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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09128
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1920 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

The anti-Japanese sentiment spread ove the nation (Korean). This was epitomised in the liberation movement taking place on 1st March 1919 (in another word, Samil Movement literally meaning 'Three-One Movement'). The movement starting from the Korean grassroots was made possible through the congregation of the 'entire' Korean public irrespective of their social status or positions.

On the opposite side of the liberation movement, it is claimed that there was a group of Korean Bourgoeis gathered under the title of the thirty-three nationalists. They visited the Japanese General-Government in Korea while carrying the Declaration of Independence for the purpose of appealing for the Independece of Korea. According to the commentary, this was seen as the nothing more than a surrender to the Japanese imperial power.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. closeup of a photograph of an eldery Korean man

2. 1st March 1919

3. a news article written in Korean: Pyungyang, Pyungan Nam-do, Rush in a police station

4. series of news articles reporting public turmoil or demonstration starting from Gyunseong

5. a map of Korean peninsular with white dots signifying the public protests

6. series of closeup of photographs of mass congregation in a public open space

7. an overview of a main street in a Korean city with electric-light poles and low-rise Korean traditional style houses on the right side of the road

8. a photograph of the 28th US President Woodrow Wilson

9. a news article written in English

10. closeup of a photograph of a exterior of a building

(presumably a place called Taehwagwan Restaurant, where the thirty-three nationalists gathered)

11. The Declaration of Independence (written in both Chinese script, Hanja and Korean)

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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09122
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1912 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

Japanese colonial power strenghtened its power by having two more army divisions. Furthermore, the colonial power penetrated into the farming area by

This already begun from 1908: Japanese government set up an organisation called the Oprental Development Company for the purpose of land confiscation.

The head of the coporatr was the current Japanese army lieutenant-general. And the board was composed of powerful figures in public and private sectors. In August 1912, General-Government in Korea announced the policy of Land investigation: the result of this policy was Korean landloads loosing their entiltlement and realestates and Japanese migration becoming as landowners.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. Japanese army getting off the military vessel and marching along at the port

2. closeup of a photograph of a Japanese government building

3. zoom-out of a a photograph of a Japanese government building

4. a photograph of Japanese army marching on a street

5. overview of a Korean village with a small number of houses

6. closeup of a Korean house in a farming area

7. panning over the roof of a Korean farmer's house (Chogazip) and a white magnolia tree

8. zoom-out of the photograph of a cluster of several Korean farmers' houses

9. panning a Korean village in country side

10. series of photoraphs of Korean farmers standing next to cows

11. a photograph of a Wetern style building in a city

12. a photograph of a Japanised western style building

13. a photograph of (presumably) the 1st head of East Asia Trade Corporate/ the current Japanese army lieutenant-general

14. a photograph of the board members of the coporate

15. close up of the General-Government building

16. series of photographs of Japanese investigators and policemen on land

17. a photograph of a Japanese policemen grabing a Korean women

18. a photograph of faces of three Korean women

19. a photograph of farming land with people: Korean farmers and landloads in the forefront and far, a Japanese investigator/policemen in black uniform in the middle

20. series of Japanese civilians wearing traditional clothes:men in Hakame, women in Kimono

21. closeup of Japanese women's feet on Japanese traditional foot wear,Geta

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Subjects: Government and politics
Organisations: Japanese armed forces, Japan government
Locations: Japan, East Asia, Asia
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Indictment of History
Title:
SD
Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09127
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1920 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

Japanese government was skeptical about the possibility of the discussion ove the issue of the current situation of Joseon Dynasty. As a way of preventing this (it is claimed that ) Japanese govenment administered the assassination of King Gojong by posion. However, it is reported that Japanese govenment announced that King Gojong died of brain haemorrage. Also, they attempted to mask the inequal Korean-Japan relation with the marriage between Princess Masako of Japan and Crown Prince Euimin of Korea (28 April 1920 at Korean King's Palace in Tokyo): the wedding and the honeymoon were orchestrated by the Japanese government during the period of the Paris Peace Conference. Nonetheless,the situation became deteriorated in tems of the living condition of the Korean public unde the rule of Japanese imperial power.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. a title of a booklet/book written in Chinese character

2. a news article written in Japanese

3. closeup of a photograph of Deoksu Palace and the Greek style edifice, Seokjo Hall (Seokjojeon)

4. a photograph of Gojong , the 26th King of Joseon-Korea Dynasty

5. a news article reporting the death of Gojong written in Chinese script, Hanja and Korean

7. a view of a courtyard of a palace

8. a photograph of Princess Nashimotonomiya Masako of Japan(right) and Crown Prince Euimin of Korea (left)

9. a photograph of a summit meeting in Paris

10. dark cloudy sky

11. series of two photographs of Korean civilians: the former capturing Korean women sitting on grass , the latter showing children wearing lightcolored hanbok, (some are naked)

12. series of closeup of Korean civilians being seized by Japanese policemen

13. closeup of a photograph of an eldery Korean man

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Subjects: Government and politics
Organisations: Japan government
Locations: Japan, East Asia, Asia
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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09129
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1920 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

After the liberation movement, there were changes to the Japanese rule ove Korea.

It became more ruthless in terms of controling the Korean public. There were a number of massacres of Korean people namely in places like Soowon, Cheolsan, Meangdan, and Seoul.

Saito Makoto was appointed as the third Gernal-Govenor of Korea after his reserves caused by his involvement in the Siemens scandal. After being as the govenor, he made amendations to the policy in relation with ruling Korea: it was known as the cultural politics. Among the changes made under the regime of Saito Makoto were educational institutions founded (i.e. Gyeongseong or Keijo Imperial Univerity, now Seoul National University). Add to that, the cilvilian force replaced the military police and the imposition of the limitation on the press freedom was partly removed. It is understood that two major newspapers, Donga Ilbo and Chosun Ilbo were established under the circumstances.

Nonetheless, according to the statistics showing the number of the civilian force and related facilities, it is hard to say that the amount of the pressure imposed on the Korean public deminished under the rule of the third General-Govenor, Saito Makoto. It is reported that the number of Japanese force in Korea increased four-times more than the previous time.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. a photograph of a gathering of Korean civilians on the edge of a rampart

2. series of scripts or news articles written in Chinese script and Japanese

3. series of photos of Japanese army or police

4. series of closeups of photographs of the massacre of Korean civilians by Japanese military

5. a thunderstorm and lightening

6. series of photographs capturing the scenes of massacre of Korean civilians

(haning, execuation by firing squad, crucifixion)

7. paning over a photograph of congregation of Japanese army

8. paning over corpses covered with blankets

9. a cloudy sky

10. panning over a photograph of a cityscape

11. an extorior of a Japases style castle built on a lake

12. a photograph of a Japanese Saito Makodo and his wife sitting in the back of a wagon

13. two photographes of Saito Makodo; one wearing black-colored tuxedo and the other one wearing miliraty uniform (two-time General-Govenor of Korea)

14. a train running over the rail

14. a signage saying Kyunsong (written in multi-languages; Korean, Chinese, Japanes, English version of transliteration)

15. view of a high-street in the city of Seoul with people passing

16. a script of the slogan referring the new policy administered by Saito Mokoto

17. two photographs of modern Western-style buildings (presumably school buildings built in Seoul)

18. series of Korean news papers (presumably Choseon Ilbo and Donga Ilbo)

19. series of Korean new papers with some of markings

20. zoom Japanese soldier or policeman and Korean civilians

21. photograph of Korean people being searched by Japanese policeman

22. a map of Korean peninsular with the symbols referring the number of Japanese civilian force, prison and army force in each province

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Subjects: Government and politics
Organisations: Japanese armed forces, Japan government
Locations: Seoul, South Korea, East Asia, Asia
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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09121
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1910 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

Japanese colonial power ruthlessly obliterated resistance at any level throught the Public Prosecutor Offices in major and medium-size cities like Seoul, Pyungyang, Hamheung, and Daejeon. To add to this, Japanese government intensified its control by implementing several different policies in relation with crime, persecution, and confinement.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. series of photographs of Japanised Western style edifices

2. zoom-out of a photograph of Japanese governors

3. a statement of Terauchi Masatake with Korean translation: "The people of Choseon-Korea are to either conform to Japanese legistlation or are to die. They are to choose one or the other."

4. a closeup of a sword

5. Terauchi Masatake cutting a bunches of weed with his sword

6. a map of Korean Peninsular with marks of dark silhouette of (presumably Japanese) persecutors

7. zoom-in of a photograph of Japanese senior soldiers sitting in rows

8. closeup of an article written in Chinese characters: The 2nd Criminal Case in Choseon-Korea

9. a wired fence and a prison

10. observing area in a prison and a guard holding a rifle

11. the overview of Seodaemoon Prison in South Korea

12. a photograph of Japanese policemen wearing black color uniforms

13. closeup of "a coat of arm" of Japanese policeman

14. series of (presumably Korean) prisonors whose faces are coverd with hats made of weed

15. closeup of the photograph of an entrance of a prison

16. a photograph of iron-made hadcuffs

17. a photograph of Korean women wearing hanbok being followed by a Japanese policemen in black uniform

18. zoom-out of a photograph of Korean women whose faces are covered and hands are handcuffed

19. closeup of a photograph of the entrance of a prison

20. a long brick-layed wall

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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09132
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1920 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

The independence movement continued with the enforcement of the Korean military groups led by figures like Beomdo Hong, Dongjin Oh, and Sebong Yang. They succeeded in defeating the Japanese force in the battles like Dongokgol battle and Cheongsanri battle. As a way of subjugating the Korean independence force, the Japanese government executed the massacre of three million Korean civilians and the destruction of six thousand houses. It took two months by the Japanese force which used to defend the national border and fight againt the Russian force.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. a photograph of public gathering in a playground

2. series of photoraphs of the leaders of the independence movement; Beomdo Hong, Dongjin Oh, Sebong Yang

3. a photograph of

4. a photograph of buildings

5. Japanese soldiers getting on trains

6. train carrying Japanese army

7. closeup of a photogaph of the street in a Korean village

8. two photograph of Korean cilvilians being killed

9. view of a barren land with a tree and mountains

10. the ocean with vessels burning

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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09123
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1920 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

Japanese colonial power also infiltrated into Korean society through the immigration policy; a large number of Japanese settled in Korean society, which is seen as a great threat to the locals. It appears that the Japanese immigrants had their prosperous business within Korea. On the other side, a large number of the young Korean left Korea for Japan in the hope of earning money; Many of them took ferryboats at the seeport, Busan/Pusan.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. (presumably) Japanese people getting off from a vesel carrying their luggage and a word saying settlement

2. a veiw of high street; the arcade with the inscription of and a shop on the far right

3. two Korean women and a child

4. shops with banners with Japanese letters on

5. a photograph of a Korean farming family wearing light-colored hanbok sitting together underneath a roof

6. a Korean farmer and his teenage child holding up her baggage on her head

7. migratory birds flying in A - shape

8. a field with a reed beding in a wind

9. two sitted elderly Korean men in a light-colored hanbok with a cow standing behind him: one smoking, the other looking in a distance

10. a road running through a low-rise mountain

11. overview of a river (presumably Duman River)

12. sand and mists being blown away by wind

13. a wired fence in the forefront and a bridge in a distance

14. several Korean civilians walking on the bridge

15. a photograph of Busan/Pusan seaport

16. Korean civilians leaning on the rails on a deck

17. a sideview of a ferryboatwith dark-colored steam/smoke from the chimney

18. sea waves

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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09136
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1931 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

The Great Depression in the late 1920 and early 1930 substantially affected Japan as well. During this economic recession, the Japanese imperial power searched the way of a breakthrough in war. One of the instances of this was The Report of Danaka, which legitimised the occupation of the Manchuria and China by the Japanese imperial power. One incident that shows the Japanese intention to expand its colonisation was the war of 18 April 1931. It is said that Japanese occupation of the Manchuria also brought the Korean civilians to face the hostile situation.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. edifices in a metropolitan city (presumably New York City with the Empire State building)

2. Stock Exchange inscribed on the upper part of a gate

3. inside of the New York stock exchange market

4. American children sitting on the floor

5. series of scences of people pouring down/disposing of grains milks and

6. American male citizens wearing suits and hats (in the style of late1920s and early 1930s); some of them holding up pickets

7. a aerial view of a building and streets

8. the Japanese mass

9. two photographs of Japanese people in a long row outside of a building

10. Japanese dignitaries

11. The Report of Danaka with the date of 25th July 1927

12. Japanese soldiers chekcing military armament

13. rifles lined up in a row

14. military tanks lined up in a row

15. military march

16. Japanese Emperor Hirohito riding on a horse

17. series of explosions

18. the uprising of 18 April 1931

19. soldiers climbing up a mountain

20. Japanese army on a battle field

21. several artillery and soldiers

22. a burnt factory with dark coloured smoke

23. dark coloured smoke

24. the ending credit: Producer Jeajoon yang; Director Jeongsock Yu; Cameraman Deockchang Goh and Seongdo Kim; music Jinwon Baek; Commentary Changsoo Kim

25. the ending title: Editing at Joseon Domumenrtary Film Production 1990

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Subjects: Government and politics
Organisations: Japanese armed forces, Japan government
Locations: East Asia, New York City, Asia, New York, United States, North America
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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09134
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1929 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

It was Hyungsik Kim who made a claim that the Korean were to lead the anti-Japanese movement independently. He also suggested the new direction of the independent movement from the nationalism to the communism. The key figure who stood at the forefront of the Korean independent movement was Ilsung Kim (former Chief of DPRK). Under Ilsung Kim's leadership, the Korean revolutionary force became well-organised. It is named as Anti-imperialist movement. Since then, the independence movement spreaded nation widely and this was epitomised in the Gwangju student-initiated protest that begun on 3rd Nov 1929. It soon spreaded over to 194 schools in other regions in Korean. (Among the particiapting students in the protest were Jiok Park and Gwangchoon Ryu.)

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. trees covered with snow in a mountain vally

2.

3. a news articles written in Chinese character

4. closeup of a sunset

5. closeup of a part of a news articles; Ta do (anti) and Kim Ilsung

6. forest being shade with light

7. a part of a book called a short history on the Joseon(Korean) revolutionary movement vol.1

9. a part of the book with the title; ninth, Ta do (anti) and Kim Ilsung

10. the front page of a Korean news papaer called Donga Ilbo written

11. closeup of a news article from Dona Ilbo with Korean translations added

12. closeup of a flag

13. sea waves

14. overview of a village in a countryside

15. closeup of a photograph of two Korea women(presumably Jiok Park and Gwangchoon Ryu) wearing light-colored Korean traditional clothes

16. Okboon Ryu, former classmate of Jiok Park, siting on a bench in a park

17. a news article reporting the student-led protest in Gwangju

18. a photograph of a congregation of Korean people

19. closeup of the previous photograph: two Korean students(female and male)

20. a photograph of a congregation of Korean people

21. zoomout of a news article reporting the spread of the protest starting from Gwagnju

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Indictment of History
Title:
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Summary: Part 2 "Japanese Imperialists Colonial Rule in Korea"
Story No: x09130
Source: KRT
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/01/1920 12:00 AM
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This sequence is taken from a 38 minute documentary which looks at period during which the Korean Peninsula was under the control of Japanes Colonial Power in 1910-40's.

Japanese government implemented an agricultural policy called Sam-Mi Jeung Sik, a plan to fill up the rice shortage or to meet the demand on rice in Japan. They mobilised the rice resources harvested in Korea to Japan. Even though It is reported that around 27,000,000 seom of rice (1 seom is equivalent to 47.6 gallons and 5.12 bushels ) was deprived by the Japanese government, the actual amount of the rice taken way was 66,000,000 seom. Moreover, cows,one of the most important resources for the farming, were also taken away to Japan for the purpose of providing Japanese with quality meat and leather.

**Please note: this programme was produced by the Documentary Film Studio of the DPRK and offers a version of events, commentary and opinion from the perspective of the DPRK.**

***Date is approximate

1. overview of a Japanese city

2. closeup of a public gathering; men wearing light colored hat with a balck ribbon

3. paning over a photograph of a long line of Japanese civilians awaiting rice

4. an exterior of the General-Government building in Korean

5. a view of a three and the sky

6. overview of a rampart and a village in Korea

7. Korean farmers/peasnts working onrice transplantation

8. closeup of Korean farmers/peasnts working onrice transplantation

9. series of photographs of Korean farmers woking on the field

10. a photograph of a farming land with migratory bird flying over

11. closeup of ripe rice plants

12. series of Korean farmers carrying bundles of cut-out rice plants

13. a photograph of a Korean fartmer standing next to a cow

14. series of photographs of Korean farmers woring

15. a photograph of piled-up rice packages

16. a vessel at a port and wagons loaded with packs of rices

17. two photographes of a number of cows and Korean farmers

18. a cow being lift over a vessel

19. view of the ocean with steam-vessels

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Subjects: Rice farming, Agriculture, Livestock farming, Cattle farming, Grain farming, Crop farming, Industries, Business, Government and politics
Organisations: Japan government
Locations: Japan, East Asia, Asia
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