Japan's Comfort Women: Sexual Slavery and Prostitution during World War II and the U.S. Occupation

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Index

a
abduction, see procurement
Aberdeen Proving Ground 130
Aborigines, see Australia
abortion, see pregnancy and abortion
Adelaide 103
advance payment 35 , 37 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 50 , 54 , 170
Africa 92 , 101 , 106-7
Ainu, see Japan
alcohol, see drunkenness
Algeria 106
Allied Committee on the Enforcement of the Peace Treaty in Germany 114
Allied Translator and Interpreter Service 84
Ambarawa 73 ;
No. 6 Internment Camp 73 , 74-5 ;
No. 9 Internment Camp 73 , 74 , 76
Amenities in the Japanese Armed Forces84
Andō Rikichi, Lt-Gen. 27
Andong 171-2
Antigua 101
Antique 49-50
Aoji Washio 69
Aragaki Hideo 114
Argo, Col. 86-7
Army and Navy Chaplains Association, Tokyo-Yokohama Chapter 159-61
Arnold, R. 92
arson 13 , 24
Aruba 100
Asahi Shimbun113-14 , 124 , 125
Asahi-chō 119-20
Asmara 92-3
Asō Tetsuo, Dr 14
assault, see physical abuse
Assault No. 1, see condoms
Atami 143 , 148
atomic bomb 125 , 136 , 139 , 165
Atsugi airbase 115 , 116 , 119 , 121 , 147 , 151
Australia:
Aborigines 180 ;
Australian Infantry Forces 95 ;
BCOF 126 , 131 ;
comfort women 167 ;
Committee of National Morale 103 ;
indifference to comfort
women 82 , 83 , 86 ;
military prostitution in 99-105 ;
9th Regiment 80 ;
7th Australian Division 96 ;
tensions between US and Australian troops 102-3 ;
34th Australian Infantry Brigade 156 ;
US military-controlled prostitution in 102 ;
US troops in 102

b
Balikpapan 28 , 62 , 78-9
Bandung 62 , 68 , 69 , 72 , 78
Bangkok 79 , 80
Bankong Internment Camp 73
barmaids 16 , 36 , 69 , 71
Barn, Fr Patrick 114
bars 36 , 37 , 135 , 161
Batavia 61 , 65-6 , 69 , 72 , 79 ;
War Crimes Tribunal 76 , 78
Bayne-Jones, Col. Stanhope 90
Beaufort 81
beer halls, see bars
Beijing 18 , 22
Beirut 96
Benedict, Ruth 85
Bengbu 14 , 45
Bernasco, Mrs 62
Black Spring127
Blora 62
Bogor Internment Camp 76
Borneo 27 , 28 , 61 , 80-1
Bosnia-Herzegovina 50 , 177 ;
rape factories xvi , 50 , 174-5 , 181
Bourland, Maj. Philip 159
Brisbane 103
Britain:
indifference to comfort women 82 , 83 , 86 ;
military-controlled prostitution 92-3 , 175 ;
sailors 116 , 168
British Commonwealth Occupation Forces 126 , 131 , 156 , 160
British Guyana 99 , 100 , 101
British Malaya 168
British-Borneo Civil Affairs Unit 80
bromide 175
brothel owners 14-15 , 18 , 19 , 23 , 27 , 35-6 , 173
Brumfield, Maj. William 90 , 92-8 , 99 , 100 , 101 , 107 , 109
burglary by Allies 117 , 120
Burma 42 , 85
Buru Island 79
butterflies 165

c
cafés 36 , 37
Cagayan de Oro 47
Cairo 106
Cairo Purification Committee 94
Camp Polk 91
Camp Sendai 130
Camp Toneyama 130-1
Cape Town 167
capitalism, Japanese:
sex industry and development of xvi , 170-1 , 182

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Figure and Tables xi
  • Plates xii
  • Foreword xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Author's Note xx
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Origins of the Comfort Women System 8
  • 2 - Procurement of Comfort Women and Their Lives as Sexual Slaves 33
  • 3 - Comfort Women in the Dutch East Indies 61
  • 4 - Why Did the Us Forces Ignore the Comfort Women Issue? 84
  • 5 - Sexual Violence Committed by the Allied Occupation Forces Against Japanese Women: 1945-1946 110
  • 6 - Japanese Comfort Women for the Allied Occupation Forces 133
  • Notes 183
  • Index 206
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