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Race Against Time to Interview China's Nanjing Massacre Survivorsi
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December 20, 2013 9:20 PM
In 1937, Japanese forces swept through Nanjing, China, and systematically killed civilians and soldiers. There is now a joint effort to collect video testimonies from the survivors of the Nanjing Massacre. And it is being carried out with a sense of urgency, because only about 200 survivors are still alive.

Race Against Time to Interview China's Nanjing Massacre Survivors

Published December 20, 2013

In 1937, Japanese forces swept through Nanjing, China, and systematically killed civilians and soldiers. There is now a joint effort to collect video testimonies from the survivors of the Nanjing Massacre. And it is being carried out with a sense of urgency, because only about 200 survivors are still alive.


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