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- The first half of the 20th century is a critical period in Korean history
- or more recently the gunboat diplomacy of the Kanghwa treaty (1876).”3 Viewed as a whole, Japan appears as a constant aggressor.
- Japanese Imperialism, 18681945
- 1876: Kanghwa Treaty – gunboat diplomacy to. “open” Korea; unequal treaty imposed on Korea.
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- expedition to Korea which resulted in the Kanghwa Treaty of 1876, the official " opening" of Korea to foreign trade.
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- The Opening of Korea and the Kanghwa Treaty of 1876. Brahm Swaroop Agrawal. Four Japanese: Their Plans for the Expansion of Japan to the.
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- Japan–Korea Treaty of 1876 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Main article: Ganghwa Island incident. The Japanese gunboat Un'yō.
- Kanghwa, Treaty of definition of Kanghwa, Treaty of in the Free
- a treaty concluded between Japan and Korea on Feb. 26, 1876, on the island of Kanghwa (Korea).
- Kicking in the Door
- In Kanghwa City, the Japanese delegation laid its thirteen-article draft treaty before General Sin Hon and Yun Cha-sung.
- [KS] Kanghwa Treaty diplomatic protocol
- [KS] Kanghwa Treaty diplomatic protocol. gkl1 at columbia.edu gkl1 at columbia.
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