Women’s History Month: Comfort Women

Comfort women with soldiers in World War 2
“Three Korean “comfort girls” (captured in Burma), photographed while being interrogated by Capt. Won Loy Chan (San Francisco, California), Tech. Sgt. Robert Honda (Hawaii) and Sgt. Hirabayashi (Seattle, Washington), all of the G-2 Myitkyina Task Force of the U.S. Army; photo dated August 14, 1944. (Source: U.S. National Archives, SC- 262580.)”

Here we go again. Recently, the argument around comfort women resurfaced due to an article written by a Harvard Professor of Mitsubishi Japanese Studies. He also wrote an op-ed for a Japanese website. His argument, backed by the eloquent writing skills as a professor, was that these young girls…

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