history of North Korea
history of North Korea 668 AD: Ancient Korea
People have been living in the Korean peninsula since ancient times, gradually developing their own culture and civilization. The Srila family first united the Korean people in 668 AD. Since then Korea has had to contend with the expansionist ambitions of its neighboring countries.
1910: Japan colonies Korea
In 1910, with the Japanese Empire and the Korean colonies, the Chosan family collapsed. Korean people remember Japanese colonialism as a brutal experience. Resistance groups have been formed in Korea and China, which often adopt left-wing politics in reaction to the right-wing Japanese administration. The memories of the Japanese Imperial Administration’s repression continue to maintain relations between the people of both Korea and Japan today. During this period, Korea also began to become modern, and Pyongyang city, in particular, became a vibrant center of Christianity and Western culture.
1945: The division of the Korean people
Following the defeat of Japan in 1945, the Soviet Union and the United States agreed to divide post-Korean war control. On August 10, 1945, two young American military officers drew a line parallel to the 38th parallel U.S. and Soviet occupation territories. The split should have been temporary, a straightforward map of Korea’s long history, but the appearance of the Cold War made it an important event. In an effort to ensure its own influence in Korea, the US and USSR installed leaders who were sympathetic to their goals, while mistrust from both sides prevented cooperation on the election, which is understood. He was supposed to choose the leader of the whole island. The United States gave control of the southern half of the peninsula to Sangamon Ri, while the Soviet Union gave Kim Singh power to the north. In 1948, both sides claimed to be the representative of the legitimate government and the entire Korean people.
August 15, 1948
Sengmanyu has declared sovereignty over Korea, announcing the establishment of the Republic of Korea in Seoul.
September 8, 1948
Kim Alsung has announced the establishment of the People’s Republic of Korea in Pyongyang and has also claimed jurisdiction over all of Korea.
1950: The Korean War begins on June 25, 1950
In 1950, Kim Il-i-Sung tried to unite Korea under his sovereignty by military force, beginning the Korean War. By far the most devastating and traumatic event in Korean history, the war has changed the lives of almost every Korean. Some historians claim that the US military dropped more Naples on Korea’s urban centers than Vietnam. The bombing campaigns reduced Pyongyang to rubble, and North Korea’s population decreased by 10%.
June 27, 1953
Finally, in 1953 the two sides signed the armistice that eliminated the enmity. The DMZ (destructive zone) was established near the border, leaving hundreds of millions of families trapped on opposite sides of the border before the war began.
1953-1970: Stalinist construction
From 1953 to the 1970s, some foreign observers considered North Korea a successful state. During this time, many North Koreans were better than their South brothers.
Kim Il-ling re-formed North Korean society on the lines of promoting the Korean national sovereignty, which is primarily a nationalist ideology. Governmental possession of all private property and associations. Officially, everything in the country, from business to clothing to one, belongs to the North Korean state. The government rebuilt Pyongyang as a socialist capital and erected a number of monuments near Kampung, part of a nationwide effort to build a group of individuals to preserve obedience by the people. The state took control of all the media and restricted international travel. Kim al-Sung also worked steadily to centralize power under the Korean Workers’ Party and imposed an impetus to relieve the country from potential internal rivals.