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Japanese and Korean Perspectives on the Issue of Forced Labor in the Asia-Pacific War

Demolition Men: The Unmaking of a Memorial Commemorating Wartime Forced Laborers in Gunma (Japan)

The Sado Gold Mine and Japan’s ‘History War’ Versus the Memory of Korean Forced Laborers

Katō Kōko’s Meiji Industrial Revolution – Forgetting forced labor to celebrate Japan’s World Heritage Sites – Part 2

Katō Kōko’s Meiji Industrial Revolution – Forgetting forced labor to celebrate Japan’s World Heritage Sites – Part 1
Forced Labour in Imperial Japan’s First Colony: Hokkaidō
The Testimony of a Victim of Forced Sterilization in Japan: Kita Saburō
Coming Home after 70 Years: Repatriation of Korean Forced Laborers from Japan and Reconciliation in East Asia
Reconstruction Disaster: The human implications of Japan’s forced return policy in Fukushima
Transnational and Japanese Activism on Behalf of Indonesian and Dutch Victims of Enforced Military Prostitution During World War II
Should “Gunkanjima” Be a World Heritage site? - The forgotten scars of Korean forced labor
Hanaoka Monogatari: The Massacre of Chinese Forced Laborers, Summer 1945 1945
Rejected by All Plaintiffs: Failure of the Nishimatsu-Shinanogawa “Settlement” with Chinese Forced Laborers in Wartime Japan−− •Chinese original available
Toward Reconciliation: The Nishimatsu Settlements for Chinese Forced Labor in World War II−− •Chinese original available
Redress Crossroads in Japan: Decisive Phase in Campaigns to Compensate Korean and Chinese Wartime Forced Laborers
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
Japan Should Follow the International Trend and Face Its History of World War II Forced Labor [Japanese Translation Available]
Allied and Korean Forced Labor at the Aso Mining Company and Japan-South Korea Relations
New Era for Japan-Korea History Issues: Forced Labor Redress Efforts Begin to Bear Fruit
Korean Hibakusha, Japan's Supreme Court & the International Community: Can the U.S. & Japan Confront Forced Labor & Atomic Bombing?
Proof of POW Forced Labor for Japan's Foreign Minister: The Aso Mines (Japanese Translation available)
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
NHK's Finest Hour: Japan's Official Record of Chinese Forced Labor
Forced to 'Choose' its Own Subjugation: Okinawa's Place in U.S. Global Military Realignment
Family Skeletons: Japan s Foreign Minister and Forced Labor by Koreans and Allied POWs Japanese Translation Available
The Japanese Court, Mitsubishi and Corporate Resistance to Chinese Forced Labor Redress (Japanese translation available))
Troubling Legacy: World War II Forced Labor by American POWs of the Japanese
Mitsubishi, Historical Revisionism and Japanese Corporate Resistance to Chinese Forced Labor Redress
Korean Forced Laborers: Redress movement presses Japanese government
People Power: Have Okinawan protests forced Tokyo and Washington to rethink their base plan?
Child survivor of forced mass suicide in Manchuria still loves hero who saved her
Chinese Forced Labor, the Japanese Government and the Prospects for Redress
Resolving the Wartime Forced Labor Compensation Question