Sunday, October 18, 2015

Analyzing the Photos of Nanjing Massacre

I bought a book about an analyzing the photographic evidence of Nanjing Massacre. The researchers studied 143 pictures used for evidence of the Nanjing Massacre, but every single one were not proper for the evidence. 
The authors traced the origin of the pictures. Some photos were taken in other places like Shanghai. Some pictures were made up of two or three materials. 
Of course, showing the proof of improper photograph evidence is not simply a denial of the massacre, but how could anyone kill 300,000 people in a city that held only 200,000 citizens?
The Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek, who had escaped from Nanking just before the attack by the Japanese military. He never mentioned the incident to the Chinese people until the end of the war. 
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