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The last word:Interviews with a former civil servant at the Government-General of Korea09-08-2021A

20 July 2021

Summary

July 2014, Editorial Department, Sakuranohana Shuppan Publications vii The last word: Interviews with a former civil servant at the Government-General of Korea Chapter 1 A Civil Servant in the Government-General of Korea Entering Service in the Government-General of Korea As a starting point, I would like to describe the work that I did as a civil servant in Korea. [...] While I started as a nikkyū- gekkyū worker, I became a contract employee when I joined the staff of the provincial office at the end of the year and started working in the office. [...] 1945: Promotion to Acting Director of the Mining Section in the Mining Division of the Kangwon Provincial Office The Mining Division was the department that oversaw mining and industry. [...] While I was working in the Mining Section in the Mining Division of the Provincial Office, there was a plan to build a Provincial Branch Office in Kōryō (Gangneung), in the eastern part of the province. [...] 16 The last word: Interviews with a former civil servant at the Government-General of Korea ■ Column 1: Distinguishing between Japan’s Annexation of Korea and Colonialism In 1910, Japan and Korea signed the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty and announced to the world the formal annexation of the Korean Empire by the Empire of Japan.

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