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New 'Rape of Nanking' Photo Found

Sing Tao Daily & World Journal, Posted: Sep 19, 2008

BEIJING -- A photo of the Nanking Massacre was found in Kobe City, Japan. The photo shows the Japanese burying Chinese people alive in the city of Nanking, which is now known as Nanjing. The Sing Tao Daily reports that the newly found photo captured a scene that was already in another photo published in a Chinese book in 1938, but from a different angle. Many Japanese denied that they committed the Nanking Massacre and argued that the published photo was made from photographic manipulation. According to the World Journal, 78 year old Kobe resident Eizou Yoshimoto found the photo, which belonged to his father who has passed away. Yoshimoto said his father was in Nanking when the Japanese took over the city.

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