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Kim, Chŏng-il, 1942-2011

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Personal name headingKim, Chŏng-il, 1942-2011
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Variant(s)Kim, Jong Il, 1942-2011
Kin, Shōnichi, 1942-2011
Chin, Cheng-jih, 1942-2011
Kim, Djeund Il, 1942-2011
Il, Kim Djeung, 1942-2011
Ir, Kim Chen, 1942-2011
Kim, Chen Ir, 1942-2011
金正日, 1942-2011
金 正日, 1942-2011
김 정일, 1942-2011
김정일, 1942-2011
Kaṅʻmʻ, Gyuṃʼī, 1942-2011
Birth date[1940-02-16,1941-02,1942-02-15,1942-02-16]
Death date2011-12-17
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Non-Latin script references reviewed in NACO CJK Funnel References Project.
Found inHis Chosŏn Nodongdang ŭn yŏnggwang sŭrŏun <t'.t> ŭi chŏnt'ong ŭl kyesŭnghan chuch'ehyŏng ŭi hyŏngmyŏngjŏk tang ida, 1982: t.p. (Kim Chŏng-il)
His The Workers' Party of Korea is a Juche-type revolŭtionary party which inherited the glorious tradition of the DIU, 1982: t.p. (Kim Jong Il)
Nihon zenkoku shoshi 83-31975 (Kin Shōnichi)
His Kuan yü chu t'i ssu hsiang, 1982: t.p. (Chin Cheng-jih)
T'ak, C. Kim Djeung Il, le grand dirigeant, 1986- : v. 1, t.p. (Kim Djeund Il)
Pukhan inmyŏng sajŏn, 1981 (Kim Chŏng-il, b. in Soviet Union 2/41)
Pukhan chŏnsŏ, 1945-1980, 1980 (Kim Chŏng-il, b. in Soviet Union 2/16/40)
The true story of Kim Jong-il, 1993: t.p. (Kim Jong-il) p. 7 (b. Vyatsuk, Soviet Union, 2/15/42)
His Ob osnovnykh voprosakh stroitelʹstva revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ionnoĭ partii, 1992: t.p. (Kim Chen Ir)
Maeu t'ŭkpyŏrhan inmul, Kim Chŏng-il, 1996: t.p. (Kim Chŏng-il) p. 220 (b. 2-16-42, Soryŏn-kun Yŏngnae; info. on place and date of his birth may vary)
New York times WWW site, Dec. 19, 2011 (in obituary published Dec. 18: Kim Jong-il; believed to have been born in Siberia in 1941, when his father, Kim Il-sung, was in exile in the Soviet Union, but in North Korea's official accounts, he was born in 1942, in a cabin in a secret camp of anti-Japanese guerrillas his father commanded on Mount Paektu; d. Saturday morning [Dec. 17, 2011], reported to be 69; reclusive dictator who kept North Korea at the edge of starvation and collapse, banished to gulags citizens deemed disloyal, and turned the country into a nuclear weapons state)
Kaṅʻmʻ Gyuṃʼī (suiʹ ma hutʻ) Mrokʻ Kuirīʺyāʺ e* khyacʻ lha cvā so khoṅʻʺ choṅʻʺ krīʺ, 2010: t.p. (Kaṅʻmʻ Gyuṃʼī)