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m of th^ W Japanese to set up perhaps^ a "Quisling11 independence government or &$*'&■*su$h contraption;, 1^ Kprea ^s they done,in the Philippines^^ 1 Ad- ? . $. - |afodi on its democratic principles., the ,PToylsiorial Government will, as clearly set J^rfchji^ frbei the '-., very ^ beginning* and co#Sta#tly reiterated,1 within p afte* entering, the homeland: convoke a<lfetional Representative Msetn(bly to adopt a permanent constitution and thereupon to elect a, parmanent official goverhmeiit i Hit of course It Ih almost certain that such a National Representative Ass%toiy Will take the presorit Provisional Constitution ariS1 this ^rbvislon^ fcs-th^ foundation ^pon which to build the, permanent" structtirei ■•• -.-p;- a . ". a-'aAXa . yy . A -■ ax y %^x:: " aa.a :-: ■ •'"■/-; ■-. 7. - Heribo the Kbrearis are* Asking the Uhited* Nations to recognize the Korean Prbvlsi6nBV^o^obrmBh^:iat least-simply as it ia; a pro-' vlsibnal: government.* Su^rrebognltibn nistturaily implied no permanency but a temporary ajid straWgic: or^ 8. The* main obij^bt ctf/thCr K^ |!srhot: reeognitibn; for; recognition1 s sake but the positive e^ta,blish}jient of the necessary official contact with the leading Powers of"the IJnitedNatiorisso that Kpre^h^ can quickly join in the combined effort to defeat the common fascist enemy ;in tho Far E&si and ^br cooperate i^'the postwar planning for the >stal?ii3hment of perfeanent' pearce; in the IPar: East arid1 in the world• 9. wv;B!^^ans without adequate supplies of arms and ammuriitibn: CanriCt sucbessfuiiy carry «c*ut«,aAloxie;battle^ agai^i^ Japari.: The recognition will entitle us: to the lendrleafib aid;wjilch has beeri so far denied us- 10. ^Koreans are .grateful to the Chinese ^oo^intang for the sanctuary and friendly assistance given to the Korean Provisional Govprn^ ment. However, it is not their desire to be dependent on a neighbor for their e^ opportunity , to do. their share of Hghting against^ the"common enemy," Japan, arid they feel they AW ; a , , ; . :< 11. There are two.main reasons mentioned by certain authorities for which the Interested Powers" have^ been hesitant; to recognize the Korean Provisional Government: "the disunity amongtthe Koreans and the lack of agreement among those Powers.11 However, the unification has-been achieved by the Koreans. and the first, cause is entirely removed. As to the agrees the Powers/ we feel that any affihem could make the byerturos and It would be settled Mt once. X 12. Koreans are especially-fit .for the important phase of the war: effort against J$pany Theirpt3?adltional hatred of the Japanese; their understanding Of thev Japanese psychology; theirxwastery of the Japanese language are among many other things which give them a unique position to render an irivalua^ to the United * Nations. ' ••.' /xyy. * \Ay[/* ^':[-y.,/::.:.A 'y : -'':'A'. ..'■ :"■',/.'";. ' .' s "V In the light of these few outstanding facts it is hoped that the\d- Powers will na longer look ^ allTimportant part of the m&hpower-Iforea la c^ hope> tho far-sighted- statesmen of America and England may be the* first to realize these points and be the first to !act arid then 'irifluence others to follow In the path ..-■ of peace and liberty for all.% r f Chungking/ China A-yxy^y .;. .• ,.-a- June 10,, 19l# d\'A ..;<d' i-':A''A..A'-- .A V.''_.; ■ I di^
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m of th^ W Japanese to set up perhaps^ a "Quisling11 independence government or &$*'&■*su$h contraption;, 1^ Kprea ^s they done,in the Philippines^^ 1 Ad- ? . $. - afodi on its democratic principles., the ,PToylsiorial Government will, as clearly set J^rfchji^ frbei the '-., very ^ beginning* and co#Sta#tly reiterated,1 within p afte* entering, the homeland: convoke a|