U.S. missionary remembered for saving women during Rape of Nanjing

08/15/2015 08:00 PM
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Taipei, Aug. 15 (CNA) An American missionary who came to China in the early 1910s is best remembered in Taiwan for her efforts to care for and protect many women and children during the Rape of Nanjing by Japanese soldiers in 1937 during the Republic of China's War of Resistance against Japan that ended in 1945.


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