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Emperor Sunjong of Korea, Crown Prince Yoshihito of Japan, and others, Korea, 1907Emperor Sunjong of Korea, Prince Imperial Yeong of Korea, and Crown Prince Yoshihito (future Emperor Taisho) of Japan in Korea, 1907Portrait of Prince Imperial Yeong Yi Un of Korea, late 1907Prince Ito Hirobumi of Japan and Prince Imperial Yeong Yi Un of Korea, late 1907
Emperor Sunjong of Korea, Crown Prince Yoshihito of Japan, and others, Korea, 1907Emperor Sunjong of Korea, Prince Imperial Yeong of Korea, and Crown Prince Yoshihito (future Emperor Taisho) of Japan in Korea, 1907Portrait of Prince Imperial Yeong Yi Un of Korea, late 1907Prince Ito Hirobumi of Japan and Prince Imperial Yeong Yi Un of Korea, late 1907
Korean royal family at Deoksugung, Keijo (now Seoul), Japanese-occupied Korea, 20 Jan 1918; left to right: Crown Prince Yi Un, Emperor Sunjong, former King Gojong, Empress Sunjeong, Princess DeokhyePrince Yi U at Namdaemun Station, Keijo (now Seoul), Japanese-occupied Korea, 5 Jul 1922Portrait of Japanese and Korean princes and princesses, 1920sDome of the General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926
Korean royal family at Deoksugung, Keijo (now Seoul), Japanese-occupied Korea, 20 Jan 1918; left to right: Crown Prince Yi Un, Emperor Sunjong, former King Gojong, Empress Sunjeong, Princess DeokhyePrince Yi U at Namdaemun Station, Keijo (now Seoul), Japanese-occupied Korea, 5 Jul 1922Portrait of Japanese and Korean princes and princesses, 1920sDome of the General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926
Interior of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926, photo 1 of 2Interior of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926, photo 2 of 2Interior of the dome of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926View of the southeastern corner of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926
Interior of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926, photo 1 of 2Interior of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926, photo 2 of 2Interior of the dome of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926View of the southeastern corner of General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1926
General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1929General Government Building as viewed on Kokamon-Dori (now Sejongno) road, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, circa 1930sPortrait of Crown Prince Yi Un of Korea, circa 1932Students of Soongsil Middle School Chung Il-kwon (seated), Jang Jun-ha (left), Moon Ik-hwan (center), and Yun Dong-ju (right), 1935 or 1936
General Government Building, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, 1929General Government Building as viewed on Kokamon-Dori (now Sejongno) road, Keijo (now Seoul), Korea, circa 1930sPortrait of Crown Prince Yi Un of Korea, circa 1932Students of Soongsil Middle School Chung Il-kwon (seated), Jang Jun-ha (left), Moon Ik-hwan (center), and Yun Dong-ju (right), 1935 or 1936
Military policemen in Japanese-occupied Korea, circa 1930s-1940sA6M Zero fighters of Japanese Navy Genzan Air Group at Genzan (now Wonsan), Korea, 1940-1941Portrait of Kiyoharu Kawada (born Roh Yong-U), student of Keijo University in Keijo (Gyeongseong, now Seoul), occupied Korea, circa early 1940sCelebration of Japanese victory in Singapore, Keijo (Gyeongseong, now Seoul), occupied Korea, Feb 1942
Military policemen in Japanese-occupied Korea, circa 1930s-1940sA6M Zero fighters of Japanese Navy Genzan Air Group at Genzan (now Wonsan), Korea, 1940-1941Portrait of Kiyoharu Kawada (born Roh Yong-U), student of Keijo University in Keijo (Gyeongseong, now Seoul), occupied Korea, circa early 1940sCelebration of Japanese victory in Singapore, Keijo (Gyeongseong, now Seoul), occupied Korea, Feb 1942

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