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都是大屠杀,都不可忘记 Holocaust and Nanjing Massacre, Neither Shall We Forget

by Aaron Wood

December 13, 2010 | 4:04 pm

上个月初有个大屠杀纪念周活动(The 30th Holocaust Education Week, November 1-9, 2010, Greater Toronto Area),期间听了个讲座,获赠了几本大屠杀幸存者的自传。这一个多月,很大一部分业余时间都在看这几本自传。今天是2010年12月13日,我应该记起另一场骇人听闻的大屠杀——二战时期发生在南京的日军对中国人的大屠杀。纳粹屠杀犹太人,日军屠杀中国人,都是大屠杀,都不应该忘记。

1937年12月13日《东京日日新闻》报道:日军少尉向井敏明和野田毅在进军南京途中相约“杀人竞赛”,商定在占领南京时先杀满100人者为胜。到南京紫金山下时,二人各称杀了106人和105人。二人决定这次比赛不分胜负,重新比赛谁先杀满150名中国人。

In 1937, the Japanese newspaper Tokyo Nichi Nichi Shimbun covered a contest between two Japanese officers, Toshiaki Mukai and Tsuyoshi Noda, vying each other to be the first to kill 100 Chinese with their swords, en route to Nanking. Both officers surpassed their goal, making it impossible to determine which officer had actually won the contest. Therefore, they decided to begin another contest, aiming to kill 150.

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