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Truth-effects and differends.

In the early 1930s, the Japanese military established a system of brothels, called "comfort stations", for the use of its soldiers and recruited tens of thousands of women as military prostitutes, called "comfort women". The majority of these women were recruited from the populace of Japan's colonies, in particular Korea, or occupied territories in China and South East Asia. Public discourse about the legality and morality of this system started in 1936 and intensified during the 1990s when Korean and other victims broke their silence.
Time
Monday, 19.07.2021 - 16:00 - 18:00
Event format
Lecture series
Topic
Next Joseph C. Miller Memorial Lecture Series on July 219 2021, by Reinhard Zöllner, University of Bonn
Target groups

Researchers

Languages
English
Location
Online via Zoom
Reservation
not required
Organizer
BCDSS
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