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But after a two year trawl through US archives, researchers uncovered footage which appears to show sex slaves at Songshan, Yunnan Province, as US-China Allied Forces reclaimed Songsan from the Japanese.A team from Seoul University and Seoul Government matched the footage outside the building to pictures and identified the women by their clothes and facial appearance.One woman in a dirty blouse is seen talking to a Chinese officer, others stare nervously at the ground and one, who appears to be pregnant, gently touches her bump.Until now, photographs and accounts from survivors - labelled 'comfort women' by Japanese forces - have been the only records of Korean sex slavery.Pictured: Captured women in Myitkyina, Myanmar, in August 1944In December 2015 Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe apologised to Korean women used by soldiers as sex slaves and pledged more than £5.37m to help the victims.
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The women and the place captured in the clip also matched those shown in a set of photos taken by Edwards C Fay, a private of the US Army Signal Corps' 164th Photographic Unit, which were uncovered in 2000.
Researchers believe the names of the women in the video are on the list of the former Korean sex slaves who were captured in China, including former sex slave Park Young-shim who is believed to be the pregnant woman.
Though around 80 per cent were Korean, women from Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Burma and the Pacific islands were also used as comfort women.
Pictured; A Chinese woman used in Japan's 'comfort battalions' is interviewed by an Allied officer The plight of 'comfort women' during WWII is a hugely emotional issue which continues to strain relations between Korea and Japan today.
Pictured: Former comfort women, in yellow, shout slogans during an anti-Japan rally in Seoul The special envoy dispatched by South Korea's new President Moon Jae-In said Seoul wants to improve relations which have been hindered by the memory of Japan's harsh colonial rule of the Korean peninsula.