"Comfort Stations" as remembered by Okinawans during World War II / by Hong Yunshin ; translated and edited by Robert Ricketts.

"Okinawa, the only Japanese prefecture invaded by US forces in 1945, was forced to accommodate 146 "military comfort stations" from 1941-45. How did Okinawans view these intrusive spaces and their impact on regional society? Interviews, survivor testimonies, and archival documents show that the Japa...

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Uniform Title:Okinawa senjō no kioku to "ianjo". English
Main Author: Hon, Yunshin, 1978- (Author)
Other Authors: Ricketts, Robert (Translator, Illustrator)
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Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2020]
Series:International comparative social studies ; v. 44.
Physical Description:xii, 564 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
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"Comfort Stations" as remembered by Okinawans during World War Two
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