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The anti-Fascist war between the 1930s and 1940s was the first just war of a global scale in human history. It ended in the Axis' unconditional surrender in 1945, 60 years ago. Over 2 billion people in Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania (exceeding four-fifths of the world population at that time) were involved in the war. People who had experienced that unheard-of calamity will never forget those days when flames of battle raged everywhere.
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Allied Against Adversity
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The Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders
The Memorial Hall of China's War of Resistance Against Japan
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Nanjing Massacre

- Historical Materials on Nanjing Massacre Published - Documentary Reveals Truth of Atrocity
- Massacre Museum Launches English Website - Nanjing Massacre Survivor Recalls Haunting Memories
- Massacre Survivors Found Overseas - Distorted History Textbook Unacceptable
- Don't Rewrite History If Want Healthy Relationship - Nanjing Memorial to Be Extended
- Nanjing Massacre Survivor Wins Lawsuit - Nanjing Massacre Eyewitness Diary to Be Published
- Denial of Nanjing Massacre Unforgivable - Donations Increase Understanding of Nanjing Massacre
- Nanjing Remembers - A Nanjing Massacre Survivor Dies
- Massacre Victim Sues Japanese Writers - Tokyo Urged to Teach True History
- Nanjing Museum Receives Massacre Evidence - Chinese Mark War against Japanese Aggression
- Students Collect Oral History of Nanjing Massacre - Nanjing's WW II Horrors Freely Seen
- Peace Bell Rings for Massacre Victims - Memories of Massacre Preserved
- Japanese Official Decried over Nanking Claim - Danish Reports Highlight Japanese WW II Atrocities
- Chinese War Survivor Wins Anti-defamation Lawsuit in Tokyo - Diary Gives Voice to Nanjing Victims
- Remember History, Pray for World Peace - Japanese Testimonies on Nanjing Massacre Published
- Collector Displays Wartime Evidence - Camera Recording Nanjing Massacre Donated to Nanjing
- Right-wingers Afraid of Museum's Truth - China Marks 71st Anniversary of Sept. 18 Incident
- Memory of Japan's Wartime Crimes Still Clear - Massacre Survivor in Landmark Legal Win
- Massacre Victims Protest Japanese PM's Shrine Visit - An American Donates Documentary on Nanjing Massacre to China
- Photos From Germany Offer New Evidence of Nanjing Massacre - New Photos Honour Victims of Nanjing Massacre
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