By Yuki Tanaka
This groundbreaking publication could have a deep impression at the ongoing foreign debate which surrounds this hugely debatable and emotive issue.
'One of the achievements of this quantity is that it effectively personalises many of the 'comfort' ladies. It exhaustively information the inhumane approach through which they have been 'recruited' or pressured into what amounted to sexual slavery and the degrading daily remedy meted out to them via recruiters, managers and infantrymen if the ladies refused to 'comfort' squaddies, turned pregnant or have been ailing. much more considerably, this quantity makes an attempt to set up the figures that helped to enforce the 'comfort' girls approach, together with senior eastern army officials, Ministry of battle bureaucrats, brothel proprietors and their recruiters and clinical staff.'
- Intersections, factor 9.
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4 Rohan D. Rivett, Behind Bamboo (Ringwood, Victoria, 1946), p. 158. 18 JAPANESE P R I S O N E R S OF WAR held at Kuala Lumpur. 5 Lieutenant-Colonel E. E. 'Weary' Dunlop was captured in Sumatra, some weeks after the surrender at Singapore. Dunlop was eventually sent to work on the railway where he made his name as an outstandingly resourceful officer and doctor. In common with thousands of other POWs, Dunlop passed through Changi en route to the railway. On 7 January 1943 he commented on his initial sight of the camp: As we moved on we noticed splendid stone buildings in a beautiful part of the Island filled with British and Australian troops and - an astonishing sight diggers on guard controlling traffic at points.
19 Bombardier Parry thought 'hey! '20 Initially the POWs were allowed to roam at will over a large proportion of the Changi base before the Japanese eventually imposed the minimum of restrictions and sub-divided the camp into areas. This meant that a group or individual now needed to be in possession of an official flag that was to be carried when men proceeded from one area to another. The Japanese also decided to erect a wire fence around each area and around the camp as a whole. ), p. 2. , p.
While the appalling conditions on the railway are well known, indeed provide the raw materials from which popular perceptions of Japanese-held POWs are drawn, the altogether different conditions at Changi have, by contrast, received little attention. In 1946 Rohan Rivett published Behind Bamboo, one of the first accounts of captivity at the hands of the Japanese. 4 Kenneth Harrison was captured on the Malayan mainland and 1 Australian War Memorial, henceforth AWM, PR85/145, A. W. Rogers, Captain, Australian Army Medical Corps, diary entry for 29 May 1943.
Japan's Comfort Women: Sexual Slavery and Prostitution during World War II and the US occupation (Asia's Transformations) by Yuki Tanaka