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Author: HONG Yunshin

1946 survey of conditions on Miyakojima conducted by the Okinawa Civilian Administration (Okinawa Minseifu), 139 inhabitants were killed and 90 injured as a result of enemy air attacks and bombardments. Mercifully, the loss of life to shelling, rocketing, and strafing appears modest compared to that on

In: “Comfort Stations” as Remembered by Okinawans during World War II
Author: HONG Yunshin

–1879), but the narrow parameters of acceptable academic inquiry at the time prevented researchers from mining battlefield memories as a store of living knowledge about the past (see appendix). Existing army staff reports and other official military documents mention comfort stations but virtually ignore the

In: “Comfort Stations” as Remembered by Okinawans during World War II
Author: Antony Goedhals

. ‘A Pilgrimage to Enoshima’ The next essay in Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan , ‘A Pilgrimage to Enoshima’, was written much later while Hearn was living in Kumamoto where he went (in late

In: The Neo-Buddhist Writings of Lafcadio Hearn