Some articles on textbooks, history, history textbooks, history textbook, textbook:
... is a professor of education at Tokyo University noted for his efforts at removing from Japanese textbooks accounts of wartime atrocities committed by ... and has been quoted as saying that he "stand(s) for a viewpoint of history with an emphasis on national interest," and that the study of Japanese history is "subject to the ultimate moral imperative of whether ... In the early 1990s, Fujioka founded the so-called Liberal View of History Study Group, which advocated "correcting history" by promoting a "positive view" of Japanese history ...
... See also Japanese history textbook controversies In 1965, Japanese-language textbook author Saburō Ienaga sued the Ministry of Education, claiming that the government was unconstitutionally forcing him to alter ... became the center of controversy in the Japanese textbook controversies of 1982 and 1986 ... The Nanking Massacre "was still absent from elementary school textbooks junior high school textbooks such as those published by Nihon shoseki and Kyōiku Shuppan in 1975, for instance, mentioned ...
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