Former Japanese soldier Masayoshi Matsumoto
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Former Japanese soldier: 'I call myself a war criminal'

Seventy years after the end of World War Two, revisionism in Japan is growing stronger and becoming more mainstream.

Some are denying that Japan committed war atrocities, including forcing women in China, South Korea and South East Asia to be comfort women, or sex slaves for Japanese soldiers.

But former Japanese soldier Masayoshi Matsumoto is speaking out against these revisionists.

  • 04 Aug 2015
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