[KS] Re : DPRKorea as seen from the socialist bloc in the 1950.

levi nicolas nicolas_levi at yahoo.fr
Wed Apr 8 09:43:54 EDT 2009

Mam na imie Nicolas jestem obecnie w Korei do 21 kwietnia w Seulu, pisze dr o KRL-D ale w Polsce jednakże jestem w Korei aktualnie, wczesniej publikacje na temat stosunki polsko krld napisalem, mam inne publikacje oraz zajmuję się portalem www.northkorea.pl i korea.wiiem.pl. jeśli chcesz się spotkać zadzwoń do mnie na ten numer: 010 8071 5932, ale jutro dopiero bo teraz klade się spać, pozdr, Nicolas

--- En date de : Mer 8.4.09, Jakub <postdali at gmail.com> a écrit :

De: Jakub <postdali at gmail.com>
Objet: [KS] DPRKorea as seen from the socialist bloc in the 1950.
À: "Korean Studies Discussion List" <koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>
Date: Mercredi 8 Avril 2009, 10h42

Dear All

It is my first time to write on this list. Please forgive me any misunderstandings or mistakes.

I am a Polish student in the Sociology Faculty of the Academy of Korean Studies, Bundang in South Korea. I am writing an M.D. thesis about the social influence and reception of the DPRKorea and Kimilsungism in Poland in the 1950s. It seems to be a very narrow topic yet it is still interesting to track the materials in the stalinist Poland, and those after the 1956, which show Pyongyang's communist government.

I have searched quite a bit and found materials and historical sources, as well as the classic texts (books about North Korea in statu nascendi), yet still I wonder maybe somebody knows any sources and/or articles treating about the DPRKorea in the socialist countries, its policy or propaganda, the way the DPRK was trying to achieve the goal of reconstruction of the country and become independent of foreign influences, and presenting itself abroad. 

I shall be very thankful for any suggestions concerning my thesis topic.
Best regards
Jakub Paprocki

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