Andrew E. Barshay
As the Japanese empire collapsed in August 1945, over six hundred thousand Japanese soldiers in Manchuria surrendered to the Red Army and were transported to Soviet labor camps, mainly in Siberia. There they were held for between two and four years, and some far longer. The Siberian Internment, as it is known, brought prolonged forced labor and exposure to an intense campaign of Stalinist reeducation in which Japanese activists played an important role. ... Read more
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