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The death of the dictator celebrated with customary pomp
"The death of the dictator celebrated with customary pomp"

"In the biting cold lined thousands of north koreans up to celebrate the day of The shining star – the late dictator Kim Jong-Il's birthday, and now national holiday."

"According to the official north Korean narrative is the birth of Kim Jong-Il on 16 February 1942 in a snow-covered hut in a secret camp on mount Paektu, where his father fought against the japanese occupiers. At the same time blazed a bright star and several rainbows in the sky over the sacred mountain."

"Historians outside the country's borders tend to mirror, refer to the official soviet sources say that he was born a year earlier in a course gerillaläger where the father led the fight against Japan's colonization of the Korean peninsula."

"Regardless of which version of history you prefer is usually the day is celebrated with konståkningsuppvisningar, flower arrangements and hyllningstal in statsmedierna."

"the Driver Kim Chol-Jun, was one of thousands who gathered at the large monument of Kim Jong-Il and his father Kim Il-Sung in Pyongyang to show their respect for them and for the current leader."

"– No sons or daughters are tired when they visit their parents. The great leaders are like our own parents so I am here to bow to them together with my sons."

"Kim Jong-Il died in 2011, but his remains are left next to the Kim Il-Sung's embalmed body in a mausoleum Kumsusan palace in Pyongyang. Officially, he is still the eternal general secretary of the north Korean workers ' party."

"Kimdynastin have guided the north Korean part of the Korean peninsula since 1948."

"The first ruler, Kim Il-Sung was born in 1912 in the then Japan controlled part of Korea."

"Kim participated in the resistance against Japan in the early 1930s. Japan surrendered in 1945. Kim was elected provisional president with communist support."

"Kim Il-Sung died in 1994 and was replaced by his son Kim Jong-Il."

"Kim Jong-Il was born in 1941 or 1942, and had at least four children with three different women."

"Kim Jong-Il died on 17 december 2011 and will be succeeded by his youngest son, Kim Jong-Un."

"Kim Jong-Un is believed to be born in 1982,1983, or 1984."

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