Korean independence outbreak beginning March 1st 1919

([S.l. :  s.n.,  1920?])



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quietly golA^ to hiji. ix>oul.    He was in euch pain tliat he c^nXd aot ait

iris H^'^M^j   •^;>od ^.v , A htlptr lYoeti^tho '"^'^ku ^   .^Itory.

"-ed why ho "■•-'^'^   *'0 T'—' YonSe Hr  --       ^^^-^^  ^^^-^ nil  five men did

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a a Chrlai
riet had to bear h
1♦receive 20 strol
estod by the rhaT>e
tmn  doing; t..^ .. ..

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tj  to  tlxo  c
on \'!/hich the b
on CQuni^ed inc
.*i;in^ over th^

r yourb^

'lived actwilly 27 t

of the hody for full meacu
^m Hi,  a^ed about 20,

Ht8-accoxait was similar to paii luix^^ Houij's*    i

tie and Pak Yiing Hoi^g seemed to           .frerin^i less 1

I Bong Bam, aged 40.

Was in hie room at ^he            of

.red with drawn s^ercV

without  nuefirticr.

tly and ac

and other

u5^c;avc5u ^>/ strokese
' e otl"

dQinonstration,  "but t


:i to KO to


ion,  after


... 29  Btro!

^1 to be  £>i:

rlixr^ a great deal.


I Uoon Chan,  -^ "^ d atiout 40.
Wb In hi3 iw..     it the tjmo of th

ntered wi"^-'    ^-"awn Bwordr  • ^- '  "^orc- '
'?aa ask^          at he th

txe thing if it coula  bu c
.-  all laugi     ,    Ha i?ras giv

•: in,v%i>-,

^nstrat*'^^^ '^•.it thu ^"^Tice

A -i

ve Station


Ho repxiisd tnat it would
1 policemen et  'Ing
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