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Inferno on the Omotesando: The Great Yamanote Air Raid 表参道、地獄絵に化す 山の手大空襲

Surviving the Last Train From Hiroshima: The Poignant Case of a Double Hibakusha 広島からの終電を生き抜いて 二重被爆者の心打つ物語

Hanaoka Monogatari: The Massacre of Chinese Forced Laborers, Summer 1945 花岡ものがたり 1945年夏、中国人強制労働者虐殺

'Do we have peace now?' poem by Okinawa teen Chinen Masaru 今は平和でしょうか」 高校三年知念捷の詩

Civilization & Barbarism: Cartoon Commentary & “The White Man’s Burden” (1898–1902)

Should “Gunkanjima” Be a World Heritage site? - The forgotten scars of Korean forced labor

Okinawa, Taiwan, and the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in United States–Japan–China Relations

Opening the Door to Peace on the Korean Peninsula: Women Cross DMZ

The Bravo Test and the Death and Life of the Global Ecosystem in the Early Anthropocene

Introduction: The Experts Report and the Future of Okinawa