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Syngman Rhee


1st president of Southern Korea who served 3 conditions from 1948 to 1960. He notably led his nation through perilous Cool Battle years. He campaigned for Korean self-reliance from Japanese guideline in the comparative protection of Hawaii, and was backed in leading South Korea due to his familiarity to worldwide leaders. As chief executive, he allowed himself nearly dictatorial forces, and defied actually the US through the Korean Battle; by his third term her grew unpopular and was exiled. He was created in Hwanghae Province, Kingdom of Korea. He was popular to Chief executive Theodore Roosevelt from the first 1900s, when he campaigned to really have the U.S. intervene to safeguard his country’s sovereignty.

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Full Name Syngman Rhee
Date Of Birth March 26, 1875
Died July 19, 1965, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Place Of Birth Pyongyang, North Korea
Profession World Leader
Education Princeton University, Harvard University, George Washington University
Nationality South Korean
Spouse Franziska Donner, Seungseon Park
Children Rhee In-soo
Parents Rhee Kyong-sun
Star Sign Aries

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See It Now1953TV Series documentaryHimself - - Guest

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The Korean War: Fire and Ice1999TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Cold War1998TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
The Fifties1997TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself (with MacArthur) (uncredited)
Our Time in Hell: The Korean War1997TV Movie documentaryHimself

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