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11.8.08

1951 August: Another letter from You Chan Yang

History of San Francisco Peace Treaty: Part Ten

You Chan Yang submitted their demands again on August 2nd 1951.

August 2, 1951

Your Excellency,


I have the honor to refer Your Excellency to my communication to
you for Jury 19, 1951 with reference to requests by the Korean Government for
the consideration of the Department of State of certain suggestions in
connection with the revised draft of the Japanese Peace Treaty.
Further instructions from my Government enable me to convey to Your Excellency the
following suggestions with respect to the revised Treaty, looking towards their
incorporation in the document:
1.Article 4: Japan renounces property of Japan and its nationals against Korea and
its nationals on or before August nine, Nineteen hundred Forty-One.
Article
9: The MacArthur Line shall remain until such agreements be concluded.
Article 21: And Korea to the benefits of Articles
2,9,12, and 15-a of present Treaty.
Please accept, Excellency, the renewed
assurances of my highest consideration.


YOU CHAN YANG


His Excellency
Dean G. Acheson
Secratary of State
Washington D C

It didn't refer to Dokdo (Liancourt Rocks) but mentioned the MacArthur Line again.

6 comments:

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  2. Could you please point to where this document comes from for me? Is this from Foreign Relations of the United States too?

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  3. Hi cloud,

    I took this letter from here:

    http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Diplomatic_letters_from_ROK_to_US_in_1951

    Unfortunately there was no photo of the original letter attached.

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  4. I attached the photo image of this letter.
    http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Diplomatic_letters_from_ROK_to_US_in_1951#Requests_From_Korea__August_2.2C_1951

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  5. pacifist and けぺ, merci très bien.

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  6. Hi けぺ様

    いつもありがとうございます。
    まだ画像が確認できませんでしたが・・・

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