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Update on NK related censorship

I recently visited a professor of history and he had some real copies of North Korean history books circulated inside the country. Thought it might be interesting to share.

I am guessing the books are not illegal for possession if it’s for academic and research purposes.

20140806-184759-67679816.jpgComplete History of Kim Il-sung

20140806-184758-67678906.jpgHistory of Joseon
(note: North Korea refers to them as “Joseon” while South Korea uses “Hanguk”)
Kim Il-sung In the New Century

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Internationally lost since 2000, Emily was born in Seoul, raised in India, and has been living and studying in France, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands since 2014. A translator and interpreter by profession, she enjoys talking and debating just about anything.

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