Japan and China Island Disputes & Japanese Nationalism


The blog on Japan and China Island Disputes & Japanese Nationalism aims to refute Chinese accusations that the Japanese military is to be blamed for the Nanking massacre. The site stresses that the alleged massacre was a fabrication and explains in detail the sequence of events that occurred when Japan occupied China in December 1937 during the Second World War.

Visual Aesthetics – 9

Featuring an all-white theme, the blog can easily capture attention through the main headline and the black and white photos of Japanese soldiers in close interaction with the Chinese refugees.

User Friendliness – 10

The blog has only a single page hence a visitor just has to scroll down to browse through the entire content. Some links are included and direct to the correct pages. The photos can be enlarged as well by clicking each image.

Reading Enjoyment – 9

Those curious about what really happened during the Japanese occupation of China in 1937 and what transpired before and after the so-called Nanking massacre will not be disappointed when visiting the Remnant site. The details provided will give visitors a clearer picture of the Second World War events.

Useful Info – 10

The content available on the site, both details and photos, is very useful to people wanting to learn about the Japanese occupation of China and the events that took place before, during and after the Nanking massacre. It speaks a lot about Japanese nationalism. The photos published in local newspapers in 1937 also provide support to the claim that the Japanese soldiers were not responsible for the mass killings in Nanking that killed hundreds of thousands of Chinese.

Overall Experience – 9

Visiting the blog should provide an enriching experience particularly to readers interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the Nanking massacre of 1937. The site strongly supports the Japan and its soldiers in their bid to refute accusations that they were responsible for the mass killings that took place in Nanking during the Second World War.

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