August 2005
Background Notes on Countries of the World: North Korea;Aug2005, p5
Country Report
Country Report
Features the history of North Korea. Religions of North Koreans; Occupation of North Korea by Japan in the early 20th century; Relations of North Korea with South Korea.


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