The Report on Japan's War Responsibility
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Kikan sensosekinin kenkyu (The Report on Japan's War Responsibility) is a scholarly journal published four times a year. (semiannually since 2013)

Its objective is to inform readers of up-to-date information on various issues on war and responsibility. Back numbers are available from the Center. (Texts are in Japanese only.)

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Contents of back number, No.1-No.80 , Please see the pdf file(Japanese only)  

 


No. 1 (fall 1993)
Greeting of the First Issue (so^kan no ji) Arai Shin'ichi
Japan's Military Policy on "Comfort Women" Yoshimi Yoshiaki
Army's Management of Brothels: An Analysis through Distributed Condoms Hayashi Hirofumi
Findings in Historical Documents Regarding "Comfort Women" Center for Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility  

 
Essay: Another Visit in Summer Nishino Rumiko
Reparation and Compensation in Modern German History Sato^ Takeo
Report of the Study on Former "Comfort Women" in the Philippines Nagata Yumi
Information: Available Video Tapes Regarding Japan's War Responsibility Urgent News: The United Nation's Committee on Human Rights Will Prepare a New Report Arai Shin'ichi

 
: Results of Government Findings (2nd) on the So-Called Comfort Women
No. 2 (winter 1993)
Why Unit 731 Must Be Considered Now Kosida Takashi
Japan's Biological Warfare Yoshimi Yoshiaki/ Iko^ Toshiya
Cover-up and Elucidation: Historiography of Unit 731 Miyazaki Akira
Japan's Biological Warfare Unit in Malay (Singapore) Takashima Nobuyoshi
What was Unit 731
After Opening Exhibits on Unit 731 That Questions War and Postwar Responsibility Watanabe Noboru
Tojo^ Hideki Himself Visited the Unit 731 Headquarters in Pingfang
Essay: Another Thought on "Spring Song" Kawata Fumiko
Historical Meaning of "National Mourning Day" in Germany Sato^ Takeo
A Suit Against Japanese Government by Dutch and English WWII POWs and Internees Niimi Takashi
Japanese Translation of Francis Rey's "La Situation Internationaie de la Coree" Un'no Fukuju and the Center
Information: Books and Materials on Unit 731 and Postwar Reparation/Compensation
No. 3 (Spring 1994)
Foreigner's Rights During WWII Utsumi Aiko
Analysis of Death Rate and Mistreatment of Allied POWs by the Japanese Military Kosuge Nobuko
Allied POWs Who Were Experimented Tanaka Toshiyuki
Essay: War and Sex Hayakawa Noriyo
Findings by the Japanese-Korean Joint Research on "Comfort Women" Hayashi Hirofumi
Judgement on the Case of Forced Dutch Comfort Women by the Batavian Provisional Court Martial Niimi Takashi, Yasuhara Keiko, Yokoyama Itoku??
"Comfort Women" in the Postwar Years Yasuhara Keiko
Memoirs on WWII and Documents of Military Units Possessed by the Diet Library Center for Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility
Military Brothels and Military "Comfort Women" That Appeared in Written Accounts in Japan
Germany and Japan with Respect to Postwar Reparation Sato^ Takeo
Do We Need National Memorial for the War Dead? Tanaka Nobumasa
Information: Ongoing Cases Regarding Postwar Compensation
                     
No. 6 (Winter 1994)
Germany and Japan with Respect to War/Postwar Responsibility               Mochida Yukio
Reconsideration of Nuremberg War Crimes Trial Shimizu Masayoshi
Available Documents about Nazi Germany Today Shiba Kensuke
Historical Education in Germany Kuroda Tamiko
An Attempted Assassination of Hitler: Anti-Nazi Movement and Today's Germany Yamashita Kimiko
"Overcoming the Past" in Germany Sato^ Takeo
Discussion on Syndler's?? List Saito^ Tetsu and Shiba Kensuke
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (I)
"Comfort Women" for Workers in Toyama Ogino Fujio
Dutch "Comfort women" Nishino Rumiko
Provisions of Japanese Military Brothels in Burma Hayashi Hirofumi
Memorials of Chinese Massacred by the Japanese Military in Malay Peninsula (II) Kiyosue Aisa
"Request to the Consideration of Weapons for a Decisive Battle" Iko^ Toshiya
50th Anniversary of the Battle of Leyte Nakano Satoshi
No. 7 (Spring 1995)
English Wars and War Responsibility in the Public Memory Sasaki Yu^ta
"Obligation of Memory" and "Right to Forget" Kenmochi Hisaki
Italian Dealings of War Responsibility Takahashi Susumu
Japanization Policy in Korea Miyata Setsuko
Companies' Responsibility for Forced Mobilization Kosho^ Tadashi
Farmers under Japanese Occupation Higuchi Yu^ichi
Rift Between Japan and the United States over War Responsibility Yui Daizaburo^
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (II) Minami Morio
Essay: Meaning to Watch SHOAH Ishida Yasuo
Tracing Damages of Japanese aggression in Yunnang Province (I) Mochizuki Mutsuyuki
Memorials of Chinese Massacred on the East Coast of Malay Peninsula Sekiguchi Ryu^ichi
Pay-master and "Comfort Women": Former Prime Minister Nakasone Too Built Military Brothels
Center For Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility
"Regulations on Morikawa Unit's Special Task on Comfort House" Matsuno Seiya
Unit 731 and Its Exemption from War Crimes O^ta Masakatsu
No. 8 (Summer 1995)
Sho^wa Tenno^'s Involvement During the War Yamada Akira
Special Characteristics of Tenno^'s Military Ko^ketsu Atsushi
The Procedure of Declaration of the Asia-Pacific War Okabe Toshio
War Responsibility among Zaibatsu Sakamoto Masako
The Japan-China War from the Viewpoint of Chinese People Ishijima Noriyuki
Whose Deaths We Forget and Whose Deaths We Legitimize Ishida Takeshi
Holocaust and the Study of Modern History shida Yu^ji, Nagamine Michiteru, and Yano HisashiI
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (III) Minami Morio
Detention in Siberia: Current Problems and Tasks Eguchi Toyoichi
What Heiwa-no-ishiji, Walls That Engraves the War Dead, in Okinawa Means Ishihara Masaie
Tracing Damages of Japanese aggression in Yunnang Province (II) Mochizuki Mutsuyuki
Statistical Report on "Let's the Government Apologize" Center for Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility
No. 9 (Fall 1995)
Japanese Wars in the Modern Period Kanda Fuhito
Atrocities of POWs in the Japan-China War Fujiwara Akira
The Nanjing Massacre in War Diaries of Soldiers Ono Kenji
Japan's Policy on POWs in the Asia-Pacific War Nagai Hitoshi
Japanese Aggression in China and the Issue of Compensation Himeta Mitsuyoshi
Demands of Postwar Compensation from China Watanabe Harumi
Chinese-American Movement Demanding Compensation Nishimura Shigeo
Response to the Appeal for International Peace at the Fiftieth Anniversary of the End of the War Committee of the Appeal for International Peace at the Fiftieth Anniversary of the End of the War in Japan
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (IV) Minami Morio
Memoirs on WWII and Documents of Military Units Possessed by the Diet Library (Part III) Center for Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility
Examination of Unit Ko^-1855 in Beijing Nishino Rumiko
No. 10 (Winter 1995)
The Present Condition and Task of Postwar Trials Concerning Government Reparation Aitani Kunio
Japanese Postwar Compensation in Southeast Asia Kobayashi Hideo
Chinese Nationalist Government's Policy on the Reparation From Japan In Engun??
Micronesia and Japan: Unfinished Postwar Arakawa Shunji
Japan's Reparation to Malaysia and Singapore Hara Fujio
Demands of Postwar Compensation from China Watanabe Harumi
Peace Preservation Law and National Reparation Obinata Sumio
What We Learn from the Smithsonian Atom-Bomb Debate Sodei Rinjiro^
Testimonies of a Former Member of Unit 1644 Mizutani Naoko
The Overseas Development of Prostitution Business in the Early 20th Century Hayakawa Noriyo
Issues on "Comfort Women": A Presentation by Linda Chavez before United Nations Subcommittee on Human Rights Arai Shin'ichi

 
Regulations at the Japan's Imperial Navy's Brothels on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Kimura Ko^ichiro^
Debates in the Diet Regarding Understanding of the War (I) Yoshida Yutaka
No. 11 (Spring 1996)
Practice and Logic of Deniers of the War Responsibility Hata Nagami
Failure in Breaking the Wall of the Double Standard Uesugi Satoshi
Germany Today: 50 Years After the Defeat Sato^ Takeo
Understandings of the War 50 Years after the War in England Monna Naoki
"Fiftieth Anniversary of Victory" and "50 Years of Postwar" Okamoto Ko^ichi
How China Encountered the 50th Anniversary of the End of War Inoue Hisashi
Fiftieth Anniversary of Liberation in Korea Ishizaka Ko^ichi
The Philippines and the 50th Anniversary Nakano Satoshi
History and Characteristics and "Tenno's Military" Fujiwara Akira
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (V) Minami Morio
Sukabumi Under the Japanese Occupation Kawata Fumiko
Ishii's Unit That Was Not Judged (I) Nishisato Fuyuko
Book review: Arai Shin'ichi's Senso^ sekinin ron toi Okabe Makio
From Shejiazhang?? International Symposeum to the Symposium on Forced Mobilization of Chinese People Oita Hiromi
The Progress of the Case of Hanaoka Incident Niimi Takashi
Issues on Abandoned Poison Gas Bombs Yoshimi Yoshiaki
Abandoned Poison Gas Bombs in Dunhua Wang Gijie, Wang Renxue, and Cheng Yanshen (Trans.Ueno Maki)
Debates in the Diet Regarding Understanding of the War (II) Yoshida Yutaka
Book review: Yoshida Yutaka's Nihonjin no senso^kan Ishii's Unit That Was Not Judged (II)
Nishisato FuyukoWar and Nazi Memorials in Germany (VI) Minami Morio
No. 13 (Fall 1996)
Sex Crimes by the Japanese Military on the Chinese Front Kasahara Tokushi
Atrocities and Sex Crimes by the US Military During the Vietnam War Ikui Hidetaka
Comments on Ikui's Presentation Kawata Fumiko
Military and Violence against Women in the Past and in the Present Nishino Rumiko
Book review: Yoshimi Yoshiaki and Hayashi Hirofumi's Kyo^do^ kenkyu^ Nihongun Ianfu Fujinaga Takeshi
Over Distribution of the Asian Women's Fund Uesugi Satoshi
Mass Deaths of Chinese Laborers at a Coal Mine in Fushun Ueba Osamu
War Responsibility in the Postwar Generation Taguchi Hiroshi
Japanese Police Policy on "Comfort Women" (I) Yoshimi Yoshiaki and Yun Myonsuk
Debates in the Diet Regarding Understanding of the War (III) Yoshida Yutaka
Materials Indicating Amount of Chemical Supplies and Usage of Chemical Weapons Matsuno Seiya
Unit 731 and POW Camp in Mukden Matsumura Takao
No. 14 (Winter 1996)
Burning and Hiding Official Documents Yoshida Yutaka
Chemical Warfare by the Italian Military Sbaragli Marco
Exploring Museums Managed by the Self Defense Force and Guardian Shrines of the Country (Gokoku jinja) Harada Keiichi
Exhibits of Japanese Atrocities at the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum Kamata Sadao
Objectives of the Exhibit on Chemical Weapons (Dokugasuten) Tezuka Aiichiro^
Court's logic of "Citizens' Obligation to Damages of War" Hirayu Masato
The Pursuit of Japanese Military's Violence against Women by the English Military Hayashi Hirofumi
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (VII) Minami Morio
Debates in the Diet Regarding Understanding of the War (IV) Yoshida Yutaka
Japanese Police Policy on "Comfort Women" (II) Yoshimi Yoshiaki and Yun Myonsuk
No. 15 (Spring 1997)
Flaws in "Reform" Movement of Modern Historical Education by Fujioka Nobukatsu (I) Takashima Nobuyoshi
"The Study of Education" Out of Rule Konno Hideharu
Historical Education That Junior High School Students Desire Miyazaki Akira
A Case Concerning Chinese "Comfort Women" O^mori Noriko
Testimonies by Former Chinese "Comfort Women" Hayashi Hirofumi
Discussions with "Assassins of Memory" Uesugi Satoshi
Civilian Internees During the War Hayashi Hirofumi and Utsumi Aiko
Organization and Activity of Unit 1644 (I) Mizutani Naoko
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (VIII)    Minami Morio
The Study of the Tokyo War Crimes Trial 50 Years After the Opening of the Trial Nagai Hitoshi
"Peace Museum" on the Web! Kusunoki Masaaki and O^kawa Takuya
No. 16 (Summer 1997)
The Study of Japanese Victimization and Options of Modern Japanese History Mera Seijiro^
Flaws in "Reform" Movement of Modern Historical Education by Fujioka Nobukatsu (II) Takashima Nobuyoshi
Postwar Comensation Regarding Koreans Attached to the Military Niwa Masao
Judgement Regarding Forced Mobilization by Fujikoshi in Toyama Yamada Hiroshi
Proceeding and the Judgement of the Kamishikika Incident Demanding National Compensation Miyata Nobuo
Proceeding and the Judgement of the Trial for Nullifying the Abolition of the Law Protecting Families of the Dead in Action Kim Kyon-doku??
Rabe's Diary John Rabe (Trans. Kataoka Tetsushi)
"Tracing Girls Kidnaped by the Japanese"Trans. Oshikawa Noriaki
The Study of Trauma by the Victims of Japan's Military Sex Slavery Jiang Meifeng
Organization and Activity of Unit 1644 (II) Mizutani Naoko
Debates in the Diet Regarding Understanding of the War (V) Yoshida Yutaka
No. 17 (Fall 1997)
Examining Claims by the "Liberal Historical View" Nakamura Masanori
Flaws in "Reform" Movement of Modern Historical Education by Fujioka Nobukatsu (III) Takashima Nobuyoshi
Toward Future Historical Education O^hata Masahiro
"Complex PTSD"?? Among Former "Comfort Women" Yan Ching-ja
The New Phase of the Issue of "Comfort Women" Uesugi Satoshi
Atrocities and Sex Crimes by the Japanese Military Kasahara Tokushi
Public Prostitution System and "Comfort Women" Hayaka Noriyo
National Compensation and Assistance Regarding the Battle of Okinawa Aniya Masaaki
War Crimes Trial by the People's Republic of China (I) Toyoda Masayuki
War and Nazi Memorials in Germany (IX) Minami Morio
No. 18 (Winter 1997)
"Comfort Women" in Women's History Fujime Yuki
"Comfort Women" and Feminism O^goshi Aiko
"Sexuality" of Soldiers at a Battle Field   Yamamoto Naohide
Symposium on the Nationalism and "Comfort Women" Sugimoto Yumiko
Interview with Yasumaru Yoshio: "Comfort Women" and Historical Study Narita Ryu^ichi, Iwasaki Minoru, O^uchi Hirokazu
"The Origin and the Goal" of "Liberal Historical View" Hata Nagami
War Crimes Trial by the People's Republic of China (II) Toyoda Masayuki
Debates on Wehrmacht in Germany Kido Eiichi
No. 19 (Spring 1998)
Precedent for Complicity Over Kidnaping Women: Unknown Judgement of Prewar Supreme Court Maeda Akira
Psychological Wounds and PTSD by the Former Chinese "Comfort Women" (I) Kuwayama Norihiko
"Comfort Women" and Feminism Art: Expression of Shimada Yoshiko Yoshimura Mariko
How Young People Read Go^manizumu sengen Wakakuwa Midori
Japan's War Responsibility and Hiroshima/Nagasaki Yoshida Kazuto
Right-Wing Attack on Peace Osaka Koyama Hitoshi
War Crimes That Were Not Judged Hayashi Hirofumi
32 Years of Ienaga Textbook Trial Kimijima Kazuhiko
Meaning and Task of the Preservation of War Monuments Obinata Etsuo
Flaws in "Reform" Movement of Modern Historical Education by Fujioka Nobukatsu (IV) Takashima Nobuyoshi
Unit 731 That Father Told Kamiya Noriaki
"Nanking 1937" at Princeton University Yoshida Takashi
"International Symposium on the Nanjing Massacre in Tokyo"   Ishide Midori
No. 20 (Summer 1998)
About the Trial of Hanaoka Incident Niimi Takashi
Amicable Settlement Between Shin Nippon Steel Industry and Its Wartime Slave Laborers O^guchi Akihiko
Judgement of the Kanpu Trial at Yamaguchi District CourtCenter For Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility
"Three Lightening Operation" and North China Expeditionary Army (I)          Fujiwara Akira
The Development of Tuberculosis Prevention Resulting from Human Experiment Mima Satoaki
Issues Regarding "Comfort Women" and Violence against Women in the World Nishino Rumiko
About Osaka Fire Bombing Koyama Hitoshi
The World Without Nuclear Weapons or War Kurihara Toshie
Flaws in "Reform" Movement of Modern Historical Education by Fujioka Nobukatsu (V) Takashima Nobuyoshi
The Problem of Historical Revisionism over Testimonies Ukai Satoshi
"Scholarly Conference on the Nanjing Massacre Commemorating the 60th Anniversary" in Taiwan Mizutani Naoko and Kanamaru Yu^ichi
No. 21 (Fall 1998)
Editor's IntroductionInterviews by Himeta Mitsuyoshi, Horii Ko^ichiro^, Mizutani Naoko
w/ Nakamura Zentaro^ (Nakako^ji Shizuo)
w/ Maeda Mitsushige (Sugimoto Kazuo)
w/ Hoya Masaharu (Mizuno Yasuo)
w/ Fujita Yutaka (Koga Hatsumi)
w/ Wang xin (Wang ??)
w/ Lu Yaowu
w/ Chang Huazhi
Himeta Mitsuyoshi
Indexes Regarding Japanese Alliance for Anti-War Proceedings and Judgement of the Kanpu Trial Yamamoto Seita
Criticism of Film Pride Akazawa Shiro
Yokohama Textbook Case and the Judgement by the District Court Shibata Takeshi
Refuting Watanabe Hiroshi's Nankin gyakusatsu to Nihongun Ono Kenji
"Three Lightening Operation" and North China Expeditionary Army (II) Fujiwara Akira
Flaws in "Reform" Movement of Modern Historical Education by Fujioka Nobukatsu (VI) Takashima Nobuyoshi
Report on The Second Symposium of Preserving War Monuments Koga Noriko
Book review: Hayashi Hirofumi's Sabakareta senso^ hanzai, Igirisu no tainichi senpan saiban Kosuge Nobuko
Book review: Kawata Fumiko's Jugyo^ ju^gun ianfu, Hayashi Hirofumi and Kim Tomiko??'s Nihongun ianfu o do^ kangaeruka Hirai Atsuko

 
No. 22 (Winter 1998)
War Memorials in Kanagawa Watanabe Kenji
War Memorials and Peace Study in Okinawa Murakami Akiyoshi
Historical Significance of Matsushiro Underground Headquarters Aoki Takaju
Bibliography of War Memorials Center for Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility
Comparative Cultural Analysis on POW Issues (I) Nakao Tomoyo
Japanese Fascism and Sexual Disease Fujino Yutaka
The Summary of the McDougall Report Opening of Museum of Military "Comfort Women" Ikeuchi Yasuko
Examining South African Experience Nagahara Yo^ko
Visits of Korean and Chinese Leaders to Japan, The Diet People's Alliance for Passing the Law That Examines Truths in order to Preserve Permanent Peace, and Senso^ron Uesugi Satoshi
Flaws in "Reform" Movement of Modern Historical Education by Fujioka Nobukatsu (VII) Takashima Nobuyoshi
No. 23 (Spring 1999)
Affidavits by War Criminals Arai Toshio
Sexual Violence of Japanese Military Appeared in Affidavits by Japanese War Criminals in China Kawata Fumiko
Examining "Three Lightening Policy" through Regulations of International Criminal Court Maeda Akira
Feminism Relativizes Nation-State Hayakawa Noriyo
Possibility of Feminism Alliance Sun Yon-ok??
Comparative Cultural Analysis on POW Issues (II) Nakao Tomoyo
Responses to The Rape of Nanking in the United States Inokuchi Hiromitsu and Nozaki Yoshiko
War Memorials in Singapore Commemorating the 50th Anniversary Yamaguchi Takeshi
Fujioka-School Watching: Exploring the Reshuffle of Textbook Inspectors Takashima Nobuyoshi
No. 24 (Summer 1999)
From the Vietnam War to the Gulf War Shirai Yo^ko
The US Military in Okinawa and Its Sex Crimes Miyagi Harumi
Japanese Military and "Karayuki-san" During the Siberian Expedition Hayashi Hirofumi
The Summary of 1999 ILO's Report on "Comfort Women"   Nakayama Kazuhisa
Sex Work and Women's Human Rights Asano Chie
How The Nanjing Massacre Was Told in Japan, China, and the United States Yoshida Takashi
Japanese Navy's "Three Lightening Operation" on Kainan Island Fujiwara Akira
Postwar Dealings of Wartime Crimes: Nazi Gold Ingot in Switzerland and Dormant Bank Accounts in Switzerland Yasuhara Keiko
The Third International Peace Museum Conference   Arai Shin'ichi
Sukarno Who Became Ro^musha Uesugi Satoshi
Fujioka-School Watching: "Intellectuals" Who Ignore Rules to Carry Out Their Goal Takashima Nobuyoshi
Mastering the Past in the Japanese Literature Iwabuchi Tatsuji (Trans. Hayashi Ko^zo^)
No. 25 (Fall 1999)
Over The Evaluation of the Marco Polo Bridge Incident and Tungchow Incident Eguchi Keiichi
Pearl Harbor Conspiracy Theory Arai Shin'ichi
Planning and Reality of the War Between Japan and the United States Mori Shigeki
Recent Movements of Right-Wing Revisionists Tawara Yoshifumi
Criticisms of Ultra-Nationalists Iwabuchi Tatsuji (Trans. Hayashi Ko^zo^)
Military Criminal Law in Postwar History Yoshida Yutaka
Sho^wakan and Tasks That We Face Nishikawa Shigenori
Psychological Wounds and PTSD by the Former Chinese "Comfort Women" (II) Kuwayama Norihi
What Nihon Ko^kan's Amicable Settlement Means Tanigawa To^ru
Fujioka-School Watching: Revealed "Sankeization" of Yomiuri Shinbun Takashima Nobuyoshi
Postwar Dealings of Wartime Crimes: Unpaid Insurance Yasuhara Keiko
Essay: Suhana's First Testimony about Sex Slavory Kawata Fumiko
Bookreviews:  Nationalism and Comfort Women issue Asano Chie
Book reviews:  Horyo taikenki Matsui Ryu^go
No. 26 (Winter 1999)
War Crimes and Immunity: Why the United States Stopped Prosecuting Japanese Chemical Warfare? Yoshimi Yoshiaki

 
Japanese Chemical Weapons during the Occupation: How Did the Eighth Army Handled With Them O^nishi Hiroshi
Material on Japan's Military Discipline: "Hi kokudo kessen kyo^rei" Comments by Yoshida Yutaka
Materials Regarding Deserters During the Battle of Okinawa Hayashi Hirofumi
Material on Japan's Military Discipline: "Chian iji kankei shoruishu^" Comments by Takeuchi Kei
"Ethnicity" or "Gender": Confrontations Between the Two Ueno Chizuko
Critiquing the View Claiming the Asia-Pacific War Freed Asia Uesugi Satoshi
Issues About the Ruling of Kobayashi Yoshinori's Lawsuits Takahashi Kenji
Critique of Kobayashi Yoshinori's "Senso^ron" Nishinarita Yutaka
Fujioka School Watching: Examining Nishio Kanji's Kokumin no rekishi Takashima Nobuyoshi
Comparative Cultural Analysis on POW Issues (III) Nakao Tomoyo
How Japan Legitimized Overseas Dispatch of Its Troops in the Modern Period Iko^ Toshiya
Supporters of "Atarashii kyo^kasho o tsukurukai" Tawara Yoshifumi
An Appeal Against Undersecretary of Defense Nishimura Shingo's Statement The Center for Research and Documentation on Japan's War Responsibility   
Responding to Hata Ikuhiko's Criticism Hayashi Ko^zo^
Apologies from the Editor Yoshida Yutaka
No. 27 (Spring 2000)
  Hayashi Hirofumi
  Nishino Rumiko
  Kawata Fumiko
  Su Zhiliang
  Yun, Myeong-Suk
  Yoshimi Yoshiaki
  Kawamoto Takashi
  Kang San-jun
  Wakakuwa Midori
  Uesugi Satoshi
  Tezuka Aiichiro^
  Kimu Chonmi
  Maeda Akira
  Takashima Nobuyoshi
  Yoshida Yutaka
No. 28 (Summer 2000)
University and War/World War II and Universities          Shirai Atsushi
Meijigakuin University and War Responsibility  Kogure Shuya
War Responsibility of Nagoya University Yasukawa Junosuke
Regarding War Responsibility of Student Taguchi Hiroshi Soldiers
A Student Soldier Who Rejected to Become Officer Takasaki Ryuji
About Japanese Imperial Army Disclosure Act Introduced in November 1999 Arai Shin'ichi
Believing Universal Power of "Memory" Abraham Cooper
Why We Hold "International Military Tribunal for Violence Against Women" Matsui Yayori
"Comfort Women" and Brothels in Nanjing Jing Shenghong
"Report of International Symposium on Chinese "Comfort Women" in Shanghai Song Lianyu
How to Kill the Spirit Shin Sugok
Slave Labors at Kainan Island under Japanese Occupation Kimu Chonmi
Fujioka School Watching: Repeated Cover-Ups of Fujioka's and Nishio's Contradictions Takashima Nobuyoshi
Condoms and War in Japanese History Yoshida Yutaka
No. 29 (Fall 2000)
Nishio Kanji's _Kokumin no rekishi_ (History of the  Japanese) and Junior High School History Textbooks. Konno Hideharu
Modern Japanese History Illustrated in Nishio Kanji's
_Kokumin no rekishi
Obinata Sumio
Shortcomings of _Kokumin no rekishi_ in the Age of  Vigorous International Exchanges in Education Kimishima Kazuhiko
The Reality of the Intended Defense Strategy at the Very End of the War: Irresponsibility of Wartime and Postwar Elites Tsukasaki Masayuki
Slave Labor Related Lawsuits in the United States and the
San Francisco Peace Treaty
Arai Shin'ichi
Rejected United Nations War Crimes Court: Materials Regarding United Nations War Crimes Commission Hayashi Hirofumi
Amounts of the Unpaid Salaries of Korean Forced Laborers and Military Personnel Kosho Tadashi & Tanigawa Toru
Disputes Over 'Peace Osaka' Sorano Yoshihiro
Controversy of the Fabrication of the Exhibits at the Yaeyama Peace Memorial, Okinawa Suzuki Mitsujiro
History and Media Watch: Impudence of the Sanke and Yomiuri Takashima Nobuyoshi
Bookreview: The Nanjing Massacre: The Diary of Minnie Vautrin Kawata Fumiko
No. 30 (Winter 2000)
Issues and Problems of the Trials Demanding Reparations for Victims of Japan's Wartime Atrocities Pak Chechol
Information Disclosure in Japan Regarding War Related Materials Arai Shin'ichi
Geneve Convention 1949 That Prohibited Nations From Relinquishing Claims of the Victims of War Criminals Totuka Etsurô
Historical Significance of the Establishment of the Remembrance, Responsibility and Future Foundation Yano Hisashi
Dresden and Tokyo in 2000: Preparing for the Center for Research on War Devastation Saotome Katsumoto & Kitamura Hiroshi
Disputes Over the Okinawa Prefectural Peace Museum Aniya Masaaki
Truth of the 'Dangerous Textbook': Violating Ideas of the Constitution and Affirming Japan's Aggressive War in Asia Tawara Yoshifumi
Military Tribunals of Japanese War Criminals in China in the Postwar Period Song Zhiyong
History and Media Watch: Fruitless Wriggling of the Japanese Society for History Textbook Reform Takashima Nobuyoshi
About The Summary of the Meeting with the Director of POW Takasaki Ryűji
Sexual Violence in the Philippines by the Japanese Military: Summary of Historical Materials on Sexual Violence During Japanese Occupation in the Philippines Hayashi Hirofumi 
No. 31 (Spring 2001)
  O^numa Hisao
  Yamazaki Shizuo
  Yoshizawa Fumitoshi
  Kitagawa Hirokazu
  Chong Je-Jong
  Masutani Hideki
  Arai Shin'ichi
  Niimi Takashi
  Ozawa Hiroko
  Matumura Yoshiko
  Yamane Kazuyo
  Yoshida Yutaka
History and Media Watch: Takashima Nobuyoshi
No. 32 (Summer 2001)
  Matsui Yayori
  Tanaka Nobumasa
  Abe Ko^ki
  Mark Selden
  Hayakawa Noriyo
  Uesugi Satoshi
  Nishino Rumiko
  Fujita Tomoji
History and Media Watch: Takashima Nobuyoshi
  Ishida Yu^ji
  Ueda Toshiaki
  Iko^ Toshiya
  Endo^ Tomoko
No. 33 (Fall 2001)
  Matsuo Sho^ichi
  Morita Taizo^
  Yano Hisashi
  Herbert Kupper
  Uesugi Satoshi
History and Media Watch: Takashima Nobuyoshi
  Nozaki Toshiko
  Sakaguchi Sadahiko
  Ueda Toshiaki
  Iko^ Toshiya
  Okegaya Ko^ji
No. 34 forthcoming(Winter 2001)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 

 

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