Part 1. The secrets of the Independence Army's first modern war, the Battle of Bong-o-dong, are mosinna river, maxim machine gun, and grenade.
The same gun used by the Independence Army is found at the Czech Military And Technical Museum.
It was used by the Czech army during World War I, but how could the Korean Independence Army and the Czech Army use the same weapon?
The Birch Forest in Vladivostok, Russia, in 1918. South Korean independent activists come here for a secret encounter. The man they met was Radola Gye, a young commander of the Czech Army.
Track who Ga'yde was, how the weapons were funded, and how he was moved to the Independence Army base.
Like wolves who protect their families with their lives, the Czech army, which has committed its life to the independence of the country, secures a significant position in the Russian army.
The two-year journey home to the Czech army is revealed 100 years ago inside a trans-Siberian train.
Part 2. The Czech army turned over new weapons, but at the end of World War I, Vladivostok opened the world's largest arms market.
At this time, the Czech armed forces will sell weapons to the South Korean independence forces. How did you raise money to buy weapons?
The Czech army needed the help of japan, a member of the same Allied powers, to return safely to Europe.
However, the Czech military continues to secretly trade with South Korea despite being warned by Japan. What was the reason?
Koreans who were special to Gaida and the Czech army, find out why.
After the end of World War I, the world was regrouped by the sublimity, including Japan.
During his time as army chief of staff in his liberated homeland, Gyda left a memoir about Korea. What is it?
The story of those who changed the course of world history begins through the solidarity of the weak.