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The ''Kim dynasty'' is the dictatorial ruling family of [[North Korea]] since 1948. It has developed their own political philosophy called [[Juche]], a stalinist form of [[Communism]].
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The '''Kim dynasty''' is the dictatorial ruling family of [[North Korea]] since 1948. It has developed their own political philosophy called [[Juche]], a Stalinist form of [[Communism]].
  
 
==De facto leaders of North Korea==
 
==De facto leaders of North Korea==
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| April 15, 1912
 
| April 15, 1912
 
| July 8, 1994
 
| July 8, 1994
| September 1948 - July 8, 1994  
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| September 1948 July 8, 1994  
 
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| [[Kim Jong-il]]
 
| [[Kim Jong-il]]
 
| February 16, 1941
 
| February 16, 1941
 
| December 17, 2011
 
| December 17, 2011
| July 8, 1994 - December 17, 2011
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| July 8, 1994 December 17, 2011
 
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| [[Kim Jong-un]]
 
| [[Kim Jong-un]]
 
| January 8, 1983
 
| January 8, 1983
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| December 17, 2011 - ''present''
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| December 17, 2011 ''present''
 
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Latest revision as of 20:39, 25 July 2018

The Kim dynasty is the dictatorial ruling family of North Korea since 1948. It has developed their own political philosophy called Juche, a Stalinist form of Communism.

De facto leaders of North Korea

Name Born Died Leading mandate
Kim Il-sung April 15, 1912 July 8, 1994 September 1948 – July 8, 1994
Kim Jong-il February 16, 1941 December 17, 2011 July 8, 1994 – December 17, 2011
Kim Jong-un January 8, 1983 December 17, 2011 – present