[KS] 105-in sakkon testimony

michael Robinson mrobinso at indiana.edu
Wed Mar 20 11:12:08 EST 2002

Dear List: 

While on the subject of narratives of events and issues in the literature, I received a request for some detailed information about the whereabouts of Kojong between 1895 to 1907....that is after the move in and out of the Russian Embassy in which palace was he residing.  There was some movement and renovation of various royal residences during the period.  What would be a good source for this sort of detailed information.  

Mike Robinson
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Koen De Ceuster 
  To: Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws 
  Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2002 2:47 AM
  Subject: RE: [KS] 105-in sakkon testimony

  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: 1912. 


  I hope this helps,


  Koen De Ceuster


  -----Original Message-----
  From: Koreanstudies-admin at koreaweb.ws [mailto:Koreanstudies-admin at koreaweb.ws]On Behalf Of Ann Lee
  Sent: woensdag 20 maart 2002 0:10
  To: Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws
  Subject: [KS] 105-in sakkon testimony


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

  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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