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November 27, 1974

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

Hungarian Charge d’Affaires Janos Taraba reports on the "personality cult reigning in the KWP," and describes the two camps that have emerged in response to the question of the succession of Kim Il Sung

November 6, 1960

Journal of Soviet Ambassador in the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 6 November 1960

A.M. Puzanov reports on Jeong Il-yong's report on the Korean revolution during the 43rd anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.

September 15, 1949

Telegram, Shtykov to Stalin

A description of the political and economic situation in South and North Korea, and on the presence of the struggling democratic and reactionary forces and their influence among the people. Attached are three appendices on the combat and strength of the South Korean and the People's Army of North Korea, the amount of weapons in the People's Army, and the amount of ammunition in the People's Army as of August 1, 1949.

February 1, 1977

Joint Meeting of Political Parties and Social Organizations Discussing Unification of the Fatherland

Communist World Broadcast Listening Report on joint meeting of political parties and social organizations discussing unification of the Fatherland.

September 18, 1956

Conversation records between Chairman Mao Zedong and the Soviet Communist Party Delegation, 18 September 1956

Mao Zedong and the Soviet Community Party Delegation exchanged views on Korean issues and a potential visit by Kim Il Sung to the PRC.

April 30, 1962

Minutes of Conversation between Deng Xiaoping and the North Korean Ambassador to China Han Ik-su

Chairman of China Deng Xiaoping and the DPRK Ambassador to China Han Ik-su exchange views about the relationship between China and North Korea. They reiterate the need to strengthen the unity of socialist camp and the fraternal relationship between China and North Korea. They also agree that the truth about communism is to combine Marxism-Leninism with the actual conditions of one’s own country, not to blindly follow Soviet Union dogma in all circumstances.