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Horoscope of North Korea
Jupiter = 021
Saturn = 021
Pluto = 120
Mercury = 121
Neptune = 121
Sun = 141
Venus = 210
Moon = 212
Uranus = 300
Mars = 301
Node = non-Transcendental (310)
North Korea: The
creation of North Korea, 1945
Primary Transcendental Jupiter, Secondary Transcendental
Saturn, Tertiary Transcendental Pluto.
Aug 10, 1945
00.00.00 AM EDT (+04)
Asc: 18Ta13; Mc: 29Cp06
Library of Congress Country Studies (on-line);
see below, "At a midnight meeting...," etc.
Additional information: "The United States
took the initiative in big power deliberations on Korea during World
War II, suggesting a multilateral trusteeship for postwar Korea to
the British in March 1943, and to the Soviet leaders at the end of
the same year. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, concerned about the
disposition of enemy-held colonial territories and aware of colonial
demands for independence, sought a gradualist, tutelary policy of
preparing former colonials--such as the Koreans--for self-government
and independence. At the Cairo Conference in December 1943, the Allies,
under United States urging, declared that after Japan was defeated
Korea would become independent "in due course," a phrase
consistent with Roosevelt's ideas. At about the same time, planners
in the United States Department of State reversed the traditional
United States policy of noninvolvement in Korea by defining the security
of the peninsula as important to the security of the postwar Pacific,
which was, in turn, very important to American security.
"At a midnight meeting in Washington
on August 10 and 11, 1945, War Department officials, including John
J. McCloy and Dean Rusk, decided to make the thirty-eighth parallel
the dividing line between the Soviet and United States zones in Korea.
Neither the Soviet forces nor the Koreans were consulted. As a result,
when 25,000 American soldiers occupied southern Korea in early September
1945, they found themselves up against a strong Korean impulse for
independence and for thorough reform of colonial legacies. By and
large, Koreans wished to solve their problems themselves and resented
any inference that they were not ready for self-government."
The Library of Congress Country Studies (on-line), "North Korea:
THE NATIONAL DIVISION AND THE ORIGINS OF THE DPRK."
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