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Korean War

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Joseph Dunlap

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Korean War

The Korean War North Korean flag South Korean flag United Nations The Korean war started on June 25th, 1950 and ended July 27th, 1953 over 3 million people died The war led to nothing. All it did was prevent communism from spreading to South Korea No nations sent forces to fight in Korean War The Korean war marks the beginning of the Cold war. In 1950 North Korea forces captured Seow. On October 19, the North Korean capital Pyongyang was captured. During the war both North Korea and South Korea were sponsored by external powers. This changed the war from a civil war to a proxy war between powers involved in the larger cold war. The 38th parallel divided was a demilitarized zone between North and South Korea. Russia agreed not to invade the portion of Korea that was bellow the 38th parallel and the U.S. took the northern territory. Korean Troops On July 27th, 1953 a ceasefire stopped the fighting. An armistice was signed between China, North Korea, and The United Nations. However South Korea did not sign it. Korea is split into North Korea(communist) and South Korea(which is non-communist) However, the war never officially ended .
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