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China’s Anti-Japanese War and the Independence Movement on the Korean Peninsula

  • Jin Jingyi
Part of the International Relations and Comparisons in Northeast Asia book series (IRCNA)

Abstract

Korea was under Japanese colonial rule for 36 years, from 1910 when it was occupied by Japan, through to the Japanese surrender in 1945. During this period, Korea’s anti-Japanese independence movement grew as an underground movement on the Korean peninsula, while expanding overseas to China, as well as to the United States, the Soviet Union, and Japan.

Keywords

Korean Peninsula Chinese Communist Party Korean People Independence Movement Korean Youth 
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