Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women | 1999

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A look at the conditions that forced over 200,000 Korean women to serve as sex slaves to the Japanese Imperial Army during WWII. The government of Japan's continued denial that women were ever taken, held, and used ...more

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A look at the conditions that forced over 200,000 Korean women to serve as sex slaves to the Japanese Imperial Army during WWII. The government of Japan's continued denial that women were ever taken, held, and used against their consent finally drove some now elderly "comfort women" to go public with their stories in 1991 and demand an official apology.

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