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Japanese Colonialism in Korea North and South Korea are nations that while filled with contempt for Japan have used the foundations that Japan laid during the colonial period to further industrialization Japans colonization of Korea is critical in understanding what enabled Korea to industrialize in the period since 1961 Japans program of colonial industrialization is unique in the world Japan was the only colonizer to locate various heavy industry is in its colonies By 1945 the industrial plants in Korea accounted for about a quarter of Japans industrial base Japans colonization of Korea was therefore much more comparable to the relationship between England and Ireland then that of European colonization of Asia or Africa Japans push to create colonial industry lead Japan to build a vast network of railroads ports and a system of hydro-electric dams and heavy industrial plants around the Yalu River in what is now North Korea The Japanese to facilitate and manage the industrialization of a colony also put in place a strong central government Although Japans colonial industrialism in Korea was aimed at advancing Japanese policies and goals and not those of the Korean populace colonization left Korea with distinct advantages over other developing countries at the end of World War Two Korea was left with a base for industrializing a high level of literacy experience with modern commerce and close ties to Japan Japans colonial heavy industrial plants were located primarily around the Yalu River in North Korea Because of this the North had an edge in industrialization For many years the North had the fastest growth rates of the communist countries and its cities were on par with those of Eastern Europe It was not
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