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6.04 The Korean War Part 1: The SWBS Chart

United States History V12 (3739)

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Transcript of 6.04 The Korean War Part 1: The SWBS Chart

6.04 The Korean War
Part 1: The SWBS Chart

North Korea
Instructions and Directions
The "Somebody-Wanted-But-So" chart is an excellent way to summarize important information from history. In it, you identify a person or group of people; their goal, need, or want; what conflict of interest stood in the way; and the outcome. This strategy works great because history depends on the needs, wants, and actions of humans. Use the chart to show your understanding of people, countries, and organizations in the Korean War.
To basically make the spread of communism cease
General MacArthur continued to past the 20 mile mark despite the fact that he was told not to by both the United Nations and the President Truman
American 5-Star General Douglas MacArthur
33rd US President Harry S. Truman
The UNF, which is short for the United Nations Forces, was put under the general orders, by American General Douglas MacArthur, to go and invade the North Korean Forces so they can go back into North Korea.
To basically turn Korea's peninsula into a Communist Nation
Both the US and the UN, meaning the United States and the United Nations, stopped them
The Chinese actually joined the war and sided with the Koreans as well as pushing both the United States and the United Nations back to the 38th parallel line
To basically
provoke and
aggravate China
He was commanded
not to pass
the 20 mile mark
He went and crossed
the 20 miles mark anyway,
which is somewhat a
sign that he is not afraid
To discontinue the Soviet development, try to make the war cease, and even to discontinue Communism’s expansion
The Americans decided
that they do not
want to go into combat
The war actually ended like a possible way to end a chess game, and is in a stalemate
Background Music
hat's It All Abo
By: Andy Mineo
um: Formerly Kno
To basically secure a safe zone so that no country could interfere with the refurbishment
China actually organized a well-planned surprise attack, which actually defeated the American troops
China was actually worrying is the United States would probably go into their country if both the United Stated and South Korea were allowed into combat
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
By: "Lew" Sterling Jr.
The United Nations
The United Nations
The United Nations
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