5.日军《宪兵月报》中记载在印度尼西亚的爪哇设有军队“慰安所”情况的档案
Archives of the Japanese military “comfort station” established in Java, Indonesia, recorded in Military Police Monthly Newsletters

来源:吉林省档案馆  发布时间:2015年8月16日

(1943年3月5日)(5 March 1943)

(吉林省档案馆)(Jilin Provincial Archives)

??? 1944年3月5日,日军爪哇宪兵队本部《宪兵月报(一月)》,记载了第三船舶司军属未经允许在军队“慰安所”寻欢;日惹铁道工厂日军雇员酒后到军队“慰安所”殴打“慰安妇”;南燃爪支厂一名日军雇员利用公出到军队“慰安所”寻欢;驻爪哇二七飞联的一名日本陆军士兵酒后到军队“慰安所”殴打“慰安妇”;独步一五七六部队本部陆军一等兵补到军队“慰安所”寻欢等情况,揭示了日军在印度尼西亚的爪哇设有军队“慰安所”的事实。
According to the Military Police Monthly Newsletters (January) issued by Japanese military police headquarters in Java on 5 March 1944, there were several accounts of men utilizing comfort stations to satisfy their sexual desires. In one case, family members of the Third Shipping Administration came to a military “comfort station” to satisfy their sexual desires without permission. After having alcohol, some Japanese workers at Yogyakarta Railway Factory assaulted some “comfort women” at a military “comfort station”; A Japanese military employee from Java Branch of Nanran Factory came to a military “comfort station” for sexual desire when away on official business. After drinking alcohol, a Japanese soldier from the 27th Joint Air Battalion stationed in Java assaulted some “comfort women” at a military “comfort station”; The cadet lance corporals from the headquarters of Unit 1576 of Independent Infantry also visited a “comfort station” for sexual purposes. All these accounts prove the Japanese Army had established military comfort stations in Java, Indonesia.

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