[KS] Newspapers during the colonial era

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Fri Mar 12 14:53:01 EST 2010

Dear "hokhanh",
Last year someone took me to a museum of Korean
newspapers and magazines in Yoido. It covers most  of
the C20, at least up to the 1970s. Fascinating  stuff.
Alas, I didn't note its name. I'm copying this to  Robert
Koehler, who knows Seoul intimately. Hopefully  others
on this list will be able to help too. Good luck!
Aidan  Foster-Carter 
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In a message dated 3/12/2010 18:57:38 GMT Standard Time,  
hokhanh at grinnell.edu writes:

I need a  survey of newspapers during the colonial era.  I'm trying to find
out  what the major propaganda organs were and what language was the  
one for the state.

Can anyone recommend an English language  source?

Assistant Professor
Grinnell College
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Grinnell, IA 50112
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hokhanh at grinnell.edu

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