Beijing: China Intercontinental Press 五洲传播出版社, 2005. Paperback. p., profuse b&w captioned period photography and some contemporary color photos, scattered texts in Chinese and English, well-organized production in a sewn textblock on alkaline clay-coated paperstock throughout. Softbound, a substantial 11.5x9 inch paperback in photo-decorated wraps, some abrasion to lower joint with clear tape repair, mild general edgewear, perfectly clean and sound within. A very good copy. Minimal atrocity shots, many portrait photos, much journalistic photography from trialrooms and other sites, photos of groups of the prisoners enjoying recreation periods, photos of repentant confessions being made following acceptance of guilt.
The Management Center was formerly the detention facility for 982 Japanese prisoners, those considered to be the worst offenders against the Chinese people in World War II. This book traces their later paths after release, including many who expressed atonement.