"Ear Grave" in Kyoto Sheds Light on Brutality of Japs
A book on the massacre of Koreans committed by the Japanese aggressors during the Imjin Patriotic War (1592-1598) will reportedly be published in Japan.
The book, authored by a former Japanese diplomat, details the history of Japan's aggression of Korea, telling how an "ear grave" was erected in Japan during Japan's invasion of Korea.
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DPRK Socialist Constitution
Policies for Korea’s Reunification
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The DPRK government establishes diplomatic as well as political, economic and cultural relations with all friendly countries, on the principles of complete equality, independence, mutual respect, non-interference in each other’s affairs and mutual benefit.
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Pyongyang Golf Course
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