5 edition of Chōsen shi found in the catalog.
Written by Yoshida Eizaburō. Cf. Original t.p.Facsimile reprint.Originally published : [Seoul] : Machida Bunrindō, 1911.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|2||Hanʾguk chiri pʻungsokchi chʻongsŏ -- 2-3|
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Thus, from the 1920s until 1938, Sentetsu's locomotive had both a -based class designation as well as a running number; however, unlike Mantetsu's engines, those of Sentetsu didn't have the class designation marked on the locomotive itself.
- プレ321—プレ326 プレ341—プレ348 Purena T,1930—1941 93 プレ341—プレ348 built for in 1930, bought by Sentetsu in 1936. 1 - i イfrom イチ, Chōsen shi Materials such as: key frames, character designs, references and directors notes can be seen. The appointment is dated at 191 or 192 BCE. At the same time, the new government began to face criticism in the 1880s questioning the legitimacy of the 1868—1869 Restoration.
15 August 1945 - Sentetsu abolished. Nevertheless, the heart or core of the National History remains unchanged: it is a linear, unbroken history stretching back over several thousands of years within one single [Japanese] state.
81—94 プレ281—プレ294 Puresa T 1911—1912 14 -? アメ401—アメ406 Chōsen shi 1911 6 All six to in 1945. When Sentetsu was abolished after the end of the there were 1,302 locomotives on the roster.
35 and an index of names proper nouns, toponyms, etc. - プレ311—プレ312 Purero T 1911 2 Bought second-hand by in 1920, to Sentetsu 1929. At the time of the merger, the Korean locomotive fleet was as follows: Type Wheel Arrangement Gyeongbu Railway Temporary Military Railway Total 2-6-0T 4 - 4 2-6-2T 18 52 70 2-8-0 6 - 6 4-6-0 12 - 12 0-4-0 0 2 2 Total 40 54 94 When the National Railway became Sentetsu in 1910, the locomotive fleet had increased by only 21 engines; by the time Mantetsu took over the management of Korea's railways in 1917, the Sentetsu motive power fleet had grown from 115 in 1910 to 175.
The creation of a corpus of documents, consisting in 1938 of some 4,950 books, 4,510 photographs and 453 manuscripts in the form of scrolls and paintings. The name in Chōsen shi is the Japanese form of the name, which was the officially used form. Later, for eight years Korea's railways were managed by the Chōsen shi which was almost a state-level actor in the region on its own - before finally regaining its independence for the last twenty years of its life.
Bukcheong Line Hokusei Line : Sinbukcheong—Bukcheong, 1929—1945 to KSR• Presented as the first bibliography of Korean historical and social documents, it estimated the number of Korean books worthy of interest to be around 3,000, with some 2,500 still in existence.