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fifty years. Some local women's groups opposed this form of compensation, calling it an attempt by the Japanese Government to shirk official responsibility and to avoid opening the door to lawsuits from other war victims. Henson stepped forward to reveal what she had felt was a shameful secret about her past, 168 other women in the Philippines have followed her lead. The result was the book, Comfort Woman: A Slave of Destiny. Every day, anywhere from twelve to over twenty soldiers assaulted.
My work began, and I lay down as one by one the soldiers raped. The bathroom did not even have a door, so the soldiers watched. References, edit, comfort Woman: Slave of Destiny, Maria Rosa Luna Henson: Woman of Courage, kasama Vol. I lay on the bed with my knees up and my feet on the mat, as if I were giving birth. 'Every day, anywhere from 12 to over 20 soldiers assaulted. Together, they demanded justice in the form of a formal apology from the Japanese government; the inclusion of all the war-time atrocities committed by the Japanese into Japans school history books; and monetary reparations to compensate for all the abuses and violence committed against firearms in American Society the.