Category : Post World War II & Dokdo

A Timeline of U.S. Action and Dokdo – Takeshima

Saturday, July 11th, 2009

Post WWII U.S. Policy Toward Dokdo (Takeshima) Through Official Goverment Records The following article was written by American, Mark Lovemo. Currently a teacher at a Minneapolis primary school, he now operates an independent website about Dokdo. Mr Lovemo’s website can be found at this ( link ) Often referred to as “The Original Dokdo Man”, […]

The Japan Peace Treaty & Dokdo

Saturday, July 11th, 2009

Content goes here

Post World War II and Dokdo – Takeshima

Saturday, July 11th, 2009

Allied Command’s Terms of Surrender Determine the Definition of Japanese Territory After WWII, Korea was no longer controlled by the Japanese military and immediately began to excercise authority over the islands by fishing in the region. The issue over ownership of Dokdo began to be area of contention in the treaties that detailed the terms […]