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Chinese authorities have begun publishing confessions made by Japanese war criminals who were convicted by military tribunals in China after WWII.
This comes days ahead of the 77th anniversary of the July 7th incident in 1937, which marked the beginning of China's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.

There are some figures we should know:
Chinese authorities held over 1,100 Japanese war criminals after 1949.
Investigations and trials lasted for five years, between 1951 and 1956.
Historical records show that at least 30 million Chinese people were killed during China's war against Japanese invasion.


Shoji Nishinaga

Kiichi Kobayashi

Yukio Shimura

Yoshio Mizoguchi

Shigesaku Nozaki

Masao Horiguchi

Shigeo Hachisuka

Tetsuichi Uetsubo

Hironoshin Fujiwara

Yuichi Kashiwaba

Torao Yoshifusa

Shozo Tsukutani

Shigeta Kage

Saburo Shimamura

Mitsuaki Kimura

Hisajiro Tai

Takeo Utsugi

Hitoshi Imayoshi

Yohei Kibe

Hiroshi Hara

Ryusuke Sako

Issaku Sugihara

Teruhiko Yokoyama

Okabe Miyake

Kuji Nakai

Mio Saito

Tadayuki Furuumi

Rokusashi Takebe

Kuyoshi Kamino

Kasa Jitsu

Taiji Ohno

Giichi Sumioka

Hiroyuki Nagatomi

Shuichi Kikuchi

Keiji Saganaka

Hiroshi Jono

Juntaro Tominaga

Hideo Sakakibara

Shintaro Uno

Kenjiro Funaki

Tsutomu Nagashima

Nosuke Sasaki

Kamisaka Katsu

Fujita Shigeru

Suzuki Keiku
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