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Yet it is -- -- I was fourteen years old -- and I was taken away comfort women.
Tens of thousands of young Asian girls kidnapped from their families during World War II.
Forced to have sex with soldiers in the Japanese military.
What happened in the so called comfort houses still haunts the surviving victims who have looked from one -- -- -- It is impossible -- -- That pain in the ways I was fourteen years old I did not know anything about men I have never dealt with men before.
They went -- 4050 times what they -- You mentioned that doesn't seem possible to try for fourteen years old seventeen years old -- -- -- -- For years the women lived in cold dark rooms.
Those who refused.
Were often killed cable alone unless somebody -- so cloudy time.
It will be -- him.
Today in palisades park New Jersey where half the population is a Korean descent.
Her story and the story of many others remembered through a small monument.
Teaching -- history some would like to forget.
Our imagination had ten.
But I heard about -- hear -- -- -- this monument coast -- time.
The memorial it's become a lightning rod of controversy.
The mayor says Japanese officials recently paid him a visit and asked him to take it down.
They came and said that they have evidence that.
-- for women have happened it was a group of women -- in a statement to Fox News the Japanese government did not mention the monument.
But pointed to several apologies over the years for their actions against these -- then.
Telling -- they gave each survivor 25000.
Dollars little comfort for those women out.
I mean listen I want to be -- -- issue as soon as possible that our old ladies will find peace in their mind.
For now the memorial remains in place in palisades park New Jersey.
Ainsley Earhardt Fox News.
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