The Other Holocaust
Like Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist who protected Jews, Mr. John
Rabe and few other western foreigners risked their life and helped to save
250,000 Chinese refugees
from being killed. Chinese called him "The living Budda of Nanking".
As the leader of local Nazi Party and Safety Zone Chairman in Nanjing,
Mr. Rabe also wrote a letter to Hitler about the Japanese War Crimes and asked
Hitler to persuade Japan to stop the atrocities. Ursula Reinhardt, his
granddaughter from Berlin, showed the 8 volumes of diary of war the very first
time to the public in New York on December 12, 1996. The English version of
his complete diaries is finally available
The Good Man of Nanking - The Diaries of John Rabe
Minnie Vautrin, was an American missionary from a little town of
Michigan. In unswerving defiance of the Japanese, she turned Ginling
College in Nanking into a sanctuary for 10,000 women and girl, who
honored her as their "Goddess of Mercy", a "Living Goddess".
The book is based on her diary, maintained during the entire siege,
correspondences, eyewitness, government documents, and interviews with
American Goddess at the Rape of Nanking: The Courage of Minnie Vautrin
A must read new book in its 7th print in just 1 month
The Rape of Nanking - The Forgotten Holocaust of WWII (BasicBooks, Dec. 1997
ISBN 0-465-06835-9) By Iris Chang
who extensively researched documents in the US, Germany, China and
Japan, diaries from Japanese soldiers, first-hand interviews with
eye-witnesses and survivors.
It remained on the New York Times Bestseller List for 13 weeks and
also hit the bestseller lists in the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los
Angeles Times, USA Today and San Francisco Chronicle
Another must-read book
"Rape of Nanking: An Undeniable History in Photographs"
(Triumph Books) by Shi Young and James Yin with many photos taken by
Japanese soldiers themselves as souvenir pictures that were copied and
hidden by a Chinese
employee of the photo shop. To thumb through the book is an almost unbearable
The Nanjing Massacre: A Japanese Journalist
Confronts Japan's National Shame by Honda Katsuichi. ISBN 0-7656-0335-7.
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