Document on “comfort women for army” discovered

Pyongyang, August 26 (KCNA) — A document on the Japanese imperialists’ criminal relations with the “comfort women for the army” issue was recently discovered in the U.S., the South Korean paper Hangyore August 22 said.

The document was made in may 1945.
It says that Japanese imperialists took two Korean sisters surnamed Kim to Manila of Philippines to reduce them to sex slaves when they were 28 and 19.
Those girls, as well as the Japanese soldiers, were taken prisoner after the U.S. troop landed in Philippines at the end of the Pacific War.
The recently-discovered document is said to be made by pow camp authorities under the control of the U.S. Forces.

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