Yun Chi-ho

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Yun Chi-ho

Da Yun Chi-ho(koreanisch: 윤치호 尹致昊; * 26. Dezemba 1864 z Asan, Sidkorea; † 9. Dezemba 1945 z Seoul Sidkorea) wor a koreanischa Politika, Widastandsaktivist, Philosoph und Journalist.[1] Sei Spitznama wor Jwaong (좌옹 佐翁).

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  • Bishop, Donald M. "A Korean at Oxford." The Emory Magazine, Vol. 52, No. 3, 1976.
  • Caprio, Mark (2007). "Loyal Patriot? Traitorous Collaborator? The Yun Ch'iho Diaries and the Question of National Loyalty." Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, Volume 7, Number 3.
  • Chung, Henry. (1921). The Case of Korea; a Collection of Evidence on the Japanese Domination of Korea, and on the Development of the Korea Independence Movement. London: G. Allen & Unwin. OCLC 13718826
  • Garrison, Webb. "Indomitable Baron Yun: An Emory Immortal," Emory University Quarterly, December 1952.
  • Loftus, Mary J. "A Search for Truth; Yun Chi-Ho's Legacy is Rediscovered by his Great-granddaughter," Emory Magazine, Vol 80, No. 1, Spring 2004).
  • Wells, Kenneth M. (1991). New God, New nation: Protestants and Self-Reconstruction Nationalism in Korea, 1896-1937. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 10-ISABN 0824813383/13-ISBN 9780824813383; OCLC 216760168

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