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Thread: Ebay item: Dunno what to say..... :-(

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    Default Ebay item: Dunno what to say..... :-(

    Came across it on Ebay.

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....548954521&rd=1


    Should anyone bid for it? I feel disgusted ...........

    Personally, I think no one should profit from it(sale).





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    isnt this supposed to be kept in the museum?

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    Nice book!
    The pics r not bad also.

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    i feel nothing wrong with the item appearing on ebay mah ... i would have join in the bid if i'm into those kinda stuff ...

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    Nice book!
    The pics r not bad also.

    Guess we don't share the same taste lor (if you did look at the contents thoroughly)

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    wats done cannot be undone... thats history, we should be reminded of it so that we do not repeat it...
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    buy then hand it over to the china embassy. let the chinese have more proof for the demands for right of apologies and action for the japanese authorites.

    * i dont have the kind of spare cash!

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    looking at the price that person is selling, i am worried! If these are the real photos at the time, then the price should be very high....
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    Quote Originally Posted by NMSS_2
    buy then hand it over to the china embassy. let the chinese have more proof for the demands for right of apologies and action for the japanese authorites.

    * i dont have the kind of spare cash!
    What hand over... I will sell it to chinese embassy....

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    i wonder what camera was used to take those pics???
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    I supposed if it was photos of Auschwich, POW of particular nations. It would certainly draws far greater outcry and attentions.

    Imagined the murdered victims is some way related to you and now the pictures is selling for a profit. I wouldn't comment so much on the camera used nor the quality of the photos.

    Should war crimes or actrocities be a selling point?



    Note: Sorry if I offended anyone's artistic viewpoints........I do have lower IQ

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    I got a feeling the few bidders are doing it for charity. I hope they donate it to a museum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GENO
    i wonder what camera was used to take those pics???

    Could it be Nikon?? b'cos they had R&Ds for the Imperial Japanese Army.

    http://www.mitsubishisucks.com/nikon/history.html

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    Actually I dont know what the fuss is about. The pictures in it look like the pictures you'll find in any Secondary School textbook. The item does not violate e-bay auction rules..though it brings bad memories to people

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benign
    I supposed if it was photos of Auschwich, POW of particular nations. It would certainly draws far greater outcry and attentions.

    Imagined the murdered victims is some way related to you and now the pictures is selling for a profit. I wouldn't comment so much on the camera used nor the quality of the photos.

    Should war crimes or actrocities be a selling point?



    Note: Sorry if I offended anyone's artistic viewpoints........I do have lower IQ
    I think you are talking to wrong people, from the replies it sound far worst than Japenese youngsters.

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    Thanks Catchlights

    I am just speaking on behalf of those less fortunates: faceless, voiceless victims from the past.

    And I am proud to have pissed off people(this time around)



    p/s: On second look, some of the photos look rather like reproduction..........one of the photos actually shown trademark of some sort.

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