The Nanking Massacre and its place in the Society of Japan Name Professor Course Date Introduction Giving readers a recorded foundation of what occurred in Nanking December 1937 is critical to comprehension and blending why the occasions happened and how they are verifiably huge. This study focuses on the Nanking Massacre and its place in the society of Japan as well as how it compares with the Holocaust. "Atrocities and genocide " when individuals think about this adage most likely the primary occurrence that presumably rings a bell is the Holocaust and with that the Nuremburg Trials and The Final Solution which in themselves are essential recorded occasions that understudies and researchers alike ought to perceive and regard. Be that as it may looking to the Nanking Massacre can give fascinating knowledge by inspecting the elucidations of the occasion a short time later for about three decades the slaughter assault didn't slaughter anybody. In Hitler's Nazi domain assault happened yet so did executing of Jewish ladies. References Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi The Nanking Atrocity 1937-38: Complicating the Picture vol. 2 (New York: Berghahn Books 2007) pg. #4. F. Tillman "All Captives Slain " review The New York Times December 18 1937 pg. #10. Iris Chang The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of World War II (New York NY: Basic Books 1997) pg. 46. Joshua A. Fogel The Nanjing Massacre in History and Historiography (Berkeley: University of California Press 2000) pg. #41. Minoru Kitamura Hal Gold and Minoru Kitamura The Politics of Nanjing: An Impartial Investigation (Lanham MD: University Press of America 2007) pg. #26. Masahiro Yamamoto "Fall of Nanking " in Nanking: Anatomy of an Atrocity (Westport CT: Praeger 2000) pg. #61. Timothy Brook Documents on the Rape of Nanking (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press 1999) pg.18-287. [...]
(1) demonstrate a working knowledge of the cultural history of imperial and post-colonial Japan, including familiarity with important trends, movements, writers/artists, and individual works. (2) apply key concepts in imperial and post-colonial studies, in order to extend these analytical frameworks beyond Japan to global, comparative challenges. (3) Make a comparison between the Nanking massacre and other events like the United States Army and the Central Intelligence Agency committed a series of human rights violations against detainees in the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq or the holocaust or other events in history.