Katsuichi Honda

is a Japanese journalist and author most famous for his writing on the Nanjing Massacre. During the 1970s he wrote a series of articles on the atrocities committed by Imperial Japanese soldiers during World War II called "Chūgoku no Tabi" (中国の旅, "Travels in China"). The series first appeared in the ''Asahi Shimbun''.

Honda also worked as a war correspondent in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, an experience which, according to some historians, contributed to stoking his interest in Japanese wartime history. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Honda, Katsuichi, 1933-
Published 1999
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by Honda, Katsuichi, 1933-
Published 2000
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by Honda, Katsuichi, 1933-
Published 1993
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