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  • 날짜1951년 9월 5일
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Excerpt form Mr. Dulle's statement at San Francisco Peace Conference on Japan, September 5, 1951
 


Korea

Article 21 makes special provision for Korea. the Republic of Korea will not sign the Treaty of Peace only because Korea was never at war with Japan. It tra ically lost its independence long before this war began, and did not regain independence of Japan until after Japan surrendered. Many individual Koreans steadfastly fought Japan. But they were individuals, not recognized governments.
Nevertheless, Korea has a special claim on Allied consideration, the more so as it has not yet proved possible for the Allies to achieve their goal of a Korea which is free and independent. Korea is, unhappily, only half free and only half independent; and even that fractional freedom and independence has been cruelly mangled and menaced by armed aggression from the North.
Most of the Allied Powers have been seeking to make good their promise of freedom and independence and, as members of the United Nations, to suppress the aggression of which Korea is the victim. By this Treaty, the Allies will obtain for Korea Japan's formal recognition of Korea's independence, and Japan's consent to the vesting in the Republic of Korea, of the very considerable Japanese property in Korea. Korea will also be placed on a parity with the Allied Powers as regards post-war trading, maritime, fishing and other commercial arrangements. Thus the Treaty, in many ways, treats Korea like an Allied Power.

 
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Korea , the Republic of Korea , Korea , Japan , Japan , Japan , Japan , Korea , Korea , Korea , the North , Korea , Korea , the Republic of Korea , Korea , Korea , Korea
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Most of the Allied Powers , the United Nations , the Allied Powers
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Treaty of Peace

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