Korean Independence Outbreak Movement

Item Information

To show their sympathy with the independence demonstrators and as a pacific means to demand the release of those who have been arrested, all Korean shopkeepers have closed their shops.  Japanese soldiers are seen patrolling the streets with fixed bayonets.

Dublin Core

Title

To show their sympathy with the independence demonstrators and as a pacific means to demand the release of those who have been arrested, all Korean shopkeepers have closed their shops. Japanese soldiers are seen patrolling the streets with fixed bayonets.

Description

Korean Independence Movement Pamphlet

Source

Korean Independence Outbreak Collection
The Burke Library Archives (Columbia University Libraries)

Date

1919

Identifier

mrl8kio_0101_12
Box 1 Folder 1

Citation

“To show their sympathy with the independence demonstrators and as a pacific means to demand the release of those who have been arrested, all Korean shopkeepers have closed their shops. Japanese soldiers are seen patrolling the streets with fixed bayonets.,” Columbia University Libraries Online Exhibitions, accessed April 14, 2024, https://exhibitions.library.columbia.edu/exhibits/show/kio/item/2291.

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