End of Empire100 days in 1945 that changed Asia and the world.

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  •  was a Korean educator, independence activist, journalist, entrepreneur, politician and calligrapher, the second Vice President of South Korea serving 1951–1952
    Kim Sung-soo  was a Korean educator, independence activist, journalist, entrepreneur, politician and calligrapher, the second Vice President of South Korea serving 1951–1952. This is the first of a three-part ** ‘Special Edition’ ** that presents all Korea materials in a single location. Click for Part II, Part III The following expert analyses are related to the situation in Korea: Lori Watt, From colonial elite to defeated national: the first 100 days. Andrei Lankov, Soviet occupation and the national division of Korea. Jongsoo Lee, Americans in southern Korea. James Hoare, Korean leaders in 1945.