Korea's Fight for Freedom Part 1 (Illustrated) by F.A. McKenzie

Korea's Fight for Freedom Part 1 (Illustrated)

byF.A. McKenzie

Kobo ebook | February 8, 2013

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The tragedy of the Jews during the Second World War is well-known to the world, but you don’t know much about the torture that Koreans suffered during the same period. You will never imagine it without reading this book.

  Korea was under Japanese colonial rule for 35 years. (1910 ~ 1945) Japan annexed Korea by threatening with her military power. They treated Koreans as slavery. They had ninjas slaughter the Queen of Korea who were against Japan.

  There were countless massacres of innocent people of Korea during the period. They can be comparable to the Nanjing massacre. Japanese soldiers and police attacked Korean people at random for no reason. They randomly violated Korean women for no reason. Only reason they had was that they were conquerors. Japanese plundered and looted whole country of Korea until the Second World War is over.

  This book was originally written by Canadian journalist, F.A. McKenzie (1869 ~ 1931). He worked as travelling correspondent in the Far East. While he was in Korea, he witnessed dreadful deeds done by Japanese. He asked for international help by writing this book.

*This book was firstly published in 1920. In 2012, it has been fully proofread and illustrated with photos helping to describe the incidents. There is no strange mark or text that you may easily find in other badly converted e-books. You can read this book as comfortable as a paper book.

Title:Korea's Fight for Freedom Part 1 (Illustrated)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:February 8, 2013Publisher:Asia HouseLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:8997996029

ISBN - 13:9788997996025

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