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  • History
    First of all, we must realize that the major significance of any war is that which is felt by the people directly affected. The Korean War, in this sense, is significant because it caused the loss...

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  • History
    There are a number of possible ways to answer this. The answer that you are most likely being asked for is that the Korean War started when North Korea invaded South Korea. This was the immediate...

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  • Korean War
    While it is possible to argue that the United States’ national security was not threatened by the Korean War, it is also possible to argue that it was. To argue that it was, we need to take a...

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  • Korean War
    Unless we really stretch the idea of “starting” the Korean War, the answer to this must be Kim Il Sung, the leader of North Korea. The Korean War started in June of 1950 when North Korea...

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  • Korean War
    By November of 1950, UN troops under Douglas Macarthur had driven the North Koreans out of the South and all the way back to the Yalu River, the North Korean border with China. At this point, China...

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  • Korean War
    The Korean War came about because of the Cold War. It had its origins in the last days of World War II, when the Allies were just about to defeat Japan and were already jockeying for power in the...

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  • Korean War
    There were many steps that helped to cause the Korean War to occur. If you want to go far enough back, you could argue that the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in 1917 was a major cause of the war....

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  • Korean War
    There are at least two ways to look at this question. First, why was there a war at all? The main reason for this was the communists’ desire to expand and the West’s strategy of containing...

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  • Cold War (1945–91)
    There are a number of ways in which this was the case. Let us look at two of the most important. First, this conflict involved a direct confrontation with the Soviet Union. The USSR was the main...

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  • Korean War
    Various Americans had different goals for this war at different points in the war. However, the overall goal was that the United States wanted to push North Korea out of South Korea and restore...

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  • Korean War
    The origins of the Korean War are in the end of World War II and in the Cold War. At the end of WWII, the Soviet Union entered the war against Japan. After the atomic bombs had already been...

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  • Constitution of the United States
    Of these two wars, the simpler case to make is for the Vietnam War. While Congress did not declare war, it clearly gave the president the power to act as he wished in conducting the conflict. It...

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  • Korean War
    Let us look at three major differences between these two wars. First, the Korean War was not a total war. Instead, it was very limited as the two sides were willing to come to a negotiated...

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  • Korean War
    First of all, you should realize that the term "detente" is not typically used in connection to the Korean War. We do not use the term to refer to anything that is the opposite of "brinkmanship."...

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  • Korean War
    This is an accurate statement. The only country involved in this war that truly had an expansionist agenda was North Korea. It is true that some American leaders would have liked to expand, but...

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  • Korean War
    The United States became involved in the Korean War through its membership (and, in reality, leadership) of the United Nations. The intervention was the result of a UN resolution that the Soviet...

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  • Korean War
    The Korean War did not happen until 1950 so the press release during WWII cannot tell us anything about Truman's thinking in Korea. In Korea, his decision not to use the bomb had to do with the...

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  • Korean War
    TEN FACTS ABOUT THE KOREAN WAR The war began on June 25, 1950 when North Korean (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) troops crossed the 38th Parallel and attacked South Korean (Republic of...

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  • Korean War
    For Korea, of course, the long term significance of this war was that the peninsula remains divided and that there continues to be deep animosity between the two countries. Outside of this, the...

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  • Korean War
    There were at least three important responses by Truman to this war. First, he chose to seek UN intervention rather than simply acting alone. He did this in part to show international support for...

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  • Korean War
    There are two main reasons for this. First, the war ended in a stalemate because of Chinese involvement. The Chinese had a huge army that was able to balance out the UN forces and push them back...

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