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Description Chinese to be buried alive by Japanese soldiers during Nanking Massacre. In 2008, another photo which presents the same scene was discovered in Japan verifies its authenticity . 《日寇暴行实录》配图标题:南京寇军活埋我同胞之惨状
Date 1937/38
Source First published in: A Faithful Record of Atrocity of Japanese Troops, 1938

最早发表在:《 日寇暴行实录》. 军事委员会政治部编. 汉口: 1938. 35页

Department of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara
The Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders
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