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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.
Regional Events
expedition to Korea which resulted in the Kanghwa Treaty of 1876, the official " opening" of Korea to foreign trade.
Hong Yong-shik and the Kaspin Coup: Modernization and
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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).
Japan, the West, and 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 gkl1 at columbia.

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