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How did the Koreans in the Korean War have a conflict?

  Communist North Korea wanted to re-unite with it's NON-Communist relative in the South (South Korea). In June 1950, NORTH Korean Forces invaded SOUTH Korea, in an attemp (MORE)

About the Korean war?

At the end of World War II, Japan surrendered Korea to the Allies. The country was then divided into two parts, North Korea and South Korea. The United States withdrew its tro (MORE)

What is the Korean War?

  Answer   a war that erupted in 1950 when North Korea, controlled by a communist government, attacked non-communist South Korea. The US came to the aid of South Kor (MORE)

Is Korean War a proxy war?

    Yes, the Soviets were using North Korean troops to invade South Korea. In return for fighting for the Soviet Union, the North Koreans received war equipment and su (MORE)

What did the northern Koreans do to the South Koreans in the Korean War?

It is not a matter of what the North Koreans did to the South Koreans. The Korean war was sparked because of political differences between two political agendas: Communism and (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

Was the Korean war a declared war?

The Korean War was a war between North and South Korea. South Korea begged for help from the United States. They came to their aid in the conflict. The US never declared war o (MORE)
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What did the Korean War have to do with the cold war?

The Korean war was part of the Cold War do to its conflict over what type of government the country should have. This was very impotent to both the USA and the USSR because bo (MORE)

Who was in charge of the south Koreans in the Korean War?

Syngman Rhee. Rhee had originally been an opponent of Japanese occupation in Korea (from 1910 to 1945). He had lived in exile in the United States for many years and studied a (MORE)