Korea S Fight For Freedom
F A McKenzie was one of the few people besides missionaries to travel into the interior of Korea and report what he saw. "In those days, his contributions were quoted at great length in the newspapers of Tokyo, while the editorial columns expressed their appreciation of his marked capacity. So soon, however, as he found fault with the conditions prevailing in Korea, he was contemptuously termed a ...
Paperback: 228 pages
Publisher: Book Jungle (June 8, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.5 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 16199230
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“An eye-witness to the takeover of Korea by the Japanese early in the 20th century, one can see the roots of the current lack of cooperativeness between the two countries. From killing their beloved and progressive queen to beating thousands of Korea...”
yellow journalist' and a 'sensation monger.'"--From "Empires of the Far East" by F. Lancelot Lawson. London. Grant Richards. In 1919 the Koreans began a peaceful revolution against the Japanese. When the Japanese had taken over Korea their intention was to assimilate the Koreans into Japanese culture. This is the story of Korea and its attempt to free itself from the control of Japan.
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