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Korean War

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Tavin Nguyen

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Korean War

The Korean War
June 1950-July 1953 June 25th, 1950, North Korea invaded South Korea. In some people's opinion, the Korean War wasn't a war, but the United Nations's ''police action'' toward Korea. Nobody expected the war to continue for more than three years. North Korea had a fast moving army and was hard to defeat. North Korea was Communist Sept-Nov 1950, UN Armies pushed through North Korea South Korea was fighting for their independence, and against communism. China and the Soviet Union intervened and fought for North Korea. UN Armies were pushed back midway into South Korea. Mid 1951, Negotiations began in hopes that an early truce can be made. Yet this took two more frustrating years of fighting and constant U.S. Naval support for South Korea. July 27th, 1953, with a new leader (Nikita Khrushchev) in the USSR, negotiations concluded and fighting ended. South Korea won and formed its own independent democracy.
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