Chinese Comfort Women is the first English-language bookfeaturing accounts of the “comfort station” experiences ofwomen from Mainland China, forced into sexual slavery by the Japanesemilitary during the Asia-Pacific War. Through personal narratives fromtwelve survivors, this book reveals the unfathomable atrocitiescommitted against women during the war and correlates the proliferationof “comfort stations” with the progression of Japan’smilitary offensive. Drawing on investigative reports, local histories,and witness testimony, Chinese Comfort Women puts a human faceon China’s war experience and on the injustices suffered byhundreds of thousands of Chinese women.
Chinese Comfort Women
Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Gender studies: women
Testimonies from Imperial Japan's Sex Slaves
Contemporary Chinese Studies