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So long asleep : waking the ghosts of a war / a film by David Plath

データ種別 図書
出版者 Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources
出版年 2016, c2018
大きさ 1 videodisc (60 min.) ; 4 3/4 in.

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ASRS (自動化書庫) DVD// 316.81/P71 08069082



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一般注記 DVD : NTSC color : Japanese
English subtitles
"During the Asia-Pacific War a million young Korean men were rounded up and shipped overseas to labor camps elsewhere in Imperial Japan. Thousands died, and were dumped into unmarked graves. Governments waffle over responsibility for their remains. On the 70th anniversary of the end of the War a group of multinational volunteers carried home for reburial the remains of 115 men who died on wartime projects in Hokkaido. We travel with the pilgrimage as it moves across the Japanese archipelago holding public memorial services in major cities, and then crossing to South Korea for reinterment in Seoul. Using the past to face the future, the project brings together Korean and Japanese students not just to excavate remains but to cooperate in building an East Asia freed from the fires of ethnic and nationalist rancor. The project has been hailed as a model of repatriation and reconciliation that can be applied to war and remembrance problems elsewhere"--Back of container
著者標目 *Plath, David W.
件 名 Labor camps--Japan--History--20th century.
Prisoners of war--Abuse of--Asia--History.
Internment camps--Japan--History--20th century.
書誌ID 4100119207

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