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ここがオフィシャルサイト
http://www.archives.gov/iwg/japanese-war-crimes/

Select Documents on Japanese War Crimes and Japanese Biological Warfare,
PDFファイルでダウソできる。
特定のテーマの原文が欲しいならFinding Aidで探してiwg@nara.gov にメールすればタダで送ってくれるらしい。

質問コーナーみたいなのがあって
"Do U.S. Archives Still Hold Classified Evidence of Japanese War Crimes?"
View a transcript from our discussion online,
http://chronicle.com/live/2007/01/records/

Question from William Underwood, Kyushu University: <出たwww
I am a Japan-based researcher of the wartime program for Chinese forced labor in Japan and its postwar
aftermath. Due to my limited travel budget, I am trying to decide if the research benefits of a trip to the NARA
archives would likely outweigh the financial costs. Is there some process for ascertaining in a general way,
from here in Japan, the extent and nature of records about Chinese forced labor?

これと言ったものは見つからなかったらしいね。
Mr. Drea admits to some disappointment that smoking guns on Japanese war crimes did not turn up,
especially when compared with documents on Nazi crimes that have led to new conclusions on
what American officials knew about the Holocaust.

"To be honest, I'd hoped we'd find something," Mr. Drea says.
"That's the historian's dream: fresh information that illuminates a dark problem. It just wasn't there."
http://chronicle.com/free/v53/i20/20a00901.htm


Question from Matthew, media organization:
Do these records reveal anything new about the so-called comfort women issue?

Greg Bradsher:
No, I do not believe so.
The National Archives does have, however, records relating to the so-called comfort women that have been
available to researchers for decades. Some of the information is "buried," such as in references to them in
translations of captured Japanese diaries and orders.
http://chronicle.com/live/2007/01/records/