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Kim Jong Il's Armored Train - Void Spaces album flac

  • Performer: Kim Jong Il's Armored Train
  • Album: Void Spaces
  • FLAC: 1565 mb | MP3: 1442 mb
  • Released: 2011
  • Style: Noise, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Kim Jong Il's Armored Train - Void Spaces album flac


1 Intro 5:58
2 Smash 7:19
3 Introchaos 3:26
4 Chaos

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Business INsider reports North Korean leader Kim Jong Un traveled on his personal armored train to China to spend his birthday with President Xi Jinping.

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Since the creation of the state, all three North Korean leaders-Kim Il-sung, his son Kim Jong-il and his grandson Kim Jong-un-were known to use high-security private trains as their preferred method of domestic and international travel. Trains have historically been used by many global leaders and royalty, but particularly military leaders, due to their high speed, security and ability to accommodate extensive office and personal facilities within one mobile location.

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Kim Jong Il’s train included one residential carriage, the so-called official HQ carriage, a restaurant, several car-transportation carriages (with two armored Mercedes ), and several carriages for the entourage and staff. The Russian hosts mostly saw the inside of the HQ carriage. It was very comfortable but not luxurious, and was equipped with facilities quite advanced for that time. Otherwise there were no security issues, though in many cases the journey prompted disapproval from the local population and numerous mocking articles in Russian press. The security was, if anything, excessive: many local commuter trains were cancelled before and after the transit of the Kim Jong Il’s train. The timing was not ideal: the North Korean leader’s visit came during peak dacha commuting time, when Russians travel from cities to their country houses, and the trip prompted a lot of criticism as a result.

According to a 2009 report in South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo, Kim Jong Il's train was 90 carriages long and was so heavily armored, it traveled at an average speed of 60 kilometers an hour (about 37 miles mph). Inside Kim Jong Un's train to China.

When Kim's father, Kim Jong Il, used the train, officials would shut down power to other lines so nobody could get in his way. Kim Jong Un waves from his train in China in March 2018. It's not clear whether this was taken as he arrived or departed. Source: The Chosun Ilbo. It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous, next navigation options. 4/. It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous, next navigation options