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North Korean Nightmare

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BC: Bibliography | http://www.northkoreanow.org/ http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/opinon/2012/11/162_118554.html http://civilliberty.about.com/od/internationalhumanrights/p/northkorea101.htm http://www.defense.gov/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=118309 http://www.familycare-foundation.org/korean-underground-railroad.html | 8

FC: An eBook about oppression in North Korea. By Ben Douglass | North Korean Nightmare

1: Table of Contents Awareness page 2 Underground Railroad page 4 How to Help page 6 Bibliography page 8 | 1

2: Awareness | After Korea split into two countries, South Korea became a developed country and North Korea became an undeveloped country. | Today, North Korea is one of the worst oppression cases in the world. | 2 | North Korea was ranked the world's number one most corrupt country and the fifth least peaceful country, ranking 149th.

3: Citizens are not given freedom because they are ruled by a cruel dictator. | Under the rule of Kim Jong-il, the North Koreans have to struggle for survival. | More than 3 million people have died in North Korea. Starvation, disease, executions, torture, and forced labor camps are common causes of death. | 3

4: Underground Railroad | To escape the dictatorship and difficult life in North Korea, some brave citizens try to escape into China. Though the Chinese send many refugees back to North Korea who end up being killed or terribly punished, some of them make it to other countries that accept North Korean refugees. An estimated 300,000 North Koreans have successfully escaped into China. | 4

5: Citizens attempting to escape. | A map of the underground railroad. North Koreans travel through China to reach other countries. | 5

6: 6 | North Korea is on of the most secretive, secluded countries in the world. Because of this, there is nothing you can do directly to help, but you can donate to organizations that help in other ways, such as helping refugees who successfully escaped, having teams sneak into the country in disguise, or providing information to North Korean citizens via radio. | How to Help

7: Human Rights Organizations for North Korea | 1. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea. 2. Citizens' Alliance for North Korean Human Rights 3. Fighters for Free North Korea 4. Free North Korea Radio 5. Life funds for North Korean Refugees | 7

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  • An eBook about oppression in North Korea.
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