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Sun Yat-sen in Korea: Korean View of Sun Yat-sen's Idea and Activities in 1920s

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Authors
Min, Tu-ki
Issue Date
1992-12
Publisher
서울대학교 인문대학 동아문화연구소
Citation
동아문화, Vol.30, pp. 225-241
Abstract
Following immediately after the March First Movement of 1919, Korea of 1920s witnessed widespread independent movements aross Manchurian border, the Maritime Province of Siberia and domestic upsurge of socialist movement accompanied by the introduction of Marxist doctrine on the leading Korean newspapers and journals, followed by the founding of Korean Communist Party in 1925. It was also the time of booming of newspaper journalism that took advantage of Japanese appeasement policy to soothe the enmity of Korean people broken out in 1919. Despite the severe censorship of the colonial ruler, newspapers managed to carry very often the news of armed activities of Doglipgun(military units for Korean independence) based in Manchuria against Japanese border-posts.
ISSN
1598-0200
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/87678
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College of Humanities (인문대학)Center for East Asian Studies (동아문화연구소)Journal of S.N.U. Institute for Asian Studies (동아문화)동아문화 Volume 30 (1992)
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