Title: Liberation of Nations under Communist Tyranny
Has No Title
Stamp Serial#
589 
KPC#
C-348 
MICHEL#
616 
StanGib#
748 
Scott#
606 
Date of Issue
07/01/1968 
Quantity
1,000,000 
Denomination
7 won 
Design
"Liberated People". 
Designer
Maing Do-sun 
Image Area
33mm*23mm 
Perforation
1312 
Sheet Composition
510 
Paper
Granite paper unwatermarked
Printer
Government Printing & Mint Agency of the Repubic of Korea 
Description
The world peace and freedom of mankind are being threatened by the constant invasions of the inhumane Communist imperialism ever since the World War II. The people of many nations were deprived of their freedom and are groaning under the Communist tyranny, including our fellow country-men in the north.

In an effort to mop up such poisonous Communist force from the earth and lend spiritual support and sympathetic concern to these freedom-loving peoples who are struggling for survival and freedom under the brutal Communist rule and at the same time to further inspire the free people with the unswerving thought of anti-communism by exposing to the world the atrocious acts of the Communist and miserable life imposed on the people by their dictatorship, the congress of the United States decided to set the period of three weeks every July as the "Captive Nation`s Weeks," and the weeks dedicated to the movement for liberation of the captive nations under the Communist tyranny, in 1959.

All free nations of the world are called upon to come forth together with their active measures to promote further the anti-communism among their people and their contribution of whatever the possible helps to the cause of these freedom-fighting captive nations during the period. Communism is the common enemy to all free peoples. As for Korean people who are facing the north Korean puppet regime and their ever increasing aggressive acts, this occasion should be made another moment to strengthen further their moral armament and renew their detemination to liberate their fellow country-men from the bloody Communist hands in the north and to achieve eventually the longing desire for the national unification.