Dispatch of troops to ‘Kando’(1920) refers to a series of military actions by Japanese troops that, with official approval from the government on October 7, 1920, wiped out the base of an independent army in Gando, destroyed the Korean village, and killed thousands of Koreans. In this paper, the strategy and actual condition of the ‘Kando’ Intervention(1920) were approached in three different ways. First, it took a different approach in terms of the timing of the consideration. While previous studies have overlooked or neglected the Cabinet s move before the approval of the ‘Kando’ Intervention, this paper noted the progress in negotiations with China. The review revealed that the Japanese military worked to the end to draw consultations with China. In other words, securing the cause of approval of a cooperative trove with China was an important strategy as a shield against international criticism of illegal military action. Second, it noted the trend of strategic changes. It said the initial plan before and after the deployment there was often a big difference between the plan. In particular, the Higashi area, which had to deal with Hong Beom-do and Kim Jwa-jin units, had many changes to the extent that additional operational plans had to be drawn up separately, and did not produce any significant results in the initial response operation. Third, the differentiation and visualization of the data used. Previous studies have mainly used editorial materials that do not contain maps. However, the paper helped readers understand the Japanese invasion and the movement of the Korean independence forces by utilizing a self-captured map.
Ⅱ. ‘간도출병’ 공식 승인 전 계획
Ⅲ. ‘간도출병’ 공식 승인 후 토벌실행과정과 실태