SDHF Newsletter No.130J 国連が世界に広めた「慰安婦=性奴隷」の嘘5

第5回:第二章 世界に広がった「慰安婦=性奴隷」の嘘
高橋 史朗

 ところがこの報告書は田中ユキの英文著書 Japan’s Comfort Women (Routlege) を主要な根拠にしているという事実を高橋教授はこの論文で指摘しています。
 一方蘇智良教授は、英文著書Chinese Comfort Women (Oxford University Press)は、田中ユキの前掲書の中の「慰安婦制度の組織構造」を参照にするなど両者はいわば協力関係にあることを明らかにしております。



平成28年7月20日「史実を世界に発信する会」会長代行 茂木弘道拝

“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN’s Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha)
― Report from Japanese Delegations to the UN in Geneva ―
written and edited by Fujioka Nobukatsu,
Visiting Professor, Takushoku University
No.4: Chapter 2 The Fiction Equating Comfort Women with Sex Slaves Spreads throughout the World
B. Tanaka Yuki’s Book Forms the Basis of US House Resolution
By Takahashi Shiro

On July 7, 2007, the US House of Representatives passed House Resolution 121, which rebuked Japan’s stance towards the comfort women. The basis for the resolution was a report submitted to the House by Congressional Research Service staffer Larry Niksch, “Japanese Military’s ‘Comfort Women’ System,” on April 3 earlier in the year.
Prof. Takahashi reveals that the key source upon which the report based its “conclusion” was Tanaka Yuki’s book Japan’s Comfort Women, published by Routledge in 2002.
Tanaka Yuki, Tanaka Toshiyuki’s pseudonym, is a professor at Hiroshima City University. It appears that Professor Tanaka also uses the name Akasaka Masami when writing articles for an Australian audience.
Tanaka’s Japan’s Comfort Women cites research by Su Zhiliang, a professor at Shanghai Normal University. At the same time, Su’s English language book, Chinese Comfort Women, published by Oxford University Press in 2013, contains many references to the section of Tanaka Yuki’s book dealing with the “organizational structure of the comfort women system”. Evidently, Tanaka and Su have mutually reinforced each another.
Su estimates the number of comfort women as 400,000, which is based on unscientific assumptions. He is now attempting to have this ridiculous, baseless number entered into the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.

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MOTEKI Hiromichi, Acting Chairman
for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact