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When we were bored we had some fun killing Chinese Buried them alive or push them into a fire or beat them to death with clubs or kill them by other cruel means Wrote in a December 15 1937 entry to the diary of a Japanese soldier in the 23rd Regiment of the 18th Division portraying the monstrous atrocity of the Japanese occupation of Nanjing China during World War II It was to be called the Nanjing Massacre Sadly this crucial event in history was often times overshadowed by the Holocaust in Nazi Germany thus the Nanjing Massacre was also known as the Forgotten Holocaust Yet in a mere span of only months three hundred thousand people were savagely slaughtered and twenty hundred thousand more women were ruthless raped The brutality and atrocity displayed in the Nanjing Massacre was never to be surpassed in human history On December 13th 1937 Nanjing the Capital of China during the war finally fell to the Japanese Feeling humiliated for not capturing China within three months Japanese military forces immediately systematically started to murder civilian in the Chinese capital under the Kill all Loot all Burn all military policy For the next six weeks this capital was filled with brutal inhumane venomous acts of genocide against innocent civilians Chinese soldiers refugees and many others The crimes ranged from mass execution to burning raping and looting On December 13th many of the refugees tried to flee for their lives by crossing the Yangtze River When they arrived at the river there was no type of transportation for them to cross The Japanese arrived and started to fire at the people swimming across the river and along the banks of the shore And when it was all over one Japanese solider reported that the river had turned red and was covered with women men and children of all ages totaling more than 50000 bodies Within two days the streets of
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