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Looking for a Father’s Day gift?
Posted by: McQ on Tuesday, June 05, 2007

They don't get any hotter than this:
The book "Great Man and His Friends" (Vols.1 and 2) has been recently brought out by the Kum Song Youth Publishing House.

President Kim Il Sung granted audiences to more than 70,000 foreigners in his lifetime, thus fully showing his admirable disposition as a peerlessly great man.

The book contains some data on the external activities conducted by the President among heads of party and state and public figures of many foreign countries, anecdotes related with them and personal details.

It impressively tells about the great trait of the President who possessed the veteran and seasoned leadership art, noble revolutionary obligation and matchlessly broad magnanimity on the basis of graphic data.

Given in the book is the fact that charmed by his noble character, famous figures of various countries had visited Pyongyang one after another.

The book Vol.1 consists of "1. Peerless Political Veteran", "2. Great Man with Versatile Talents" and "3. Great Human Being" and Vol. 2 "1. The Sun of All People", "2. The Leader of the People" and "3. Great Sage for the Century".
What more can you ask for ... "The Sun of All People?" Riveting.

And if the English version is written in the provocative style above, Dad won't be able to put it down.
 
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