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韓国軍にベトナム人慰安婦がいた!二カ国語 Part2(拡散自由)


The ROK Army Used Vietnamese Comfort Women Part2No restrictions on retransmission)

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韓国軍にベトナム人慰安婦がいた!二カ国語 Part1(拡散自由)

How was the ROK army comfort station in Saigon that has come to light through a U.S. archive document operated?

I would have wanted to fly to Vietnam immediately to investigate, but as the Washington Bureau chief, it was difficult to take leave from my job for an extended period. Therefore, I began research to find out if there was anybody in the U.S. who was knowledgeable about the sex industry in Saigon at that time or who knew about the establishment in question.

I focused first on former U.S. military personnel and Vietnamese-Americans and looked for Vietnam-related networks in the U.S. I attended the relevant forums, looked into the databases of the U.S. government’s Department of Veteran Affairs, and sent letters and e-mails to people with known contact information who might know. I also placed an advertisement in a newspaper in the Vietnamese community in Virginia outside Washington, asking for information. Shortly after, an American who saw the ad sent me an e-mail.

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Pandora's Box

26 August 2014
Col. Zygmunt F. Dembek

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