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Nanjing museum pays tribute to World War II comfort women victims

As China marks a National Day of remembrance for Nanjing Massacre victims, a new museum has opened that documents the suffering of sex slaves, known as “comfort women”, at the hands of Imperial Japanese troops during World War II. The museum opened to the public this month and was built atop the former site of a “comfort station” or military brothel. It is made of eight buildings, and houses more than 1,600 items and 600 photographs.

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