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A Story Of Life After Death: Shot By Youngsters In The Manchurian Mountains

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The author discussed with the Koreans, how, in cooperation with some kindred spirits, we could establish an organization that all our Korean compatriots, who were drifting aimlessly like a flock without shepherd, would be able to rely upon, and how we could protect them. He was coming from a mountain village, which was incredibly remote even for Manchuria, when two or three youngsters joined him, suggesting that they travel together. It happened then One of the youngsters who had followed him suddenly fired a shot He just heard 'bang' and then his blood began to run cold. It was when he heard another 'bang' and he was shot for the second time that he at last began to feel pain. Villagers dressed his wounds with torn up pieces of sackcloth.

Keywords: death; Koreans; villagers; youngsters

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