The Evil That Men Do...

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"The evil that men do lives after them:
The good is oft interred with their bones." -- Julius Caesar

The record of humankind's cruelty to fellow humans is a long, sad story. Perhaps the most appropriate reaction is compassion for all peoples, for their inabilty in times of war to resist the powers of darkness and persecution of enemies. The following sites detail the imprisoning of Japanese-Americans in concentration camps, the atrocities Japan committed in Asia--still unacknowledged, the American refusal to prosecute war criminals who could aid development of our own biological weapons programs, and other examples of the universal tendency toward cruelty.

  1. A History of the Japanese-American Internment
  2. Children of the Camps
  3. Internment of San Francisco Japanese
  4. The Japanese American National Museum
  5. Japanese-Americans Internment Camps During World War II
  6. Internment Camps in America
  7. "Suffering under a Great Injustice": Ansel Adams's Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar
  8. Japanese-American Regional Digital Archives: Related Sites and Resources
  9. Public Art Works in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles

Just as currently the Turkish government denies the "allegations" of 1915 atrocities against Armenians, and some groups deny the Holocaust, there is no official acknowledgement of the atrocities the Japanese committed in Asia. The links below show that a balanced view must note the blood on all our hands, and the tragedies in all our cultures.

  1. Nanjing Massacre: A Retrospective
  2. The Other Holocaust: Nanjing Massacre, Sex Slaves, Opium WMD Unit 731, 100, 516, and Slavery
  3. The Fall of Singapore
  4. Japan's Economic Expansion into Manchuria and China in World War Two
  5. The Nanjing Atrocities
  6. Japan's Biological Weapons Program
  7. The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of World War II
  8. Unit 731 Testimony
  9. Unit 731
  10. Germ Warfare Timeline
  11. Japanese History: Militarism and World War II
  12. Japan: The Modern Era
  13. Nanjing Massacre: A History Written in Blood and Flesh
  14. The Princeton Nanking Conference



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