4 Responses to “Sample Letters from Tong Zeng’s Collection of “10,000 Cries for Justice””

  1. russ lowe says:

    Don…

    Nancy Lee and I and Sung Sohn of Education for Social
    Justice Foundation hope to include these priceless
    insights by victims and survivors in lesson plans and
    presentations before public and college students.

    I believe we are trying to help with some of the translations.

    Your work and efforts are very important for Americans and those
    who cannot read Chinese read first hand what they experienced. It
    is never too late for the truth!

    take care!!

  2. Pamela Blunt says:

    So heartbreaking and a terrible legacy that reaches across generations. My parents did tell us about this horrible time. I remember that they had a book titled “The Rape of Nanking”. We humans seem to be capable of such barbaric acts, lacking all empathy. We must never become complacent.

  3. Don says:

    Pamela,

    Thanks for your comment.

    Yes, Iris Chang’s best seller book “Nanking Massacre: The Rape of Nanking” (1997) helped tremendously to raise the knowledge of the world (especially the Western world) about the Nanking Massacre.

    We should all spread this knowledge so that history will not be forgotten and will not repeat itself.

    Don Tow

  4. xue says:

    MacArthur gave the dreaded Unit 731 members of the Japanese Army immunity from war crimes charges after the war in order to get their research on germ warfare and other human experiment results. These murderous psychopaths escaped justice because of MacArthur’s miscalculation. He also refused advice to force Emperor Hirohito to abdicate even though many members of the royal family asked him to force the abdication. Royal family members were not prosecuted for war crimes even though the Emperor and some of the others certainly deserved to be prosecuted.

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