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A Study on the Korean Group of KUTV, 1924~25

  • Journal of Humanities
  • 2015, (57), pp.175-207
  • Publisher : Institute for Humanities
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities
  • Received : March 31, 2015
  • Accepted : May 7, 2015

Kim KuKhwa 1

1성균관대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

KUTV (Kommunisticheskii Universitet Trudiashchikhsia Vostoka), an institution founded by Communist International in April 1921, had been taking charge of propagating communism to the young people, not only in colonial, but in semi - colonial states. In this collage, students in the Korean Group, who represented a party, had insisted on the creation of the Korean communist party because that was related with the movement for Joseon. The Korean Group at KUTV had been able to set up policies by creating an integrated communist party. In KUTV, there were many students recommended by various parties, and students had been included in different parties as well. On the other hand, some people could matriculate at KUTV if they were the members of the communist party or received recommendation from it. Due to this privilege, it caused conflicts among students which lead to excommunication on the Korean Group. The Korean Group at KUTV became a space of intense conflicts in the process of determining a policy for the unified communist party. It led to excommunication, and finally, Tuesday communist group(화요파) came to seize power in the Korean Group.

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