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    Provisional Government of the Republic of Koreaball

    Long live Independence of Korea!!
    My wish is the complete independence of Korea.
    — - Kim Koo

    The Provisional Government of the Republic of Koreaball was established with the aim of denying the invasion and colonial rule of the Korean Empire and leading the anti-Japanese independence movement in and out of the Korean Peninsula in the wake of the March 1, 1919, Declaration of Independence. It was primarily based in Republic of Chinaball.


    By the 1920s,

    On the date September 11, 1919, the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea initially engaged in various activities, including the creation of the Transportation Bureau, the annual control organization (for funds and liaison purposes), the publication of independent newspapers, and diplomatic activities. However, despite having a common view that a self-reliant government should be established based on the Declaration of Independence, conflicts between the pro-and northwestern factions, and confrontations between the nationalist and socialist camps continued within the provisional government.

    In particular, the conflict between nationalism and socialism was serious, and it was the case of the International Communist Party funding that reached its peak. The socialist camp within the provisional government was divided into the Irkutsk faction, the Shanghai faction, and the ML faction. In 1921, the socialist independence activists in the provisional government did not present the 2 million rubles they received from the International Communist Party and distributed it to the independence activists of the socialist camp. As a result, independence activists were at odds even within the socialist camp, and the conflict over funds later escalated beyond the internal division of socialism into an ideological confrontation between nationalism and socialism. in this process, The factions of the independence movement are divided into the creative and the reformists, and they are divided into divisions.

    By the 1930s,

    In 1932, it tried to throw a bomb at the emperor's carriage in Tokyoball, but failed. At that time, a Chinese newspaper reported, "The terror attack on the Japanese emperor ended in failure," and Japanball caused the Shanghaiball Incident under the pretext of this. After the Shanghai Incident, Japan held a celebration at Hongkou Park in Shanghai, where Korea's performance was here. Such Koreaball's activities were well received by Chinaball, which had a bad feeling toward Japanball due to the Manchurian and Shanghai incidents, and China, in particular, supported the provisional government's activities, admiring that " Koreaball has done what Chinaball has not done."

    Nationalist vs. socialist confrontation in the 1920s led to the formation of the National Unity Movement and coalition government in 1935 to make up for the vacuum created on the independence front. In the summer of 1939, left-wing independence movement groups, including the Korean National Revolutionary Party, the Korean National Liberation Union, the Korean Revolutionary League, and the Joseon Youth Front Association, and the Korean People's Party, the Korean Independence Party, and the Korean Revolutionary Party held roundtable meetings to form a coalition government between the left and right, but some left-wing groups broke down their left-wing unity.

    By the 1940s,

    In 1940, the Provisional Government moved its government offices from Shanghai to Nanjing, Guangzhou, and Changsha during the Japanese invasion of the Chinese continent and settled in Chongqing. The Korean People's Party, the Korean Independence Party, and the Joseon Revolution Party joined forces to form a new Korean Independence Party and became the ruling party of the Provisional Government. It organized the Korean Liberation Army with the support of the People's Party of China.

    On November 28, 1941, the founding code was issued, which included the establishment of a democratic republic through ordinary elections. Three days later, it declared war against Japan on December 10, when the Pacific War broke out due to the Japanese air strike on Pearl Harbor.

    In 1942, it led the General Headquarters of the Korean Volunteers Army, a socialist organization, and came to Junggyeong to join the Korean Liberation Army. Later, at the request of the British army, the Korean Liberation Army was deployed to the Indo-Miyama Front to carry out operations in collaboration with the U.S. OSS but failed due to Japan's early surrender. Some feel sorry that if Japan surrendered a little later and successfully carried out the operation, the provisional government and the Korean Liberation Army would have achieved independence on their own as a strictly united nation, so the situation could not have come like the division of the two Koreas.

    Just before the 1943 Cairo meeting, the British prime minister sent a special envoy to the US FDR to make the postwar Korean Peninsula a trusteeship zone, fearing that the independence of the colonies would affect the promotion of the post-war Indian Empire's sense of independence. It was reported in the U.S. media and Lim was informed of the news. In response, the Republic of China asked the Cairo meeting to resolve Korea's independence and promised to do so. Later in the Cairo meeting, the Republic of China strongly advocated Korea's independence despite opposition from the United States and Britain, and eventually guaranteed Korea's independence by reaching an agreement under the phrase "to make Korea independent at an appropriate time."

    It will then receive government approval from the Polish government in exile, the U.S. Congress, and the Soviet Union, and in 1945 tacit government approval from the Free French government through the embassy in China. However, the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea, like the Polish government-in-exile, is negated by the great powers because of the strategic interests...

    After the liberation of Korea

    Upon hearing the news of Japan's surrender while preparing for a domestic offensive to support the U.S. military's landing on the Korean Peninsula, the provisional government enacted 14 current policies on September 3. The core content of this was that if the provisional government returned to Korea, convened representatives from various fields in the country, formed a transitional government, it would transfer all the authority, sovereignty, constitution, national flag, state, etc. of the provisional government and voluntarily dismantle them.

    However, the U.S. military government did not recognize the provisional government as well as the People's Republic of Korea as an organization capable of carrying out its rule Eventually, all members of the Korean Liberation Army returned to Korea as individuals. At that time, the U.S. made the decision because it lacked accurate understanding or information on local politics on the Korean Peninsula, although it was also a measure to prevent certain groups from suddenly taking over national sovereignty. The U.S. military government judged based on data handed over from the Japanese Government-General during the early operation of the military government, and failed to accurately recognize the reality of the south of the 38th parallel, and went through a series of trials and errors, including pro-Japanese police, colonial Koreans, anti-communist nationalists, independence activists, liberal democracy activists, illiterates or Koreans who spoke English well or implemented policies that did not suit the reality of South Korea.

    Shortly after returning to Korea, the U.S. military government planned to play an active role in the establishment of a provisional government in the Korean Peninsula. But trusteeship misinformation happened...






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