[KS] The death of Queen Min

Ted Han jangpa1 at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 28 15:03:58 EDT 2002

If you read Korean, check out the following link 
(http://www.yallee.org/project/history/view.asp?page_num=1&num=51). It 
briefly introduces the newly discovered Ejo Report.

Please keep in mind that the artcle came out right after Fukuda Yasuo's 
speech that Japan could go nuclear.

Ted Han
Intercultural Institute of California

>From: Henny Savenije <adam_eve at henny-savenije.pe.kr>
>Reply-To: Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws
>To: "Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws" <Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>
>Subject: [KS] The death of Queen Min
>Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 10:02:34 +0900
>I got the following mail from someone, could anyone enlighten me?
>>Dear Mr Savenije,
>>I would like to ask you whether you could confirm the latest developments 
>>about the death of the Queen Min. I've heard from one Korean scholar in 
>>Cracow that one journalist had published an article (based on Japanese 
>>sources) about her death in which he says that she had been raped by the 
>>Japanese soldiers before they killed her.
>>Andrzej Wadas
>Henny (Lee Hae Kang)
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