The Second Sino-Japanese War The Nanjing Massacre The Hero The Legacies Galleries and Archives Acknowlegements

   In competing in Seevak we have acquired the help of several people.

   We would like to thank Mr. Charles Aversa for pushing us to completely our project on time and for taking time out of his own schedule to help us edit the content for this website.

   We would also like to thank Ms. Judi Freeman for organizing the Seevak competition and helping us to pick our topic and reassuring us in dire times.



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