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A Chinese Woman in Ravensbrueck Concentration Camp

When emaciated female prisoners from the German concentration camp Ravensbrueck arrived in the Swedish harbor of Malmoe on April 28, 1945, just days before the German surrender, two of the … Continue Reading →


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Children of War

Millions of people have recollections from the Second Sino-Japanese War, but most have never told their story – meaning valuable insights about one of history’s greatest conflicts risk being lost … Continue Reading →


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Math with the Enemy

The war in China is the most under-reported part of World War II. Valuable testimony is lost every day because people who lived through the bloody events pass away without … Continue Reading →