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I wonder how the history of Japan is taught in Japanese schools and universities.
Recently I have read an articte that says that many young people from Japan do not know much of the 20th century's history of Japan. It is because the textbooks have very limited information (just a couple of papers) about such things like Nanking Massacre (南京事件), Comfort Women (慰安婦), Unit 731 (七三一部隊) etc.
Is it true?
And in general, what is the Japanese people attitude towards the Showa period and participation of Japan in WWII?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Culture



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