The infamous Nanjing Massacre of 1937, in which the Japanese
Imperial Army raped and slaughtered countless Chinese citizens on
the eve of World War II, has been described in well-publicized
books from various Chinese, Japanese and German perspectives. But
this collection of first-hand testimony from the archives of the
Yale Divinit; School Library may be the most powerful record of
all. Here are eyewitness accounts by a remarkable group of nine men
and one woman - dedicated, compassionate, well-educated,
articulate, and devout missionaries who were ther on the scene,
refusing to leave, and doing everything in their power to save the
Chinese victims of this appalling atrocity.
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