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Nanjing had been constantly bombed for days and the Chinese troops that remained there were disheartened and had taken to drinking before the city's inevitable fall.On December 11, Rabe found that Chinese soldiers were still residing in areas of the Safety Zone, meaning that it became an intended target for Japanese attack despite the majority were innocent civilians.In a press release to foreign reporters, Tang Shengzhi announced the city would not surrender and would fight to the death.Tang gathered about 100,000 soldiers, largely untrained, including Chinese troops who had participated in the Battle of Shanghai.The Chinese government has been accused of exaggerating aspects of the massacre such as the death toll a small but vocal minority within both the Japanese government and society have argued that the death toll was military in nature and that no such crimes ever occurred.Denial of the massacre and revisionist accounts of the killings have become a staple of Japanese nationalism.
To preserve the army for future battles, most of it was withdrawn.
Many atrocities were reported to have been committed as the Japanese army advanced from Shanghai to Nanjing.
According to one Japanese journalist embedded with Imperial forces at the time, "The reason that the [10th Army] is advancing to Nanking quite rapidly is due to the tacit consent among the officers and men that they could loot and rape as they wish." Novelist Tatsuzō Ishikawa vividly described how the 16th Division of the Shanghai Expeditionary Force committed atrocities on the march between Shanghai and Nanjing in his novel Ikiteiru Heitai (Living Soldiers), which was based on interviews that Ishikawa conducted with troops in Nanjing in January 1938.
To prevent civilians from fleeing the city, he ordered troops to guard the port, as instructed by Chiang Kai-shek.
The defense force blocked roads, destroyed boats, and burnt nearby villages, preventing widespread evacuation.