Witness to History: What One Man Saw in China at War
From Ansel Lurio on June 22nd, 2020
Often overshadowed by the Nanjing Massacre, the occupation of Hangzhou during World War II by the Japanese was no less brutal. Using primary sources, Dr. Joseph W. Ho, Assistant Professor of History, Albion College and Prof. Charles Bright, Arthur J. Thurnau Professor of History, University of Michigan, co-authors of the book “War and Occupation in China,” explored the first hand accounts of one American missionary during the occupation. Recorded November 5, 2019.