|China-Japan Relations: A Historical Perspective|
To fully appreciate the worsening Sino-Japanese relations today, the last causal factor one can dismiss is their historical past. Japan's invasion of China and the ensuing brutal occupation of Chinese territories resulted in the killing of millions of Chinese civilians.
|Rosen from German Embassy|
In January,1938, Rosen and other staff of the German Embassy returned to Nanjing. Then he reported to the German Foreign Ministry about the Nanjing Massacre.
|The New York Times|
The dispatch first reported by Tillman Durdin was published in The New York Times on December 18, 1937.
|The American Magazine Look|
The picture shows Japanese recruits at bayonet drill in Nanjing after the capture of the Chinese capital in 1938. They are using Chinese prisoners as their targets.
|The American Magazine Life|
A group of pictures related to Nanjing Massacre was published in the American magazine Life on January 10,1938.
December 13, 1937
|Japanese troops started the massacre in Nanjing on Dec. 13, 1937, killing more than 300,000 people in the following 40-odd days.
September 3, 1945
Surrender Site in E.China
Trials of War Criminals
War Criminal Confessions
Works Related to World War II