70 years have passed, but the brutal crimes committed against the Korean people by the U.S. will never be covered up nor forgotten.
Tales of past Korean military leaders, brilliant scientists, and wonderful creators of culture.
A thorough review of Chairman Kim Jong Un’s revolutionary activities across the nation in Juche 107 (2018).
Book details history of the hostile U.S. policies towards the DPRK from 1945 to 2013, and Korea’s hard fought struggle for their rights to independence and self-development.
Various reports on the activities of Juche Idea Study Groups around the world including international meetings in the DPRK.
A significant book detailing the proud revolutionary history of the DPRK, the hardships and struggles overcome over the course of the Korean revolution from the founding of their Republic to events sparking international attention today.
A collection of stories from veterans of the Fatherland Liberation War of their dedicated service during the bloody war forced upon Korea by the U.S. imperialists in 1950 that they victoriously repelled ending in 1953.
This 1976 analysis by Ellen Brun and Jacques Hersh is a must read for those wishing to gain an in-depth knowledge of the DPRK’s economic structure and development.
A fantastic summary of information related to the politics, history, geography, culture, and various other aspects of the DPRK. A great place to start if you are wanting to learn more about Korea.
This book explores the division of the Korean peninsula, the role of the United States, and the DPRK’s firm resolve towards reunification.
This book provides context for the campaign of US global hegemony under the veil of counter-terroism and the US imperialist strategy.