Japanese Army ran sexual slaves: document
A Korean scholar has discovered a confidential Japanese Army document showing that it sent “comfort women” to provide sex to frontline soldiers in Southeast Asia during World War II.
Kim Moon-gil, head of the Korea-Japan Culture Research Institute based in Busan, said Thursday he obtained the document in May from the historic records archive of Japan’s Ministry of Defense.
The record showed the military was in charge of “managing” sex slaves _ which runs counter to the Japanese government’s claim that it was not involved in recruitment or management....
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