[KS] 105-in sakkon testimony

Koen De Ceuster koen.de.ceuster at pandora.be
Wed Mar 20 03:47:20 EST 2002

Two sources come to mind. One would be the National History Compilation
Committee’s Hanminjok tongnip undongsa charyojip 1-4 105-in sakkon kongp’an
simalso (four volumes of transcripts of court records in Japanese, with a
Korean translation), published in 1986;

And there is the contemporary English source The Korean Conspiracy Trial.
Full Report of the Proceedings by the Correspondent of the “Japan Chronicle”
. Printed and Published at the Office of the “Japan Chronicle,” Kobe, Japan:

I hope this helps,

Koen De Ceuster

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Where can I find court transcripts of the "105-in sakkon" trials?  Thank

Ann Lee, Assistant Professor
Asian Languages and Literature Department
Box 353521, University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195   http://faculty.washington.edu/asl
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