文明のターンテーブルThe Turntable of Civilization on September 2016

日本の時間、世界の時間。
The time of Japan, the time of the world

but there is no evidence that Honda or Asahi covered the Japanese side.

2017-11-05 21:36:38 | 日記

The following is the chapter sent to 2016-05-04.

The following is the continuation of the previous chapter.

Questionnaire was sent to officials of former Fushun Mining Co., Ltd., former South Manchuria Mining Co., Ltd.

As a result of meeting with about 60 respondents who answered, all respondents answered as follows. 

'I have never seen pit of ten thousand corpses' 'I did not even know the word pit of ten thousand corpses'

Tanabe announced the findings that in Heisei 2, magazine Sound Argument (August issue) ‘There was no pit of ten thousand corpses.’

To this, Honda refuted ‘It is strange to conclude with a small number of questionnaires.’

In response to the discrepancies between the two sides, the Tokyo Fushun Kai made by former Fushun Coal Mine officials sent questionnaires to all 1,000 members.

Scrutinizing the responses from 469 people, the association concluded that 'there was no pit of ten thousand corpses as a places to throw out humans of forced labor.'

Executives of former South Manchuria Mining Co., Ltd. had asked the Asahi Shimbun at that time to cancel the article saying 'pit of ten thousand corpses is a groundless'.

However, it was said that it was 'refusing to receive a caller'.

Kentaro Kuno who was an electric engineer at Fushun Coal Mine also sent a letter to Honda for protest.

In March 1986, Honda posted this reply to Kuno.

‘I am only speaking to say the Chinese side as it is, so if you are protesting, would you please do it directly to the Chinese side?’

A lot of people should have survived at the time of serialization, but there is no evidence that Honda or Asahi covered the Japanese side.

This draft continues.


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