[KS] North Korea and the war

James Person jfperson at hotmail.com
Wed May 15 15:50:56 EDT 2002

As far as loss of life is concerned, Kathryn Weathersby found specific 
numbers in a Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs document, the results of 
which can be found on the Cold War International History Project website at 
cwihp.si.edu under press releases from 1 August 2001. Hope this helps.

James Person
Independent researcher

>From: Tobias H?inette  <tobias at orient.su.se>
>Reply-To: Koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws
>To: koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws
>Subject: [KS] North Korea and the war
>Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 13:55:44 +0200
>I am looking for accurate statistics on how the Korean war affected North 
>Korea in terms of losses of life and especially estimated numbers of 
>orphaned or abandoned children during and after the war. I am also, as 
>written before, still looking for references on how North Korea dealt with 
>the problem of these children in opposition to South Korea´s overseas 
>adoption program, and general post-war material on adoption and North 
>Korea. Adoption is taking place domestically in North Korea and has a part 
>in the family law of the country.
>Thank you very much in advance,
>Tobias H?inette/Lee Sam-dol
>Doktorand i koreanska
>Institutionen f? orientaliska spr?
>Stockholms universitet
>106 91 Stockholm
>Tel: 08-16 15 88
>Fax: 08-15 54 64
>E-post: tobias at orient.su.se
>Ph.D. candidate in Korean studies
>Department of Oriental Languages
>Stockholm University
>SE-106 91 Stockholm
>Tel: 46-8-16 15 88
>Fax: 46-8-15 54 64
>E-mail: tobias at orient.su.se

Join the world’s largest e-mail service with MSN Hotmail. 

More information about the Koreanstudies mailing list