Japanese Occupation of Korea Photograph: How Japan Took Control of Korea
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation

23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation

Jacob Miller - July 8, 2017

23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
Japanese army disarmed by US forces. fmkorea
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
Japanese troops stationed on the Korean peninsula disarmed by US forces. fmkorea
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
Seoul citizens cheering along with independence fighters from Seodaemun prison along with the liberation. August 15, 1945. fmkorea
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
A crowd of Seoul Station Square and Namdaemunno cheering for the liberation of the country. August 15, 1945. fmkorea
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
Harbor of Jinsen (Inchon), Korea, photographed from a USS Intrepid (CV-11) aircraft, as Allied forces land there to begin the occupation of southern Korea, 8 September 1945. ibiblio
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
1) Vice Admiral Daniel E. Barbey (in front), USN, and Lieutenant General John R. Hodge (middle), U.S. Army, watch Korean occupation landings at Jinsen (Inchon), Korea, from USS Catoctin (AGC-5), 8 September 1945. ibiblio
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
Surrender ceremonies in the Government Building at Keijo (Seoul), Korea, 9 September 1945. The Japanese delegation is on the right side of the table. ibiblio
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
Japanese representatives sign surrender documents, during ceremonies at Seoul, Korea, 9 September 1945. Taken by a USS San Francisco (CA-38) photographer. ibiblio
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
Surrender ceremonies of Japanese Forces in Southern Korea, September 9, 1945. Japanese flag is lowered, U.S. flag is raised. Taken by a USS San Francisco (CA-38) photographer. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the National Archives. ibiblio
23 Photographs of the Japanese Occupation of Korea and the Liberation
The Japanese army leaving Seoul immediately after the surrender signing has not yet been disarmed September 9, 1945. fmkorea

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