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By Homare Endo,Michael Brase

150,000 innocents died in Changchun on the finish of WW2 whilst Mao's innovative military laid siege. eastern lady Homare Endo, then age 7, used to be traumatized yet survived to commit her existence to telling the area of the atrocity China now denies. This gripping, firsthand account is difficult interpreting, choked with either brutal descriptions and dispassionate observation on politics and humanity.

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