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Articles by William Underwood

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William Underwood, a faculty member at Kurume Institute of Technology and a Japan Focus coordinator, completed his doctorate at Kyushu University on forced labor in wartime Japan.

History in a Box: UNESCO and the Framing of Japan’s Meiji Era
Island of Horror: Gunkanjima and Japan’s Quest for UNESCO World Heritage Status
Redress Crossroads in Japan: Decisive Phase in Campaigns to Compensate Korean and Chinese Wartime Forced Laborers
Recent Developments in Korean-Japanese Historical Reconciliation
Remembering and Redressing the Forced Mobilization of Korean Laborers by Imperial Japan
Assessing the Nishimatsu Corporate Approach to Redressing Chinese Forced Labor in Wartime Japan
New Era for Japan-Korea History Issues: Forced Labor Redress Efforts Begin to Bear Fruit
The Aso Mining Company in World War II: History & Japan's Would-Be Premier. Japanese Translation available
Hundreds of Ethnic Koreans from Sakhalin to Return Home: A Colonial legacy
Proof of POW Forced Labor for Japan's Foreign Minister: The Aso Mines (Japanese Translation available)
Japan's Top Court Poised to Kill Lawsuits by Chinese War Victims
Names, Bones and Unpaid Wages (1): Reparations for Korean Forced Labor in Japan
Names, Bones and Unpaid Wages (2): Seeking Redress for Korean Forced Labor
Japan Foreign Minister's Visit to POW Remembrance Service Backfires
NHK's Finest Hour: Japan's Official Record of Chinese Forced Labor
The Japanese Court, Mitsubishi and Corporate Resistance to Chinese Forced Labor Redress (Japanese translation available))
Minamata Disease at Fifty
Mitsubishi, Historical Revisionism and Japanese Corporate Resistance to Chinese Forced Labor Redress
War Responsibility in a Japanese College Classroom
Chinese Forced Labor, the Japanese Government and the Prospects for Redress
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