Top Secret Documents on the China Situation
North Korean intelligence on events in the Chinese Civil War.
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.
Tables from the Department of Education, Pyongyang Special City Branch of the Overseas Chinese Federation
Statistics on Overseas Chinese schools in Pyongyang, North Korea.
School Standardization, North Pyeong-an Province
Statistics and narrative reports on Overseas Chinese schools in North Pyeong-an Province, North Korea.
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.
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.
March 05, 1949
Notes of the Conversation between Comrade I.V. Stalin and a Governmental Delegation from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea headed by Kim Il Sung
Kim Il Sung and Stalin discuss the military and economy in North Korea, Soviet-North Korean relations, and North Korea's relations with other foreign countries.
April 20, 1949
The Korean Issue at the Third General Assembly of the United Nations
Published by the Society for the Study of International Problems in 1949, this book contains a compilation of letters and news from 1948 that cover North Korea's position toward the Korean issue at the United Nations.
May 18, 1949
Cable No. 54611 from Kovalev to Stalin
A telegram from the leader of the group of Soviet specialists in Northeast China to the Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers about the results of Chinese-Korean talks on military cooperation.
July 22, 1949
The China Issue
A secret North Korean intelligence file on developments in the Chinese Civil War.
October 06, 1949
Premier Zhou Enlai's Note to North Korea on His Willingness to Establish Diplomatic Relations with China
Zhou Enlai writes to North Korean Foreign Minister Pak Hon-yeong and conveys China's desire to establish diplomatic relations with North Korea.
November 19, 1949
Telegram, Zhou Enlai to Gao Gang and Li Fuchun
Zhou Enlai tasks Gao Gang and Li Fuchun with exploring whether or not Chinese coal can be exported to North Korea.
December 03, 1949
Zhou Enlai's Approval of the Northeast Ministry of Public Security's Travel Documents
December 19, 1949
Telegram, Zhou Enlai to Gao Gang and Wen Shizhen
Zhou Enlai reports on Chinese delegates attending a medical conference in North Korea.
December 29, 1949
Telegram to Mao Zedong from Nie Rongzhen concerning the Repatriation of Ethnic Korean Soldiers to North Korea
Lin Biao and others ask for instructions on whether to send ethnic Korean officers and soldiers to North Korea.
Register of Letters Received from China
A list of letters of support from China received by the North Korean government during the Korean War.
January 11, 1950
Cable, Central Military Commission to Lin Biao, Deng Zihui, Tan Zhen, Xiao Ke, and Zhao Erlu
To the question of whether to send back the ethnic Korean officers back to Korea, the Central Military Commission answers in the affirmative and writes that CMC has already asked for Korean officers to come to China to reorganize the troops and bring them back home.
January 19, 1950
Telegram Shtykov to Vyshinsky on a Luncheon at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK
Shtykov reports a meeting with Kim Il Sung, along with Chinese and Korean delegates. Kim Il Sung expresses his view on the prospect of a liberation of the South Korean people that is to follow the Chinese success in liberation. Kim expresses his view that the South Koreans support his cause for reunification which the South Korean government does not seem to purse, and that he desires to ask Stalin for permission on an offensive action on South Korea.
January 22, 1950
Cable, Liu Shaoqi to Chairman Mao [Zedong]
Liu Shaoqi reports to Mao Zedong that the ethnic Korean officers have arrived to bring back the ethnic Koreans to Korea. To the request of the North Korean officers in bringing back the weapons ethnic Korean officers had used, Mao responds in the affirmative.