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December 13, 2007



It's hard to credit the Japanese denial given that Japanese newspapers of the time reported many of the killings including the story of a "beheading contest" between two officers, who lost count after 100 deaths each. The officers, Mukai Toshiaki and Noda Takeshi, were named and interviewed in the "Japan Advertiser". Makai was named the winner with 106 killings.

More strangely, one of the witnesses, a senior Nazi party member in Nanking called Rabe colected evidence and returned with it to Germany to report, expecting them to protest, which of course they did not.

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