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Thus, there are chapters on English media coverage of the massacre, personal writings of Americans in Nanjing, American diplomatic records, British diplomatic documents, and the activities of the International Safety Zone.
We owe much to the Nanking International Safety Zone Committee, whose missionaries, such as George Fitch, James McCallum, and John Magee, eloquently chronicled their observations on film as well as in reports and diaries.
Within the city, the resident Europeans met and determined to form what became known as the International Safety Zone, a district surrounding the embassies and other foreign properties, and comprising less than four square miles (one sixth of the area within the city walls).