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Japanese Girl at the Siege of Changchun: How I Survived China¿s Wartime Atrocity

Japanese Girl at the Siege of Changchun: How I Survived China¿s Wartime Atrocity

by Homare Endo, Michael Brase

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Overview

Over 150,000 innocents died of starvation in Changchun, northeastern China, after the end of WW2 when Mao's army laid siege during the Chinese Civil War. Japanese girl Homare Endo, then age seven, was trapped in Changchun with her family. After nomadic flight from city to city, Homare eventually returned to Japan and a professional career. This is her eyewitness, at times haunting account of survival at all costs and of unspeakable scenes of barbarity that the Chinese government today will not acknowledge.

Homare Endo was born in China in 1941 and is director of the Center of International Relations at Tokyo University and Graduate School of Social Welfare.



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ISBN-13: 9781611729252
Publisher: Stone Bridge Press
Publication date: 09/19/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Homare Endo was born in China in 1941, lived through the Chinese Revolutionary War, and returned to Japan in 1953. She is a Doctor of Science, director of the Center of International Relations at Tokyo University and Graduate School of Social Welfare, and professor emeritus at the University of Tsukuba. She was a visiting researcher and professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

She has published many works about postwar China.

Among her published works are Mo Takuto: Nihongun to kyobo shita otoko (Máo Zédong: The Man who Conspired with the Japanese Army; in Japanese and Chinese), Chaina Sebun: Akai kotei Shu Kinpei (The China Seven: The Red Emperor Xí Jìnpíng), Chaina Nain: Chugoku o ogokasu kyunin no otoko-tachi (The China Nine: The Nine Men who Move China), Netto taikoku Chugoku: Genron o meguru kobo (Internet Superpower China: The Battle over Freedom of Speech), Chaina Jajji: Mo Takuto ni narenakatta otoko (Bó Xilái: The Man who Failed to Become a Second Máo Zédong), Kanzen kaidoku: Chugoku gaiko senryaku no nerai (An In-depth Study: The Aims of Chinese Foreign Policy), Chugoku-jin ga eranda wasuto Chugoku-jin banzuke: Yahari akai Chugoku wa fuhai de horobiru (The Worst Chinese as Selected by the Chinese: Corruption Will Bring Red China Down in the End), and Chugoku doman shinjin-rui: Nihon no anime to manga ga Chugoku o ugokasu (The Chinese Anime-Manga Tribe: Japanese Anime and Manga Shake China).

About the translator: A longtime editor at Kodansha International and now freelance translator, Michael Brase counts among his translations The Manga Biography of Kenji Miyazawa, The Culture of Japan as a New Global Value, and The Building of Horyu-ji. His miscellaneous writings and translations can be seen on Facebook at Japan&Stuff Press.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1
The Red Glass Bead

Chapter 2
Chángchun: A City without Hope

Chapter 3
The Free Earth

Chapter 4
Liberated Yánjí

Chapter 5
Alive Again

Chapter 6
Outbreak of the Korean War

Chapter 7
The Wavering Light of Tianjin

Afterword

Map of Chángchun

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