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  • 1949

    Tables from the Department of Education, South Pyeong-an Branch of the Overseas Chinese Federation

    Statistics on Overseas Chinese schools in South Pyeong-an Province, North Korea.

  • 1949

    Tables from the Department of Education, Pyongyang Special City Branch of the Overseas Chinese Federation

    Statistics on Overseas Chinese schools in Pyongyang, North Korea.

  • 1949

    School Standardization, North Pyeong-an Province

    Statistics and narrative reports on Overseas Chinese schools in North Pyeong-an Province, North Korea.

  • 1949

    Summary of the Work of the Overseas Chinese Federation in South Hamgyong Province

    Statistics and narrative reports on Overseas Chinese schools in South Hamgyong Province, North Korea.

  • January, 1949

    Month End Investigative Report on Overseas Chinese Schools in Every Province of North Korea

    Statistics relating to Overseas Chinese schools in North Korea.

  • February 25, 1949

    Summary of Education Work in North Hamgyong

    Narrative reports on Overseas Chinese schools in North Hamgyong Province, North Korea.

  • February 25, 1949

    Summary of Shortcomings in Teachers’ Work in North Hamgyong Province: Attachments

    Narrative reports on education and the work of teachers at Overseas Chinese schools in North Hamgyong Province, North Korea.

  • April 08, 1950

    School Regulation for Chinese Junior High Schools

  • August 14, 1953

    Memorandum, President Syngman Rhee to All Diplomatic Officials

    Following the ratification of the Armistice Agreement and the Mutual Defense Treaty, President Rhee conveys that he expects the Armistice to fail because the communists will “undoubtedly” violate it and undermine Korean independence. Rhee wants to renew war to secure victory but most importantly to strengthen the ROK-U.S alliance. Following the memorandum he makes twelve points ranging from topic like Korean rehabilitation to prisoners of war from the Korean War.

  • 1954

    The POW Scandal in Korea

    According to A.B Carey, one of the lessons learned from fighting the Kremlin and its “communism” ideology is evidently seen amongst the Korean and Chinese prisoners of war. Both groups of POW not only disapprove of the communism but would also actively fight against it if they had the opportunity. Carey uses ten ideas which denounce the Kremlin as the one responsible for the lies and bellicosities during the Cold War. He also proceeds to demonstrate ways the free world can defeat this communist caucus.

  • November 21, 1956

    Letter No. 28 from the President (Syngman Rhee) to Minister Duk Shin Choi

    President Rhee praises South Vietnam's anti-communist exhibit and expresses his concern about the limitations of the Korean Armistice Agreement.

  • July 24, 1961

    Cable from the Chinese Embassy in North Korea, 'Report and Request for Guidance on Chinese Residents Who Came to Korea After Illegally Crossing the International Border'

    The Chinese Embassy in North Korea reports that DPRK treats Han Chinese and Chinese Koreans differently.

  • March 09, 1967

    Report, Embassy of Hungary in North Korea to the Hungarian Foreign Ministry

    A report on a meeting between Kim Il Sung and the Cuban Ambassador in which the North Koreans criticize China, report on North Korea's relations with Cuba and Yugoslavia, and comment on nuclear nonproliferation.

  • May 05, 1970

    Report, Embassy of Hungary in North Korea to the Hungarian Foreign Ministry

    The embassy of Hungary in North Korea reports on a recent discussion with Soviet Ambassador Sudarikov, who commented on Chinese-North Korean relations and the situation in Cambodia.

  • March 01, 1980

    Telegram, Embassy of Hungary in North Korea to the Hungarian Foreign Ministry

    A conversation with the Chinese ambassador on the Chinese population in the DPRK and China-ROK relationship