Kim Jong-il bibliography

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Kim Jong-il (16 February 1941/1942 – 17 December 2011) was the Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), commonly referred to as North Korea, from 1994 to 2011.

This is a Kim Jong-il bibliography. It includes articles, books, letters, a motion picture, talks and speeches.


Year Title Notes
1970 Let us create more revolutionary films based on socialist life [1]
1973 On the Art of the Cinema
1981 On further improving party ideological work [2]
1983 Let us advance under the banner of Marxism-Leninism and the Juche idea [3]
1984 On further improving the work of the trade unions [4]
1985 On the further improvement of the health service [5]
1986 Let us step up the three-revolution red flag movement [6]
1986 Life and literature [7]
1987 On establishing the Juche outlook on the revolution [8]
1987 The cinema and directing [9]
1988 The present times and the tasks facing young people [10]
1990 On having a correct viewpoint and understanding of the Juche philosophy [11]
1990 On some problems of the ideological foundation of socialism [12]
1990 Socialism of our country is a socialism of our style as the embodiment of the Juche Idea [13]
1992 Socialism is the life of our people [14]
1993 Abuses of socialism are intolerable [15]
1994 Socialism is a science [16]
1995 Giving priority to ideological work is essential for accomplishing socialism [17]
1995 The Worker's Party of Korea is the party of the great leader comrade Kim Il Sung [18]
1996 Respecting the forerunners of the revolution is a noble moral obligation of revolutionaries [19]
1996 The Juche philosophy is an original revolutionary philosophy [20]
1996 Let us exalt the brilliance of Comrade Kim Il Sung's idea on the Youth Movement and the achievements made under his leadership [21]
1997 On preserving the Juche character and national character of the revolution and construction [22]
1997 Let us carry out the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung's instructions for national reunification [23]

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