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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
- Agnes Smedley – A Passionate Warrior with No Compromise
- Israel Epstein – Taking Root in Chinese Soil
- Anna Louise Strong – a Sincere Friend of the Chinese People
- Norman Bethune – A Great International Humanitarian
- D K. Kotnis – Saving Lives Until the Very End
- Hans Shippe – Yimeng Sacrifice
- Rewi Alley – Founder of the Industrial Cooperative
- George Hatem – The First Foreign Citizen
- G. Kulishenko – An Amazing Hawk
- Michael Lindsay – Telecommunications Pioneer of the Eighth Route Army
The Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders
The Memorial Hall of China's War of Resistance Against Japan
30th Anniversary of Normalization of Sino-Japanese Ties
63th Anniversary of Nanjing Massacre
Forced Labor and Sex Slavery

- Wartime Sex Slaves Lose Appeal - 'Comfort Women' Memorial Proposed
- 1st Archives on 'Comfort Women' Opens in Japan - Japanese Atrocity Scrutinized
- China Slams Japanese Official's Remark About 'Comfort Women' - Sex Voucher for Japanese Soldiers Found in China
- Tokyo Court Dnies Cmpensation Forced Laborer - 149 'Comfort Women Houses' Discovered in Shanghai
- Comfort Women Houses Revealed - 'Comfort Women' Deserve Justice
- Japan Rejects 'Comfort Women' Claims - Chinese Woman to Serve As a Witness in Japanese Court
- Campaign Launched for 'Comfort Women' - Death Highlights Sex Slaves
- Researcher Claims War Crimes Worse Than Thought - Tokyo Court's Verdict Unreasonable, Unfair
- Tokyo Court Denies Assistance to Laborers - WWII Chinese Forced Laborers Compensated
- Forced Labor Case Voided in Japan - Chinese Laborers Win Suit in Japan
- Alliance Seeks Redress for Japan's War Crimes - High Court Sets Damages for Chinese Forced Labor
- Chinese Slave Laborers Seek Justice in Japanese Courts - WWII Comfort Station 'Should Be' Protected
- Erotic Photos Burned After Sex Slave Row - Another Japanese Textbook Distorts History, Experts Say
- Japanese Court Rejects Lawsuit - Wartime Laborers Sue Japan for Compensation
- Japanese Compensation on Its Way After 60 Years - WWII Chinese Slave Laborers Win Case in Japan
- "Comfort Women" Suit Rejected
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