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Wainem (born 1925) was one of tens of thousands of 'comfort women' forced into prostitution by the Japanese military during World War II. Wainem was taken from home and forced into prostitution, first in Solo for a year and then for two years in Yogyakarta. During the day in a warehouse, she had to weave mats with other women and cook her own food. Sometimes she was raped right then and there, but most of the time was taken by soldiers to their rooms in the barracks compound.
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