SCAP (Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers) ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA, 1946
SCAP ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS was published based on an official document the 677 clause of SCAPIN which was about separation lands from Japan. (29th, Jan, 1946). According to this map, the lands of separation from Japan include ‘Liancourt Rocks'(Dokdo). Admittedly, Dokdo belongs to the jurisdiction of Korea.
(SamGukZeobyang map-sea near three country, Hayasi Siheyee(Japanese)), 1785)
In this map, All of the islands on the DongHe is colored with same color as Joseon(Korea). It is considered as an essential evidence that the Joseon(Korea) has territorial right of Dokdo. In 1936, authoritative Land Surveying national company published this map. In this map, Dokdo and Ulrengdo was drawn as a part of Joseon(Korea). It is significant meaningful map, because the map issued by authoritative Japanese Organization and it was produced under the Japan’s occupation.
(Joseon SeGyeonJeonDo -the completion map of Joseon (Korea), SoMeGaKiNoBuHuSa (Japanese), 1873)
This map specified Dokdo and Ulrengdo with same color, and drew Dokdo beside of UlZinHun (one of the Province of Joseon). We can apparently see that UlZinHun includes Dokdo, and Dokdo is Korean territory.
Joseon DongHeAn Do (A map of East Seashore of Korea, In 1876)
This map published by Japan’s Navy based on the edited data from revision of “British measure map” and “Russian actual observation map (1857) which is a revision of Russian ship’s measurement (1863, 1854)”. This map specified Dokdo with many different of angles. By specifying Dokdo in detail, Japan expressed their recognized awareness that Dokdo is an island of Korea.
(DeilbonJoseonPaldozinaSamGuk Zoendo-A complete map of Japan and 8 province of Joseon (Korea), Dakeda(Japanese), 1882)
Dekeda drew Dokdo and Ulrengdo near ‘Joseon sea’, and write dawn a name ‘Joseon sea’ for the sea between Joseon and Japan, write down ‘Japan SeoHe(SeoHe means west sea in Korean)’ for the sea around Japan, write down ‘Japan DongHe'(DongHe means west sea in Korean) for the Pacific.
(The map of Dokdo) The Larousse (France famous publish company) published “The world map” in 1959. This map is “The map of the Korea-Japan” in the part of “the world map”. This map is the first map indicating Tokdo(Rers Liancourt) made by foreigner. This is the first use of naming Dokdo from other country, not Japan and Korea. “Rers” is the abbreviated word of “Rochers” meaning The Rocks (island). In this map, ‘Korea’ spelled ‘coree’.