The Changing representations of the Nanking massacre: its impact on historical truth by Greg Mclellan
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Language: English. Published on December 18, 2011. Essay » Political.
The writings of soldiers and eyewitnesses of the 1937 Nanking massacre, along with post-war deniers and participants of Japan’s modern academic movement depicts the progressive and dualistic nature of Japanese society. This paper demonstrates the struggle for an accurate representation of the past that results from the socially and politically conflicted post-war Japanese state.