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978-0-931209-88-8 / 0931209889

Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women

by Kim-Gibson, Dai Sil

Publisher:Mid-Prairie Books

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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Silence Broken is essentially an oral history of Korean women who were forced into sexual slavery by Japan during World War II. Their stories, told to the author in Korea, China and Japan, are the core of the book. Additional chapters provide readers with contextual and historical information. The stories of these women contain their 'flesh and blood', as one reader put it. In addition to presenting the stories, Kim-Gibson explores their lives before and after forced servitude. Other works focus on their years of servitude.

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