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Scapegoat survivors: Japanese comfort women and the contemporary justice movement -- The Taisho democratisation of prostitution -- The 1930s militarisation of civilian prostitution -- The military democratisation of prostitution -- Japan's imperial sex industries and the trafficking of colonial prostituted women into comfort stations -- Okinawan prostituted women and comfort stations at war's end -- Conclusion: sexual slavery and the crucible of contemporary Japan.
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