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A monument to the UNESCO listing of Nanjing Massacre documents will be built in Nanjing to mark the global consensus of the historical events .[Detail]
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The archives of Nanjing Massacre were listed in the "Memory of the World Register" on Oct 10. East of Nanjing, a large-scale documentary feature film directed and made by Zhu Cheng, a young director from Wuxi, also wrapped on this day after three years of work.[Detail]
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11 archives of Nanjing Massacre are successfully listed in the UNESCO’s Memory of World Register recently. Ma Zhendu, associate curator of the Second Historical Archives of China, revealed that these 11 groups of archives will be put into a data base and open to the public to let more people see them.[Detail]
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China will set up a special database and upgrade the protection of documents regarding the Nanjing Massacre after files on the atrocity were listed on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.[Detail]
Friday is an important day for the Chinese, and, to some extent, all honest and peace-loving people across the world.Details of the slaughter were provided by foreigners who helped Chinese during the crisis through letters and diary entries.  The massacre was so shocking that poet W. H.[Detail]
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Researchers and the public cheered as UNESCO listed Nanjing Massacre documents on Friday, saying the inscription marks an "international recognition and consensus" of records that have been distorted by the Japanese right wing.[Detail]
A total of 47 new nominations, including Documents of the Nanjing Massacre from China, are inscribed on the Memory of the World Register by the International Advisory Committee of UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme, announced Friday UNESCO in a press release.[Detail]
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China is applying to UNESCO to list documents relating to the 1937 Nanjing Massacre on the Memory of the World Register . From Sunday to Tuesday , a UNESCO panel met in the United Arab Emirates to examine 87 nominations to the register .[Detail]
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A group of old photos on Nanjing taken by the Japanese army which invaded China during the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1937 - 1945) were made public on Aug 12.[Detail]
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Patrol boats hang banners to mourn victims of the Nanjing Massacre during China's first National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre Victims in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Dec. 13, 2014. [Detail]
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Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses a state commemoration for China's first National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre Victims in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Dec. 13, 2014. [Detail]
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China’s State Archives Administration has released more evidence on its website documenting the scale of the Nanjing Massacre. The transcripts and pictures are the sixth in a seven-part series revealing the crimes against humanity committed by Japanese troops during the invasion period. [Detail]
Memories of the massacre in Nanjing 77 years ago should not only be remembered as crimes against the Chinese, but atrocities against all that is human.[Detail]
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China's State Archives Administration has released more evidence on its website documenting the scale of the Nanjing Massacre.[Detail]
The second episode of a serial documentary on the Nanjing Massacre was released on Monday ahead of the inaugural National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre Victims[Detail]