Oral Archives and the Study of Anti-Japanese War



With the analysis of the value of oral archives, this paper aims at pointing out the role of Oral Archives in the study of the history of Anti-Japanese War. Besides, it also puts forward the corresponding countermeasures to the current application situation and existing problems of Oral Archives in the study of the Anti Japanese War, such as enhancing the mutual authenticity between oral archives and references, strengthening the intensity, breadth and depth of the implementation of oral archives, so as to better serve the history of Anti Japanese


Oral archives; The study of Anti-Japanese War; Application; Problem; Countermeasure

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