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May 15, 2008


Paul Bogdanor

Michael Ezra has published an excellent analysis of the atomic bombings on Harry's Place. The extensive debate in the comments section is well worth reading, as is the sequel.

Paul Bogdanor

Malloy's error is not uncommon.

A bestseller on The Rape of Nanking included several alleged photographs of Japanese atrocities that turned out to be nothing of the kind. One of them was actually a wartime Japanese propaganda image.

Publications and websites on the 1933 Soviet forced famine in Ukraine sometimes use photographs of the 1921 Soviet forced famine in Ukraine. There are less than two dozen genuine photographs of the 1933 famine.

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