Rodong Sinmun on President Kim Il Sung's Exploits for National Liberation

Date: 13/08/2019 | Source: KCNA.co.jp (English) | Read original version at source

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Pyongyang, August 13 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun Tuesday carried an article in praise of the exploits of President Kim Il Sung, who librated the country through 20 year-long anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle, on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of the national liberation.
The wise leadership of the President who achieved the historic cause of national liberation by strengthening the Korean revolutionary forces lies in that he built up a guiding force to lead the anti-Japanese revolutionary war to victory and that he organized the powerful military force and firmly rallied the forces for all-people resistance, the article points out, and goes on:

The President clarified the unique idea on the independence of the country by our own efforts and built our own revolutionary forces in the flames of the anti-Japanese war to accomplish the historic cause of national liberation. This is the one of his exploits to be specially recorded in the history of the revolutionary struggle of the popular masses.

The defeat of the formidable Japanese imperialism was attributable to the wise leadership of the President who put all efforts into the building of our own revolutionary armed forces.

Numerous armed units with different names were organized across the country under his guidance. As a result, the military foundation for all-people resistance was laid and the powerful forces appeared in the enemy rear to carry out combined operations in step with the general offensive operation of the Korean People's Revolutionary Army for the final death-defying battle.

It is the great exploit the President performed on behalf of the country and nation that he blazed a trail in carrying out the national liberation revolution in colonial countries with their own revolutionary forces and won a victory in the anti-Japanese revolution.

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