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Korea Since 1850
Stewart Lone (au); Gavan McCormack (au). Deals exclusively & in detail with the modern period. Employing Korean & Japanese scholarship, the book: is a political history tracing the growth of national consciousness among ordinary Korean people; emphasizes the important role of external influence in determining modern Korea’s fate; explains how Korea’s geographical position made the country a repeated battleground for imperialist rivalries between 1880 & 1910; explains how, under Japanese dominion 1910-1945, Korea was transformed into a colonial dependency; & deals with the explosion of internal & international politics following liberation in 1945 & the attempts of both regimes to develop while maintaining vast armies. Illustrations.
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