Chang Deok-soo

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Chang Deok-soo
Personal details
Born (1894-12-10)December 10, 1894
Chaeryong County, Hwanghae, Joseon Dynasty
Died December 2, 1947(1947-12-02) (aged 52)
Seoul, South Korea
Nationality Korean
Political party Korea Democratic Party
Chang Deok-soo
Hangul 장덕수
Hanja
Revised Romanization Jang Deoksu
McCune–Reischauer Chang Tǒksu
Pen name
Hangul 설산
Hanja
Revised Romanization Seolsan
McCune–Reischauer Sǒlsan

Chang Deok-soo (10 December 1894 – 2 December 1947) was a Korean politician, independence activist, journalist, and political scientist. He was the founder and second head of the Korea Democratic Party from 1945 to 1947.

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  • Doh Jin-Soon (ed.): Kim Koo - Das Tagebuch von Baekbeom. Hamburg: Abera Verlag 2005. ISBN 3-934376-70-3. German version of Baekbeomilji (Journal of Baekbeom).
  • Koo, K. (1997). Baekbeomilji [Journal of Baekbeom]. Seoul, Korea: Dolbaegae. ISBN 89-7199-099-6
  • Yamabe, K. (1966). Japanese Occupation of Korea. Tokyo, Japan: Taihei Shuppan-sha. ISBN 4-8031-2708-5
  • Lee Kyungnam (1980). 雪山 張德秀, Seoul: The Dong-A Ilbo.

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