"The Moon Movement"
Firing Line interview with Jonathan Kaufman, Michael Wells, and Peter Neger
More than five hundred publications and collections document social, political, and economic changes in North and South Korea, dating especially from the Japanese annexation of Korea in 1910 to the Korean War. They include the records of the Japanese legation in Seoul (1894–1910), psychological warfare leaflets distributed by the United Nations during the Korean War, and records of the United States Army Military Government in Korea.
Japanese legation in Korea, 1894–1910
Propaganda aimed at North Korean and Chinese soldiers during the Korean War. Includes translations.
Commandant, United Nations Prisoner of War Command in Korea, 1952
North Korean radio station
US political adviser in Korea, 1946; includes correspondence with Syngman Rhee
Compilation on South Korea and Southeast Asia edited by Kilsoo K. Haan
Printed matter relating to North and South Korea and to the Korean War
Duignan, Peter, ed. The Library of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1985.
Nahm, Andrew C. Japanese Penetration of Korea, 1894-1910: a Checklist of Japanese Archives In the Hoover Institution. Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, 1959.
Palm, Charles, and Dale Reed. Guide to the Hoover Institution Archives. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1980.