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Chapters: Park Chung-Hee, Choe Nam-Seon, Chinilpa, Kim Ok-Gyun, Korean History Compilation Committee, Hong Sa-Ik, Kim Suk-Won, Prince Imperial Ui, Kim Chang-Ryong, Crown Prince Euimin, Paik Sun-Yup, Yi Wan-Yong, Park Kyung-Won, Yun Chi-Ho, Gando Special Force, Wu, Prince of Korea, Choi Seung-Hee, Yun Ung-Nyeol, Special Law to Redeem Pro-Japanese Collaborators'' Property, Five Eulsa Traitors, Iljinhoe, Kenichi Momoyama, Lee Byeong-Do, Chung Il-Kwon, Yun Chi-Young. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 105. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher''s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Park Chung-hee (30 September 1917 26 October 1979) was a Republic of Korea Army general and the dictator of South Korea (the Republic of Korea) from 1961 to 1979. He has been credited with the industrialization of the Republic of Korea through export-led growth. His rule was ended by his assassination in 1979. He was named one of the top 100 Asians of the Century by Time magazine (1999). Park was born in Gyeongsangbuk-do Kumi during the Japanese occupation. His father was Park Seong-bin (age 46 at the time) and his mother was Baek Nam-hui (age 45). His eldest brother was Park Dong-hee (age 22); second brother was Park Mu-hee (age 19); eldest sister was Park Gwi-hee (age 15); third brother was Park Sang-hee (age 11); fourth brother was Park Han-saeng (age 7); and his youngest sister was Park Jae-hee (age 5). Park came from an undistinguished local branch of the Goryeong Bak clan. Park won admission to the Daegu Teacher''s Gymnasium, which was a favored high school for prospective primary teachers. He entered on April 8, 1932 and graduated on March 25, 1937, after five years of study. His formative years coincided with the Japanese invasion of China, starting with the Manchurian incident in 1931 and culminating in the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese Wa...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=603199



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