Raping women seems to be a normal byproduct of wars. During World War II, the Japanese military even set up a system of sex slavery: tens of thousands of ""comfort women"" in Asia were forced into prostitution at military brothels. Jan Banning and Hilde Janssen visited Indonesian women who during the war were victims of sexual forced labour. In this book, 18 of them break the persistent taboo against speaking out on the issue. Showing them in combination with Japanese war posters, the book presents male and female sides of, and propaganda versus reality.
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