Edwards 2013 Prostitution

Title Information


Author: Wallace Edwards

Title: Comfort Women

Subtitle: A History of Japanese Forced Prostitution During the Second World War

Place: Anaheim, CA

Publisher: Absolute Crime

Year: 2013

Pages: 85pp.

ISBN-13: 9781490517216 – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: 20th Century | Japanese History | Types: "Comfort Women", Wartime Rape / Asia-Pacific War



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Contents:

  Introduction: Comfort Women during the War Years (p. 5)
  Chapter 1: The Establishment of Comfort Stations (p. 11)
  Chapter 2: Reasoning and Justification (p. 32)
  Chapter 3: Recruitment (p. 38)
  Chapter 4: Structure and Regulation (p. 50)
    The Treatment of Comfort Women (p. 55)
  Chapter 5: Comfort Women's Stories (p. 69)
  Chapter 6: The End of the War (p. 87)
    Comfort Women and the Occupying Forces (p. 92)
  Chapter 7: Survival (p. 100)
    Diplomacy and the Comfort Women (p. 104)
    Speaking Out (p. 107)
  Chapter 8: The Final Chapters (p. 125)
  Bibliography (p. 127)

Description:

»One of the worst cases of sex slavery is from an unlikely place and time: Japan...the Second World War. Different estimates say between 20,000 and 400,000 women from all over Asian were forced into prostitution to "comfort" the soldiers.
This book gives the often forgotten history of how it happened, who was involved, how they were treated, and the apology that came years later.« [Source: Absolute Crime]

Wikipedia: Comfort women, Japanese war crimes, Pacific War, War rape


Added: October 26, 2013 | Last updated: October 26, 2013