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Read and Download Lee Mosol MD MPH book Ancient History of Korea in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TAncient History of Korea. This book was released on 2020-10-29 with total page 249 pages. Book excerpt: Ancient History of Korea. Second Edition is a thesis that Dr. Lee presents to the worldly scholars in every sectors. Though Chinese history has that the legendary Gija () went to Joseon at the end of Shang dynasty(; c. 1046 BC) and came back to the west Zhou within few years, no one has yet confirmed the birth place of Joseon. Korean had used the standard method of studying history, but couldn’t find it. He convinced that Chinese concealed the facts and spread out false information. Korean used a wrong method to find facts concealed by the criminals. He applied a new methodology with a series of syllogism and found out the root. The founding father of the Ancient Korea conducted the epic flood. The mobster killed him and declared the Xia dynasty in the birth place of the Yellow River Civilization. They buried Old Korean History. He presents a new method to study history written under ideographs and defined that History as THE MOTHER OF ALL SCIENCES AND LIBERAL ARTS. He went one step further and emphasizes that not the written records alone, but the Reasoning is the essential element in the forensic science and to study the NEA history.

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Read and Download Homer B Hulbert book The History of Korea in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TThe History of Korea. This book was released on 2021-03-11 with total page 534 pages. Book excerpt: The sources from which the following History of Korea is drawn are almost purely Korean. For ancient and me-dieval history the Tong-sa Kang-yo has been mainly fol-lowed. This is an abstract in nine volumes of the four great ancient histories of the country. The facts here found were verified by reference to the Tong-guk Tong-gam, the most complete of all existing ancient histories of the country. Many other works on history, geography and biography have been consulted, but in the main the narrative in the works mentioned above has been fol-lowed.

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