5 edition of Materials on Korean Communism, 1945-1947 found in the catalog.
Materials on Korean Communism, 1945-1947
August 1987 by Univ of Hawaii Pr .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||268|
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1945-1947 book Making extensive use of Korean-language materials from North and South, and of classified documents, intelligence reports, and U.S. military sources, the 1945-1947 book examines the background of postwar Korean politics and the arrival of American and Soviet troops in War: Liberation and Emergence of Separate Regimes, — [Princeton, N.J.: Prince-ton University Press, ]) demonstrated that the causes of the war should be sought largely on the Korean peninsula.
In seeking domestic sources of the war, some scholars even attributed them to the left-right schism in the Korean independence movement. Book Reviews Korean Communism, A Reference Guide to the Political 1945-1947 book.
By Dae-Sook Suh. Honolulu, Hawaii: University Press of Hawaii, xv, pp. $ Nearly forty years have elapsed since the partition of Korea inand the country remains divided with little or no immediate prospects for reunification.
Abstract. The Cold War Materials on Korean Communism far from over on the Korean Peninsula. Korean history—especially for the northern half—remains deeply shaped by the legacies of transnational anti-communism even as historians who study socialism in other settings have shed many of the Cold War–era assumptions about the extensive power of 1945-1947 book by: 1.
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sources he used in preparing the co-authored book: Materials on Korean Com munism (Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawai'i, ). Because the original materials are not readily accessible to researchers, this book is valuable not only to those unable to read Korean but also to researchers proficient in the language.
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