mengele: Payoffs and Amnesty for Unit 731 Scientists, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 2006

Sneha Shankar. China Releases Confession Of Japanese War Criminals Accused Of Killing Civilians And Using Chemical Weapons: Xinhua, International Business Times, July 9, 2014

Manimugdha Sharma. Japanese Ate Indian POWs, Used Them as Live Targets in WWII, Times of India, Aug. 11, 2014 (cites The Times of London, November 5, 1946

Yuki Tanaka. Hidden Horrors: Japanese War Crimes In World War II, 1996 (Reviewed by Florentino Rodao, 1997)

Takashi Tsuchiya. The Imperial Japanese Experiments in China in The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics, Ed. By Ezekiel Emanuel, 2008;
Takashi Tsuchiya. Why Japanese doctors performed human experiments in China 1933-1945,” Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics, 2000;
Takashi Tsuchiya. The Nuremberg Code Revisited: A Japanese Perspective, 2000

Unit 731 Nightmare in Manchuria (History Channel, 2012) YouTube

Lucy Williamson. Comfort Women: South Korea’s Survivors of Japanese Brothels, British Broadcasting Co., May 29, 2013

Russell Working. The Trial of Unit 731, Japan Times, 2001

Tien-wei Wu. A Preliminary Review of Studies of Japanese Biological Warfare and Unit 731 in the United States

Arata Yamamoto. Japan’s Experiments on U.S. POWs: Exhibit Highlights Horrific History, NBC News, April 9, 2015

Yoshimi Yoshiaki. Comfort Women: Sexual Slavery in the Japanese Military During World War II, 1995; Translated into English by Suzanne O’Brien, 2002

James Yin Shi Young. The Rape of Nanking: An Undeniable History In Photograph, 1996.

Shimbun Yomiuri. Yasukuni: Behind the Torii: From Government-run Shrine for War heroes to bone of Contention, Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 2005)

Jin Xide. Japanese Wartime Aggressors “Savage and Cruel” – Why and How, 2005