UNESCO Acquires Comfort Women Evidence

| June 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization has gladly acquired the sensational and critical documents in relation to the 1937 Nanjing Massacre and comfort women issue. These helpless comfort women were those females who were mercilessly used as sex slaves by Japanese soldiers during the Second World War. The said momentous event is in consonance with the Memory of the World Program, as reported by Xinhua, China’s very own state media. Briefly, the so-called Memory of the World, is UNESCO’s unique program which aims to preserve a historical-oriented material that has something to do with global heritage.

These defiant comfort women is proudly given by UNESCO the distinction that they rightfully deserve.

These defiant comfort women is proudly given by UNESCO the distinction that they rightfully deserve.

Furthermore, the distinguished spokesperson of China’s Foreign Ministry whose name is Hua Chunying has disclosed that those materials about comfort women are first handed ones. These documents bitterly contained the Japanese’s authorities atrocities from December 13, 1937 until the 1st day of March, 1938. Apart from those sex slaves by the Japanese, there were also some incidences of Chinese soldiers’ slaughter as well as those innocent civilians who were in the same manner had experienced the tyranny of Japanese conquerors.

Previously, the government of Japan has called on the attention of China to withdraw the turnover of those devastating papers about comfort women. But as people often say. Let no stone remain remain to be unturned. Gladly, these courageous and undaunted comfort women have finally seen the light of day after all those pains, sacrifices and hardships that they had gone through all these years.

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