Comfort Women not "Sex Slaves" by Koichi Mera
Rectifying the Myriad of Perspectives

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"Mera’s book is too short to deliver a comprehensive or compelling argument. Still, for those interested in a different viewpoint than is traditionally espoused, it does offer insight on the perspective of those who claim that Japan was unfairly accused of enslaving the comfort women."
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"COMFORT WOMEN NOT SEX-SLAVES
Presents an alternative view about Comfort Women to the prevailing one in the United States, but is well established among intellectuals in Japan. This is a story of misconception which took place with evil intention of a few persons, but spread widely in the world as a wild fire. One promoter was Asahi Newspaper, hither-to highly respected national newspaper of Japan, but which confessed its mistakes in the summer of 2014. This was a significant momentum in changing the view on Comfort Women of many in Japan. This book is dedicated to revising the knowledge on Comfort Women of English- speaking people in light of new developments."
 

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Published July 15, 2015 by Xlibris US. 119 pages
Genres: History, Travel. Non-fiction
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on Oct 05 2015

"Mera’s book is too short to deliver a comprehensive or compelling argument. Still, for those interested in a different viewpoint than is traditionally espoused, it does offer insight on the perspective of those who claim that Japan was unfairly accused of enslaving the comfort women."

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