“The essence of imperialism has always been devoid of humanity!”, from end of 19th century until surrender of Japan in World War II, for half a century, what Japan brought to Asian peoples was a nightmarish existence, especially This is especially true for my countries and South Korea.
Japan's modern colonial rule in South Korea was also cruel and inhumane. It can be said that every page of history of colonial rule of South Korea by Japan is stained with blood.
Ordinary Koreans are just a "wood" in eyes of Japan. Even Korean royalty and nobles are "tool people" who can be kneaded at will in eyes of Japanese rulers.
During 35 years of Korean colonial rule of Japan, even if you were king of Korea, you were poisoned by Japan. There are countless cases of killing Korean nobles.
Among them, life of Deohye, last queen of South Korea, is also a tragedy under Japanese colonial rule. On surface, she is a noble "prince", but in reality, she cannot dominate her own life. fate.
In eyes of Japanese rulers, she is just a "Korean talisman" with some political value. In end, she was forced to leave for Japan. Her life is like a "Chess Game" that Japan can play at will. After all, a young girl in her prime was tortured to point of insane. In fact, there are too many sad rhymes like Lord Dehui!Japanese marriage plot
Master Deohe is most beloved daughter of Korean King Lee Hee. During Japanese colonial rule of Korea, Japanese rule in Korea was called "shameless". To make Korea completely Japanese in terms of culture and blood brother."
In Japan at that timeOn one hand, they allowed young Korean aristocrats and royal families to come to Japan for "more advanced and open education". Thus, "peaceful annexation" of South Korea was carried out.
As beloved daughter of Li Xi, he knew that, judging by "shameless behavior" of Japanese, they would definitely find a Japanese husband for De Hui.
Li Xi knew that once her daughter married a Japanese man, her life would be plunged into darkness. Although office of governor of Japan at that time was very strict towards royal family, Li Xi still tried to arrange a birth husband for Germany. However, Japanese intelligence network in South Korea was too terrible. Got it.
Because of this incident, Japan considered that Li Xi "didn't behave". Soon Li Xi mysteriously "died". Obviously, it was a masterpiece of Japanese. This year, Dehui was only 7 years old. Without her father's protection, Dehui's world is only dark.The princess was forced to be sent to Japan
In 1925, Dehui was forcibly sent to study in Japan, despite strong opposition of Li Ji, last emperor of Korea. After the Meiji Restoration, Japan began its own "thought invasion" strategy.
They allow more young people to study in Japan and then allow Japanese ideas to influence those students studying in Japan. In Japan, they can cultivate more pro-Japanese factions through a series of brainwashing activities.
On one hand, they use special experience of these foreign students and use special means such as money, sex, etc. to force these foreign students to undergo an ideological transformation and then make them their own.
In this case, it will be very useful for future rule of Japan. In fact, this ideological invasion strategy is same in our country and in South Korea.
At that time, many students studying in Japan in our country became pro-Japanese, and even a large number of traitors appeared. History tells us that education from childhood is very terrible, and ideological education in Japan during First and Second World Wars was even worse. This can be seen from fact that there were many Korean soldiers in Japanese army during Japanese Resistance War.
Japan's reason for allowing 13-year-old Dehui to study in Japan is to make her a qualified "Japan-DPRK Friendship Participant" within Japanese education.
At end of April 1925, Dehui arrived in Tokyo. According to Dehui's Japanese sister-in-law, 13-year-old Dehui is like a girl who has lost her youthful vibe and her eyes have completely lost their light.
It seems that in her eyes she no longer sees a drop of her love for this world. Clearly, her father's death hit her hard, and Japan's brutal rule over South Korea also caused 13-year-old girl to lose hope in life.Dehui is severely depressed
Over next few years, older brother and mother passed away one by one. Maybe Dehui only believes in his family at moment. So, after family members passed away one by one, she suddenly became "an empty person who lost her soul".
After her mother's funeral, she stopped talking, became indifferent, and her eyes were full of emptiness. Even when her brother and sister-in-law asked her to speak to her, she didn't say a word. Its symptoms can be described in words of modern psychology. It is actually a major depressive disorder.
At a later stage, it was even so serious that he did not eat or drink, and knew only that he would remain in room in a daze and be dumb. In 1930, a doctor told Dehui's older brother Li Ying that it was "strongly" "early dementia."
When Dehui was in such a bad condition, inhuman Japanese rulers still wouldn't let her go. The unique "Korean Princess" label on her body seemed to Japanese rulers key to ruling Korea. Golden sign.
In their eyes, even if she's become a fool, she's still a valuable fool. Therefore, even if Dehui's fortune was too dangerous to be stimulated, Japan still cruelly allowed her to play last value - marriage to Japanese nobles.
Dehui's condition initially improved after recuperating at her brother's villa, but when she learned she was going to marry a Japanese man, her condition worsened again. Thus, Dehui, who was very mentally ill, insisted that he be forced to marry in Japan.
This political marriage was destined to be an unhappy one. During this period, ruler of Dehui also fell ill many times. Even her daughter decided to commit suicide in 1956 because of her parents' unhappy marriage.
Although there is not much historical evidence to support Lord Dehui's married life, it can be assumed that for a quasi-psychotic patient with unstable emotions and moody states, her Japanese husband is likely not to treat her too well and with attitude of Japanese aristocrats according to towards Koreans, they basically consider them "inferior people" How can such a marriage be happy?
Dehuiwenzhu's mental problems, even after undergoing various treatments after war, did not improve much. She did not become a "normal and healthy person" until her death. It must be said that Lord Dehui's life was ruined by Japan.
If South Korea had not become a Japanese colony, Ruler Deohye would have had a carefree childhood, she would have had an "equal marriage", and her life would have ended in a happy ending.
However,Japanese army's brutal rule ended all her happy life stories, and Japanese army's dehumanization also caused her to spend her entire life in torment, and she was even imprisoned due to mental illness all time!