September 30, 1949
Letter, from Syngman Rhee to Dr. Robert T. Oliver [Soviet Translation]
Letter from Syngman Rhee translated into Russian. The original was likely found when the Communists seized Seoul. Syngman Rhee urges Oliver to come to South Korea to help develop the nation independent of foreign invaders and restore order to his country.
September 02, 1953
Letter, John W. Staggers to Syngman Rhee
John W. Staggers informs Syngman Rhee about his public perception in the American media.
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference, Top Secret Instructions to the ROK Delegation
The South Korean delegation at the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference is told that "all the Free Nations of Asia should join in guaranteeing eternal security for each other" through a collective security arrangement.
June 15, 1954
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference, Minutes of the Opening Session
Delegates from South Korea, China, Macao, the Philippines, and the Ryukyu Islands discuss the anti-communist struggle in the Asia Pacific.
June 15, 1954
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference, Press Release No. 2
President Syngman Rhee proposes a "Pacific Pact or Alliance of Mutual Security" for non-communist countries in the Asia Pacific.
June 16, 1954
Statement by President Syngman Rhee at the Fourth Session of the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference
President Syngman Rhee announces that the "Communist problem is not just a problem of one or two countries, but a world problem."
June 17, 1954
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference, Provisional Summary Record of the Third Session
Minutes of the Third Session of the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference.
June 29, 1954
Letter, President Syngman Rhee to Phra R. Nides
Sygnman Rhee thanks Thai National Assemblyman Phra R. Nides for attending the meeting of the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League in Chinhae, Korea.
July 14, 1954
Letter, Young P. Lee, Acting Chairman of Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League Central Liaison Office, to Nguyen Van Tam
Young P. Lee writes to Nguyen Van Tam and urges him to send delgates to the Central Liaison Office of the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League in Seoul.
Message, President Syngman Rhee to General Taylor and his forces
In this Christmas Message, President Rhee addresses General Taylor and the US Forces. He praises the US troops for their victory against the communist aggression during the Korean War. Rhee recognizes America for continuing to “defend human liberty” not only in Korea but in all of Asia. Rhee ends the message with the goal of creating a “free, united, and democratic” Korea.
Memorandum, 'Urging US to have ACTIVE policies towards Korea'
The author of this memorandum proposes that the US should: 1) Dissolve the ad hoc committee on Korea, 2) reinforce ROK troops to be equal with DPRK troops, 3) increase economic aid for recovery of Korea, 4) move UN forces headquarter to Korea where UN troops are stationed, and 5) impose sanctions on a pro-communist policy in Japan.
March 08, 1955
Statement of Young P. Lee, Chairman of the Central Liaison Office, Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League
Young P. Lee objects to Japan attending a meeting of the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League.
March 28, 1955
Report on a Trip to Vietnam
Choi Duk Shin and Young P. Lee summarize their travels through Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Vietnam, including their discussions on politics, military situations, cultural sharing, and strategies for Free Asia to join together against Communism.
July 17, 1955
Letter, Lieutenant General Collier to President Rhee
For the 7th anniversary of Korea’s Constitution Day, General Collier congratulates and praises South’s Korea’s determination to fight communism and remain an independent nation.
Note about a talk between Chin Hang Kong and Minister De Castro
Mr. Kong urges delegates from Philippines to participate in the Anti-Communist Youth Conference
August 15, 1956
A Realistic View of the Problems Now Affecting Korea presented by Young Kee Kim for the 8th Anniversary of the Independence of Korea
Young Kee Kim gives speech about Korean history and expresses anti-Communism, especially towards North Korea.
September 11, 1956
Caucus Opening Remarks Made by Mr. Chin Hang Gong, Head of the Korean Delegation to the Saigon APACL Preliminary Meeting
Chin Hang Gong announces that "the time of crisis is upon us" during his address to an APACL meeting in Saigon.
September 20, 1956
Letter No. 18 from the President (Syngman Rhee) to Secretary Byung Shik Sohn
President Rhee briefly responds earlier report on APACL meeting in Saigon.
October 15, 1956
Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Introductory Remarks by Mr. Sung Soo Whang
Sung Soo Whang opens the Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference.
October 15, 1956
Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference, Remarks by Kyu Nam Choi
Minister of Education Kyu Nam Choi tells attendees at the Anti-Communist Youth and Students Conference that "the future of Asia is on your shoulders"