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Windward wrote:The man signing armistice pact was him
I'm sure I can find more pictures of him in books and pictorials I've read, but need time.
Nam Il was born on June 5, 1913 in a poor Korean farmer family in Russian far east. He attended Smolensk Military School and a Russian college in Tashkent. He was chief of staff of a Soviet Army division at end of WW2. He died in bed on March 7, 1976. He never been DPRK's deputy primier but foreign minister. His son Nam Jong escaped to China to avoid political persecution in the early 1980s and became famous football drillmaster.
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