La violación de Nanking



En diciembre de 1937 tuvo lugar una de las masacres m s brutales que se recuerdan en tiempos de guerra El ej rcito japon s entr en Nanking, entonces capital de China, y en pocas semanas no s lo saque e incendi la antigua ciudad indefensa, sino que sistem ticamente viol , tortur y asesin a m s de 300.000 civiles Mediante entrevistas a supervivientes y documentos desclasificados en cuatro idiomas, Iris Chang, cuyos abuelos escaparon de la masacre, ha escrito la historia definitiva de este horrible episodio desde tres perspectivas diferentes la de los soldados nipones, la de los civiles chinos y la de un grupo de europeos y norteamericanos que se negaron a abandonar la ciudad y lograron crear una peque a zona de seguridad que salv a casi 200.000 chinos.Sorprendentemente, esta atrocidad, una de las peores en la historia de la humanidad, sigue siendo negada por el Gobierno japon s Pese a que el n mero total de muertos en Nanking supera el de varios pa ses europeos enteros, e incluso el de las explosiones at micas de Hiroshima y Nagasaki, la Guerra Fr a condujo a reprimir toda discusi n sobre el asunto Para Chang, esta conspiraci n de silencio, que persiste hasta hoy, constituye una segunda violaci n. Read La violación de Nanking – e17streets4all.co.ukLa violación de Nanking

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the La violación de Nanking book, this is one of the most wanted Iris Chang author readers around the world.

Download La violación de Nanking  – e17streets4all.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 326 pages
  • La violación de Nanking
  • Iris Chang
  • 11 February 2017

10 thoughts on “La violación de Nanking

  1. says:

    Gripping As a Japanese, it pisses me off how history turned out for the Class A war criminals who never got reprimanded or punished after the war, and it pisses me off all thefor the government s steady and FUCKED UP denial of its past war crimes Both the ultranationalists and those conservative politi...

  2. says:

    Any comments regarding politics will be dealt with Flagged, blocked, accompanied by one of my endlessly innovative insults Take your political opinions elsewhere, the few of you who think this is bloody Facebook I m not interestedAlmost all people have this potential for evil, which would be unleashed only under certain dangerous social circumstances A beloved European friend, who s currently living in Changzhou, has been pestering me to read this book for months I was unwilling Of c Any comments regarding politics will be dealt with Flagged, blocked, accompanied by one of my endlessly innovative insults Take your political opinions elsewhere, the few of you who think this is bloody Facebook I m not interestedAlmost all people have this potential for evil, which would be unleashed only under certain dangerous social circumstances A beloved European friend, who s currently living in Changzhou, has be...

  3. says:

    Iris Chang committed suicide I can t help wondering if doing the research for this book didn t create or deepen her depression She was an obviously passionate person and turning that passion loose on uncovering what really happened in Nanking in December 1937 must have shook her deeply.Just reading it shook me deeply.As a history major in college, I was aware of the allegations against the Japanese in WWII, not just in Nanking but all over S.E Asia As an ongoing student of WWII and someone w Iris Chang committed suicide I can t help wondering if doing the research for this book didn t create or deepen her depression She was an obviously passionate person and turning that passion loose on uncovering what really happened in Nanking in December 1937 must have shook her deeply.Just reading it shook me deeply.As a history major in college, I was aware of ...

  4. says:

    A dark rabbit hole into the abyss, this is Or, as Jaidee says we suck as a species In December 1937 Japanese troops advanced from Shanghai to Nanjing All of the sickeningly familiar war crime atrocities occurred It s like there s a template or step by step guide that gets followed.Chang s research found the diary of John Rabe which provides an improbable ray of hope in all the atrocious horror.The Nazi Who Saved NankingPerhaps the most fascinating character to emerge from the history of th A dark rabbit hole into the abyss, this is Or, as Jaidee says we suck as a species In December 1937 Japanese troops advanced from Shanghai to Nanjing All of the sickeningly familiar war crime atrocities occurred It s like there s a template or step by step guide that gets followed.Chang s research found the diary of John Rabe which provides an improbable ray of hope in all the atrocious horror.The Nazi Who Saved NankingPerhaps the most fascinating character to emerge from the history of...

  5. says:

    By far the most painful book I have ever read and yet a book that should be READ, passed on, READ, passed on, READ and passed on and ON so that new generations of people learn what those forever silent can t relate to their loved ones because they themselves have been Massacred I came across this book having just finished White Chrysanthemum a historical fiction account of The Comfort Women and wanting to readon this time in history I found this book.The Nanking Massacre was an episode of By far the most painful book I have ever read and yet a book that should be READ, passed on, READ, passed on, READ and passed on and ON so that new generations of people learn what those forever silent can t relate to their loved ones because they themselves have been Massacred I came across this book having just finished White Chrysanthemum a historical fiction account of The Comfort Women and wanting to readon this time in history I found this book.The Nanking Massacre was an episode of mass murder and mass rape in 1937 that lasted for 6 weeks, committed by Japanese troops against the residents of Nanjing Nanking , then the capital of the Republic of China, during the Second Sino Japanese War More than 300,000 chinese civilians and soldiers were systematicall...

  6. says:

    Is JeSuisCharlie still trending on Twitter Or, rather, is it still fashionable to bleat and moan about freedom of speech without mention of the First Amendment Zones in Ferguson, the labeling of protesters as looters and militants by mass media, this particular gem of a post, and so many other violations of the right to speak that aren t saturated enough with European imperialism to merit the world s attention Just look how the Boko Haram massacre of thousands was received by a world in mou Is JeSuisCharlie still trending o...

  7. says:

    I read this book in 1999 and was surprised to find that it was not on my GR list I was not writing detailed reviews at the time so my single paragraph will have to suffice, but I did take down a few significant passages from the book, and pasted those at the bottom.This book tells of the Japanese destruction, truly a rape of Nanking in December 1937 It is estimated that up to 350,000 people were murdered within a few weeks, many horribly The Japanese have never acknowledged this atrocity, a I read this book in 1999 and was surprised to find that it was not on my GR list I was not writing detailed reviews at the time so my single paragraph will have to suffice, but I did take down a few significant passages from the book, and pasted those at the bottom.This book tells of the Japanese destruction, truly a rape of Nanking in December 1937 It is estimated that up to 350,000 people were murdered within a few weeks, many horribly The Japanese have never acknowledged this atrocity, and in fact many of those involved remained in influential government positions Because of cold war politics, most of the perpetrators of this were spared punishment.The book was detailed and chilling I have not yet seen the documentary, which is supposed to be excellent It is on my Netflix queue.While Japan is capable of greatness, too often their intensity and creativity have been put to dark purposes Nanking was one instance A recent news item about how Japan is doing its utmost to hang ...

  8. says:

    Okay, I waited for the holiday season to be over before I put this review The review contains information of gruesome violence and depressing images If you want to stay in good mood, don t read it I don t think it will change anything view spoilerThe Japanese, I learned, sliced babies not just in half but in thirds and fourths, they said the Yangtze River ran red with blood for days Chinese witnesses saw Japanese rape girls under ten years of age in the streets and then slash them in h Okay, I waited for the holiday season to be over before I put this review The review contains information of gruesome violence and depressing images If you want to stay in good mood, don t read it I don t think it will change anything view spoilerThe Japanese, I learned, sliced babies not just in half but in thirds and fourths, they said the Yangtze River ran red with blood for days Chinese witnesses saw Japanese rape girls under ten years of age in the streets and then slash them in half by sword In some cases, the Japanese sliced open the vaginas of preteen girls in order to ravish themeffectivelyHave you ever noticed how our compassion seems to work on a sort of value index The higher a victim of some tragedy scores on that index, thethe compassion of the world s he gets To calculate your own value make a list...

  9. says:

    ETA There is muchin this book than the simple listing of atrocities committed How came it to be that the Japanese soldiers lost all natural sense of right and wrong Why did the world look away Why has punishment never been allotted What can be done to prevent this from happening again All of these questions are addressed in the book Michael, I am adding this for you EVERYBODY should read this book Yes, that means YOU I am annoyed at myself I have had this on ETA There is muchin this book than the simple listing of atrocities committed How came it to be that the Japanese soldiers lost all natural sense of right and wrong Why did the world look away Why has punishment never been allotted What can be done to prevent this from happening again All of these questions are addressed in the book Michael, I am adding this for you EVERYBODY should read this book Yes, that means YOU I am annoyed at myself I have had this on my shelves for ages First my excuse was that it was too difficult to get my hands on Then it was too expensive Then I convinced myself that since I DO acknowledge the massacre, it really wasn t necessary to read the horrible details of it.at those reviewers that make statements refuting the book s value I have read the following the problem is that her history relies almost solely on told accounts, from the Ch...

  10. says:

    Rape of Nanking is mainly discussing TWO injustice set of actions by Japanese officials to Nanking population including some foreigners This book discuss some Westerners that saved many lives, and of course regarding Nanking massacre it is unavoidable to mention International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone The FIRST injustice is the massacre itself at late 1937 early 1938 If you don t aware about the incident, this book is an eye opening And you don t have to stop with this book in Rape of ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *