[KS] Mein Kampf in Korean
j.biontino at arcor.de
Fri Jun 21 09:29:03 EDT 2013
as far as naver, RISS and library websites offer, the first Korean
translation of Mein Kampf was made bei Yi Jun-hwan in 1961. I guess
before 1945 it may have been circulated in the Japanese translations
that date back to the Thirties.
Unfortunately, the history of reception of this "book" in East Asia
remains thoroughly unclear.
If someone knows research papers about the topic whatever the language
I'd be happy to know about them. Thanks in advance.
Seoul National University
College of Education (History major)
21.06.13 19:29, Frederic OJARDIAS:
> A (very) quick Naver research gives at least three different translations
> (plus this rather surprising manhwa adaptation...)
> Frederic Ojardias
> Radio France Internationale
> Correspondent, Korea
> From: "Alon Levkowitz" <levko at smile.net.il>
> Sent: Friday, June 21, 2013 6:11 PM
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> Subject: Re: [KS] Mein Kampf in Korean
>> Dear Michael
>> I bought this book last year in Seoul (2008 edition).
>> Dr. Alon Levkowitz
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>> From: Koreanstudies [mailto:koreanstudies-bounces at koreaweb.ws] On Behalf Of
>> Michael Rank
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>> Subject: [KS] Mein Kampf in Korean
>> Further the report of KJU presenting his top henchmen with Mein Kampf, can
>> anyone confirm this has been translated into Korean? I don't suppose it was
>> translated specially for the occasion....
>> Michael Rank
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