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Park Chung-hee 박정희 Lt Okamoto Minoru 岡本稔 Manchukuo Imperial Army 1944-45 Pres ROK 1962-79

Japanese officer Park Chung-hee 박정희 (Okamoto Minoru 岡本稔), a lieutenant in the Manchukuo Imperial Army, was President of The Republic of Korea from 1962 to 1979, when he was assassinated by his friend, the head of the Korean CIA.

Park's daughter, Park Geun-hye 박근혜, the current president of The Republic of Korea, today demanded that Japan apologise for alleged wartime atrocities committed by her father's army, and rejected Japanese Primie Minister Abe's latest apology as insincere and "not what we had hoped for."

The Korean President's father, Park Chung-hee, succeeded in getting accepted into the Changchun Military Academy of the Manchukuo Imperial Army, with help from Imperial Japanese Army Colonel Arikawa (a drill instructor in Daegu who was impressed by Park's military ambitions). At Changchun M.A., Park adopted the Japanese name Takagi Masao 高木正雄. He graduated top of his class in 1942, and received a gold watch from Manchurian Emperor Puyi. His instructors recommended him for further studies at the Imperial Japanese Army Academy in Japan. After graduating third in the class of 1944, Park was commissioned as a lieutenant into the Manchukuo Imperial Army, and served as aide-de-camp to a regimental commander. Park served in the M.I.A. as Lt. Okamoto Minoru 岡本稔.

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CNN Kathy Novak Koreans reject Abe apology as insincere

CNN Kike Kathy Novak: South Koreans reject Abe apology as insincere

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United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121 is a resolution about "comfort women" prostitutes.

Japanese-American Congressman Mike Honda of California's 15th congressional district introduced to the American House of Representatives in 2007.

It asks that the Japanese government apologise to the prostitutes, and include curriculum about them in Japanese schools, citing 1921 International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children that Japan has ratified and United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325. This resolution was passed on July 30, 2007.

Communist Seiji Yoshida's false memoirs were used as an evidence for the roundup of over 1,000 women in Korea in a Congressional Report which was prepared for this resolution.

"An early detailed revelation came from Yoshida Seiji, a former Japanese military policeman, who wrote a book in 1983 entitled My War Crimes: The Forced Draft of Koreans in which he described his participation in the roundup of over 1,000 women in Korea for service as “comfort women” to the Japanese military."

After historians proved that Yoshida was a liar, he retracted his statements and admitted that he had lied.

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