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Anticommunism in Germany and Korea

  1. Original article

    ‘Make life for communists as difficult as possible’ State-run anticommunism and ‘psychological warfare’ in the early years of the Federal Republic of Germany

    The Ministry for All-German Affairs held a special place among the government departments with a right to define public anticommunist counter-intelligence. At the height of the Cold War it concentrated on adva...

    Stefan Creuzberger

    Asian Journal of German and European Studies 2017 2:9

    Published on: 26 June 2017

  2. Original article

    Anticommunism in Korea and Germany in times of cold War

    Besides several themes related to burning issues on the surface of the current discourses in South Korea, this special issue of the AJGES pays attention to the fundamental problems, which are essential to unde...

    Gyoergy Szell

    Asian Journal of German and European Studies 2017 2:4

    Published on: 4 March 2017

  3. Original article

    The trajectory of anti-communism in South Korea

    This article deals with the historical trajectory of anti-communism in South Korea since 1945. Anti-communism has been working as a powerful ideological and institutional constraint to suppress political oppos...

    Kwang-Yeong Shin

    Asian Journal of German and European Studies 2017 2:3

    Published on: 2 February 2017