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1 Kim Gu (1876~1949) American Literature Civil Disobedience Assignment G11 Da In

2 We can’t explain Korean history without Kim Gu

3 The important facts of Kim Gu pen name: Baekbeom -The sixth and later the last president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea. A Korean politician, educationist, leader of Korean independent movement against the Japanese occupation of Korea that lasted from 1910 to 1945 Reunification activist who had struggled for the independent reunification of Korea since its national division in 1945. In 1931 he organized a nationalist group, the Korea Patriotic Legion. he has been constantly regarded as one of the greatest figures in modern Korean history.

4 Aphorisms, quotes of Kim Gu Kim Gu is well known for leader of Korean independent movement but also known for educationalist and great writer.

5 My desire If god asked me what was my wish, I would reply unhesitatingly, "Korean independence.“ If he asked me what was my second wish, I would again answer, "My country's independence." If he asked me what was my third wish, I would reply in an even louder voice, "My wish is the complete independence of my country Korea. "My fellow brethren. This is my only wish. I have lived seventy years of my life for this wish, am living my life for this wish, and will live my life only to fulfill this wish.

6 Actions against Japan governments Kim Gu devoted himself to the enlightenment and education of the Korean people, founding Jangyeon school and the Yangsan School, becoming the principal of the Yangsan School. Kim Gu devoted himself to the enlightenment and education of the Korean people, founding Jangyeon school and the Yangsan School, becoming the principal of the Yangsan School. Kim Gu joined the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea, which vowed to liberate Korea from Japanese occupation. After serving as the Police Minister, Kim became the president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea. He was re-elected to the office many times by the Provisional Assembly. Kim Gu joined the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea, which vowed to liberate Korea from Japanese occupation. After serving as the Police Minister, Kim became the president of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea. He was re-elected to the office many times by the Provisional Assembly.

7 In 1931 he organized a nationalist group, the Korea Patriotic Legion, and lead movement, Yoon Bong-Gil and Lee Bong–Chang’s an assassination attempt of several Japanese leaders, against Japan. In 1931 he organized a nationalist group, the Korea Patriotic Legion, and lead movement, Yoon Bong-Gil and Lee Bong–Chang’s an assassination attempt of several Japanese leaders, against Japan. After escaping to Chongqing where Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist Government was established, Kim established the Korean Liberation Army, commanded by General Ji Cheong-cheon. When the Pacific War broke out, Kim Gu declared war on Japan and Germany and committed the Korean Liberation Army to the Allied side; the Korean Liberation Army took part in warfare in China and Southeast Asia. Kim arranged for the Korean Liberation Army to advance to Korea in 1945 but, days before the departure of the leading unit, the war ended. After escaping to Chongqing where Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist Government was established, Kim established the Korean Liberation Army, commanded by General Ji Cheong-cheon. When the Pacific War broke out, Kim Gu declared war on Japan and Germany and committed the Korean Liberation Army to the Allied side; the Korean Liberation Army took part in warfare in China and Southeast Asia. Kim arranged for the Korean Liberation Army to advance to Korea in 1945 but, days before the departure of the leading unit, the war ended.

8 Final thought Do you agree with Kim Gu’s activities and philosophies? What inspired you about their work? What were you troubled by? Can you see a connection to your own life? I strongly agree with Kim Gu’s activities and philosophies and respect him. No one more concerned Korean’s independence than Kim Gu did and He deserved to get title ‘the leader of Korean’ He changed Korean history. If Gim gu didn’t born in that time, then Korean independent might be never happened.

9 Sources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Gu http://blog.naver.com/narcissus96?Redirect=Log&logNo=60034 581837 http://blog.naver.com/narcissus96?Redirect=Log&logNo=60034 581837 http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%9B%99%EC%BB%A4%EC%9A %B0_%EA%B3%B5%EC%9B%90_%ED%8F%AD%ED%83%84%E D%88%AC%EC%B2%99_%EC%82%AC%EA%B1%B4 http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%9B%99%EC%BB%A4%EC%9A %B0_%EA%B3%B5%EC%9B%90_%ED%8F%AD%ED%83%84%E D%88%AC%EC%B2%99_%EC%82%AC%EA%B1%B4


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