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According to testimonies, young women were abducted from their homes in countries under Imperial Japanese rule.

In many cases, women were lured with promises of work in factories or restaurants, or opportunities for higher education; once recruited, they were incarcerated in comfort stations both inside their nations and abroad.

Military correspondence of the Imperial Japanese Army shows that the aim of facilitating comfort stations was the prevention of rape crimes committed by Japanese army personnel and thus preventing the rise of hostility among people in occupied areas.

Since prostitution in Japan was well-organized and open, the Japanese government and military developed a similar program to serve the Japanese Armed Forces. According to Japanese historian Yoshiaki Yoshimi , however, the comfort stations did not solve, but aggravated the first two problems. Yoshimi has asserted, "The Japanese Imperial Army feared most that the simmering discontentment of the soldiers could explode into a riot and revolt.

That is why it provided women". The first comfort station was established in the Japanese concession in Shanghai in Earlier comfort women were Japanese prostitutes who volunteered for such service. However, as Japan continued military expansion, the military found itself short of Japanese volunteers, and turned to the local population to coerce women into serving in these stations, or abducted them. In the early stages of the war, Japanese authorities recruited prostitutes through conventional means.

In urban areas, conventional advertising through middlemen was used alongside kidnapping. Middlemen advertised in newspapers circulating in Japan and the Japanese colonies of Korea , Taiwan, Manchukuo , and China.

These sources soon dried up, especially from Japan. An existing system of licensed prostitution within Korea made it easy for Japan to recruit females in large numbers. Many women were tricked or defrauded into joining the military brothels.

This might have provided them with some insight into the nature of Japanese, as opposed to British, colonial rule, as well what might be in store for their sisters and daughters. Under the strain of the war effort, the military became unable to provide enough supplies to Japanese units; in response, the units made up the difference by demanding or looting supplies from the locals.

The military often directly demanded that local leaders procure women for the brothels along the front lines, especially in the countryside where middlemen were rare. When the locals were considered hostile in China, Japanese soldiers carried out the "Three Alls Policy" "kill all-burn all-loot all" which included indiscriminately kidnapping and raping local civilians. On April 17, , Yoshiaki Yoshimi and Hirofumi Hayashi announced the discovery of seven official documents in the archives of the Tokyo Trials, suggesting that Imperial military forces — such as the Tokkeitai Naval military police — forced women whose fathers attacked the Kenpeitai Army military police to work in front-line brothels in China, Indochina, and Indonesia.

These documents were initially made public at the war crimes trial. In one of these, a lieutenant is quoted as confessing to having organized a brothel and having used it himself. Another source refers to Tokkeitai members having arrested women on the streets and putting them in brothels after enforced medical examinations.

On May 12, , journalist Taichiro Kajimura announced the discovery of 30 Dutch government documents submitted to the Tokyo tribunal as evidence of a forced mass prostitution incident in in Magelang. The South Korean government designated Bae Jeong-ja as a pro-Japanese collaborator chinilpa in September for recruiting comfort women. In , China produced almost 90 documents from the archives of the Kwantung Army on the issue.

According to China, the documents provide ironclad proof that the Japanese military forced Asian women to work in front-line brothels before and during World War II. In June , more official documents were made public from the government of Japan's archives, documenting sexual violence and women forced into sexual slavery, committed by Imperial Japanese soldiers in French Indochina and Indonesia. New documents discovered in China shed light on facilities inside comfort stations operated within a Japanese army compound, and the conditions of the Korean comfort women.

Documents were discovered verifying the Japanese Army as the funding agency for purchasing some comfort women. Documents were found in Shanghai that showed details of how the Japanese Army went about opening comfort stations for Japanese troops in occupied Shanghai. Documents included the Tianjin Municipal Archives from the archival files of the Japanese government and the Japanese police during the periods of the occupation in World War II. Municipal archives from Shanghai and Nanjing were also examined.

One conclusion reached was that the relevant archives in Korea are distorted. A conclusion of the study was that the Japanese Imperial government, and the colonial government in Korea, tried to avoid recording the illegal mobilization of comfort women. It was concluded that they burned most of the records immediately before the surrender; but, the study confirmed that some documents and records survived.

Lack of official documentation has made estimating the total number of comfort women difficult. Vast amounts of material pertaining to war crimes, and the responsibility of the nation's highest leaders, were destroyed on the orders of the Japanese government at the end of the war. Based on these estimates, most international media sources quote about , young women were kidnapped by Japanese soldiers to serve in military brothels.

The BBC quotes ", to ,", and the International Commission of Jurists quotes "estimates of historians of , to , women. According to Hata, the total number of government-regulated prostitutes in Japan was only , during World War II. In further analysis of the Imperial Army medical records for venereal disease treatment from , Yoshimi concluded that if the percentages of women treated reflected the general makeup of the total comfort women population, Korean women comprised In , Bruce Cumings , a historian of Korea, wrote that Japan had forced quotas to supply the comfort women program, and that Korean men helped recruit the victims.

Cumings stated that between , and , Korean girls and women were recruited. A Dutch government study described how the Japanese military itself seized the women by force in the Dutch East Indies.

The women forced into prostitution may therefore be much higher than the Dutch record have previously indicated. The number of Dutch women that were sexually assaulted or molested were also largely ignored.

Besides Dutch women, many Javanese were also recruited from Indonesia as comfort women. Most were adolescent girls aged 14—19 who had completed some education and were deceived through promises of higher education in Tokyo or Singapore. Interviews conducted with former comfort women also suggest that some women came from the island of Flores. After the war, many Javanese comfort women who survived stayed in the locations where they had been trafficked to and became integrated into local populations.

To date, only one Japanese woman has published her testimony. This was done in , when a former comfort woman forced to work for Showa soldiers in Taiwan, published her memoirs under the pseudonym of Suzuko Shirota. Approximately three quarters of comfort women died, and most survivors were left infertile due to sexual trauma or sexually transmitted diseases.

I was told if I were drafted, I could earn lots of money in a textile factory The first day I was raped and the rapes never stopped I was born a woman but never lived as a woman I feel sick when I come close to a man.

Not just Japanese men, but all men-even my own husband who saved me from the brothel. I shiver whenever I see a Japanese flag Why should I feel ashamed? I don't have to feel ashamed. For example, Dutch women captured in the Dutch East Indies modern Indonesia were reserved exclusively for the officers. Ten Dutch women were taken by force from prison camps in Java by officers of the Japanese Imperial Army to become forced sex slaves in February They were systematically beaten and raped day and night.

House of Representatives committee:. Many stories have been told about the horrors, brutalities, suffering and starvation of Dutch women in Japanese prison camps. But one story was never told, the most shameful story of the worst human rights abuse committed by the Japanese during World War II: Even the Japanese doctor raped me each time he visited the brothel to examine us for venereal disease. In their first morning at the brothel, photographs of Ruff-O'Herne and the others were taken and placed on the veranda which was used as a reception area for the Japanese personnel who would choose from these photographs.

Over the following four months the girls were raped and beaten day and night, with those who became pregnant forced to have abortions. After four harrowing months, the girls were moved to a camp at Bogor, in West Java, where they were reunited with their families.

This camp was exclusively for women who had been put into military brothels, and the Japanese warned the inmates that if anyone told what had happened to them, they and their family members would be killed. Several months later the O'Hernes were transferred to a camp at Batavia, which was liberated on August 15, The Japanese officers involved received some punishment by Japanese authorities at the end of the war.

The court testimonies state that these prepubescent girls were repeatedly raped by Japanese soldiers [79] while those who refused to comply were executed. Thomas writes that the women working at the brothels "most likely served 25 to 35 men a day" and that they were "victims of the yellow slave trade".

Igusa wrote in his memoirs that the women continued to work through infection and severe discomfort, though they "cried and begged for help". During the last stand of Japanese forces in —45, "comfort women" were often forced to commit suicide or were killed. In Burma, there were cases of Korean "comfort women" committing suicide by swallowing cyanide pills or being killed by having a hand grenade tossed into their dug-outs. British soldiers fighting in Burma often reported that the Korean "comfort women" whom they captured were astonished to learn that the British were not going to eat them.

The Japanese Army and Navy went to great lengths to avoid venereal diseases with large numbers of condoms being handed out for free. In , Allied forces captured twenty Korean comfort women and two Japanese comfort station owners in Burma and issued Report no. According to the report, Korean girls were deceived into being used as comfort women by the Japanese; in , there were about girls trafficked from Korea to Burma in this manner of obtaining comfort women.

In , a man named Kakou Senda wrote a book about the comfort women system that focused on Japanese participants. His book has been widely criticized as distorting the facts by both Japanese and South Korean historians.

The first book written by a Korean on the subject of comfort women appeared in However, it was a plagiarism of a Japanese book by the zainichi author Kim Il-Myeon.

In , the testimony of Seiji Yoshida was translated into Korean. Hiding the facts and mixing them with your own assertions is something that newspapers do all the time too". Takashi Uemura , a journalist who wrote one of the retracted articles, was subject to similar attacks from conservatives, and his employer, Hokusei Gakuen University , was pressured to terminate his position. In , following multiple testimonies, the Kono Statement named after then Chief Cabinet Secretary Yohei Kono was issued by Japanese Government confirming that coercion was involved in seizing the comfort women.

In , China released documents it said were "ironclad proof" that the comfort women were forced to work as prostitutes against their will, including documents from the Japanese Kwantung Army military police corps archives and documents from the national bank of Japan's puppet regime in Manchuria. Japan intended to directly compensate individuals, but the Korean government insisted on receiving the sum itself and "spent most of the money on economic development, focusing on infrastructure and the promotion of heavy industry".

Eventually, 61 former Korean comfort women accepted 5 million yen approx. Three Korean women filed suit in Japan in December , around the time of the 50th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, demanding compensation for forced prostitution.

In , documents which had been stored since when they were returned by United States troops and which indicated that the military had played a large role in operating what were euphemistically called "comfort stations" were found in the library of Japan's Self-Defense Agency.

We should never forget our feelings of remorse over this.

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On the other hand, the report found that Japanese officials comments on the issue had a far more detrimental effect on Japan's image and its diplomatic relations. On December 1, , the first memorial hall dedicated to Chinese comfort women was opened in Nanjing.

It was built on a site of former comfort station run by the invading Japanese troops during World War II. In December , a statue of a young woman was erected in front of the Japanese Embassy to honor the comfort women on the 1,th Wednesday Demonstration. The Japanese government has repeatedly asked the South Korean government to have the statue taken down, but it has not been. On 28 December , the Japanese government claimed that the Korean government agreed the removal of the statue.

As of 3 September , the statue was still in place due to a majority of the South Korean population being opposed to the agreement. At the end of , the statue was removed from the original location in Seoul, and re-erected in front of the Japanese consulate in Busan , South Korea.

As of 6 January , the Japanese government is attempting to negotiate the removal of the statue. On May 11, , newly elected South Korean President Moon Jae-in announced the agreement would not be enacted in its current stage and that negotiations for a deal between Japan and South Korea over the comfort women dispute had to start over.

On 14 August , South Korea held an unveiling ceremony for a monument memorializing Korean women forced to work in wartime brothels for the Japanese military, as the nation observed its first official "comfort women" memorial day. The House of Sharing is a nursing home for living comfort women. The House of Sharing was founded in June through funds raised by Buddhist organizations and various socio-civic groups and it moved to Gyeonggi-do , South Korea in Some of the survivors, Kang Duk-kyung, Kim Soon-duk and Lee Yong-Nyeo, preserved their personal history through their drawings as a visual archive.

Feminist visual and video archives have promoted a place for solidarity between the victims and the public. It has served as a living site for the teaching and learning of women's dignity and human rights by bringing people together despite age, gender, borders, nationality, and ideologies. In the Philippines, comfort women formed different groups, similar to the Korean survivors they are called "Lolas" grandmothers.

One group named "Lila Pilipina" League of Filipino Women , which started in and is member of GABRIELA , a feminist organization, [] together with the Malaya Lolas Free grandmothers ask for a formal apology from the Japanese government, compensation, and the inclusion of the issue in the Japanese history textbooks. These groups also ask the Philippine government to back their claims against the Japanese government. These groups have made demonstrations in front of the Japanese embassy in Manila in many occasions, [] [] have given testimonies to Japanese tourists in Manila.

Similar to the Korean grandmothers, Filipino "Lolas" have their own Grandmother house with a collection of their testimonies. Also two of them have published two autobiographic books: This second book was written in the s, after Lila Filipina was formed. In Bulacan , a villa house Bahay na Pula was seized by Japanese soldiers during WWII and it was used as comfort station where Filipino women were raped and held as comfort women.

Since the s, Taiwanese survivors have been bringing to light the comfort woman issue in Taiwanese society, and gaining support from women's rights activists and civil groups. Their testimony and memories have been documented by newspapers, books, and documentary films.

Survivors' claims against the Japan government have been backed by the Taipei Women's Rescue Foundation TWRF a non-profit organization helping women against violence, and sexual violence. This organization gives legal and psychological support to Taiwanese comfort women, and also helps in the recording of testimony and doing scholarly research.

In , this organization was responsible for promoting awareness in society, by creating meetings in universities and high schools where survivors gave their testimonies to students and the general public. Thanks to this increasing awareness in society, and with the help of TWRF, Taiwanese comfort women have gained the support their government, which on many occasions has asked the Japanese government for apologies and compensation. On August 14, , the first 'comfort women' statue in Taiwan was unveiled in the city of Tainan.

The statue symbolizes women forced to work in wartime brothels for the Japanese military. The bronze statue portrays a girl raising both hands to the sky to express her helpless resistance to suppression and silent protest, according to its creator. In , the first American monument dedicated to the comfort women was established in Palisades Park, New Jersey. In , a "comfort women" memorial statue was established in Glendale, California.

On August 16, , a new memorial statue honoring the comfort women was unveiled in Southfield, Michigan. A proposal to create a memorial in Koreatown, Fort Lee, New Jersey , has been controversial and as of [update] remains undecided. A number of former comfort women had come forward and spoken out about their plight of being a comfort woman:.

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Edward arrives, wrestles Philip off her, punches him in the face and throws him out of the room. With his business in L. Edward re-thinks his life and has the hotel chauffeur detour to Vivian's apartment building, where he leaps from out the white limousine's sun roof and "rescues her. The film was initially conceived as a dark drama about sex work in Los Angeles in the s.

Edward eventually throws her out of his car and drives off. The original script by J. Lawton, called , [5] ended with Vivian and her sex-worker friend on the bus to Disneyland. The deleted scenes have been found, and some were included on the DVD released for the film's 15th anniversary. In another, she is confronted by drug dealers, then rescued by Edward. Though inspired by such films as Wall Street and The Last Detail , [5] the film bears a resemblance to Pygmalion myths: It was Walt Disney Studios then-president Jeffrey Katzenberg who insisted the film be re-written as a modern-day fairy tale and love story, as opposed to the original dark drama.

It was pitched to Touchstone Pictures and re-written as a romantic comedy. The film is one of two movies that triggered a resurgence of romantic comedy in Hollywood, the other being When Harry Met Sally. Following this film's success, Roberts became the romantic comedy queen of the s. Casting of the film was a rather lengthy process. In this movie, one of you moves and one of you does not.

Guess which one you are? Many other actresses were considered. Marshall originally envisioned Karen Allen for the role; when she declined, auditions went to many better-known actresses of the time including Molly Ringwald , [12] who turned it down because she felt uncomfortable playing a sex worker. Jennifer Connelly was also dismissed for the same reason. Meg Ryan , who was a top choice of Marshall's, turned it down as well.

According to a note written by Marshall, Mary Steenburgen was also among the first choices. Diane Lane came very close to being cast the script was much darker at the time ; they had gone as far as costume fittings, but due to scheduling conflicts she could not accept. Michelle Pfeiffer turned the role down, saying she did not like the script's "tone. Her performance made her a star.

Lawton, writer of the original screenplay, has suggested that the film was ultimately given a happy ending because of the chemistry of Gere and Roberts. Veteran actor Ralph Bellamy , who plays James Morse, appears in his final acting performance before his death in The escargot restaurant the "Voltaire" was shot at the restaurant "Rex," now called "Cicada". Filming commenced on July 24, , but was immediately plagued by problems.

These included Ferrari and Porsche declining the product placement opportunity for the car Edward drove, neither firm wishing to be associated with sex workers. Shooting was a generally pleasant, easy-going experience, as the budget was broad and the shooting schedule was not tight. The scene in which Gere playfully snaps the lid of a jewelry case on her fingers was improvised, and her surprised laugh was genuine.

The red dress Vivian wears to the opera has been listed among the most unforgettable dresses of all time. During the scene in which Roberts sang to a Prince song in the bathtub, slid down and submerged her head under the bubbles; she emerged to find the crew had left except for the cameraman, who captured the moment on film.

In the love scene, she was so stressed that a vein become noticeable on her forehead and had to be massaged by Marshall and Gere. She also developed a case of hives , and calamine lotion was used to soothe her skin until filming resumed. The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics. The site's consensus states, " Pretty Woman may be a yuppie fantasy, but the film's slick comedy, soundtrack, and casting can overcome misgivings.

Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a D, saying it "starts out as a neo-Pygmalion comedy" and with "its tough-hooker heroine, it can work as a feminist version of an upscale princess fantasy. Its logic depended on a disconnect between character and narrative, between image and meaning, between money and value, and that made it not cluelessly traditional but thoroughly postmodern. The film is noted for its musical selections.

The hugely successful soundtrack features the song " Oh, Pretty Woman " by Roy Orbison , which inspired its title. The soundtrack went on to be certified triple platinum by the RIAA.

The opera featured in the film is La Traviata , which also served as inspiration for its plot. The highly dramatic aria fragment that is repeated is the end of " Dammi tu forza! The piano piece Gere's character plays in the hotel lobby was actually composed by and performed by him.

Roberts sings the song " Kiss " by Prince while she is in the tub and Gere's character is on the phone. Background music is composed by James Newton Howard. The soundtrack was released on March 13, by EMI. A stage musical adaptation of the film opened on Broadway on July 20, in previews, officially on August 16 at the Nederlander Theatre. Lawton wrote the book; and Jerry Mitchell is the director and choreographer. Eric Anderson will portray the role of Mr.

Thompson and Kingsley Leggs will play the role of James Morse. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film.

For the song in the musical Sweeney Todd , see Pretty Women. Not to be confused with Pretty Lady disambiguation.

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