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일본정부의 ‘韓國倂合’ 실행계획 수립 과정

-『구라치 案』과 『아키야마 案』의 비교를 중심으로-

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In May 1910, just before the ‘annexation’ of the Korea, there were three ‘annexation’ drafts of “Kurachi draft,” “Katsura draft” and “Akiyama draft” within the Japan government. Considering the attempts of the United States to enter into Manchuria, the situation of the second Russo-Japanese treaty, and the revision of the Japan’s unequal treaties, the “Kurachi draft” was considered the most realistic from the viewpoint of the Japanese empire. As a result, Terauchi Masatake(寺内正毅) intended to map out the preparation of the ‘annexation’ of Korea on the basis of “Kurachi draft.” Consequently, he organized the secret committee for the ‘annexation’ of Korea, consisting of assorted bureaucrats including Kurachi Tetsukichi(倉知鐵吉) from the relevant ministries. The committee prepared a concrete implementation plan for the ‘annexation’ of Korea and at the same time, it was a space for intra-government communication to resolve conflicting opinions among the ministries. At this time, Kurachi, together with Komatzu Midori(小松綠), was appointed as the chief executives of the committee. The annexation preparation committee reviewed twenty two items to be addressed in the process of ‘annexation’ reflecting the opinions of the ministries on the three ‘annexation’ drafts for about fifteen days. The result was drafting of the detailed implementation plan of the ‘annexation’ of Korea.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 일본정부 내에서 「한국병합 案」의 준비

Ⅲ. 「구라치 案」과 「아키야마 案」의 공통점

Ⅳ. 「구라치 案」과 「아키야마 案」의 차이점

Ⅴ. 「구라치 案」을 중심으로 한 ‘韓國倂合’ 실행계획 수립

Ⅵ. 결론

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