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WWII Building Burma's Death Railway (4 parts)
British POWs and their Japanese captors describe their experience building the railway from Thailand to Burma, commonly referred to as the 'Death Railway'.
History
Human Stories
Video & Audio
Life As A Comfort Woman: Story of Kim Bok-Dong
Interview with grandma Kim Bo-Dong, detailing her experience as a 'comfort woman' and her subsequent advocacy work.
Humanity Studies
Human Stories
Video & Audio
Herstory
Short animation produced with the actual voices of victims from the Japanese Military 'Comfort Women' system. Based on the story of Grandma Jeong Seo-wun.
Humanity Studies
Human Stories
Video & Audio
Former 'Comfort woman' recalls horrors
Former 'comfort woman', Yi Ok-Seon, gives details of what she and thousands of other women experienced many years ago.
Humanity Studies
Human Stories
Video & Audio
The Apology
This film by Tiffany Hsiung features former 'comfort women' forced into sexual slavery during World War II fight for reconciliation and justice as they struggle to make peace with the past.
Humanity Studies
Human Stories
Video & Audio
Oral History: Nanjing Massacre
Survivor testimony of Wang Gui-Ying, during Nanking massacre.
Humanity Studies
Human Stories
Video & Audio
Testimony of Father Macgee
John Gillespie Magee, a U.S. missionary, gave testimonies at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East in July, 1946. He recalled atrocities committed by Japanese troops in the Chinese city of Nanjing in December, 1937.
History
Human Stories
Video & Audio
Chinese Canadians: The Unwanted Soldiers
This film features Howe Lee of the Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society. He talks about how Chinese Canadian soldiers were discriminated against during World War II.
History
Links to Contemporary Issues
Video & Audio
Unit 731: Japan's Biological Force
This BBC Documentary-Feature by Anita McNaught looks into Japan's lesser known atrocities: Human Experimentation under the auspices of its Biological and Chemical warfare program.
Science and Technology
Inter-generational Impact
Video & Audio
China and Japan at War
This podcast from Witness on BBC tells the story of the Nanjing Massacre.
History
Inter-generational Impact
Video & Audio
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