Thewas the first hot war in the cold war.
Because it happened during the cold war.
The Korean War was the most important event in the 1950s as a hot spot in the cold war.
The Korean War was part of the Cold War.
The Korean War (1950-1953) was the first serious clash between the cold war adversaries.
The Korean War was one conflict in the larger Cold War
They came at the same time. The Korean War began the cold war, while the Cold War continued.
The Korean War related to the Cold War because it both had fighting habits.
No, the Korean war was not technically part of the cold war but it was a front for the Americans and the Russians to compete in.
Hot battle of the cold war.
The Korean was was considered the young cold war conflict. It became a part of the cold war when Stalin sent supplies to the Korean area. This involvement coined the name.
Because both events consisted of the Communist world vs the Free world. Its just that the cold war used WORDS and Korea used BULLETS.
The Korean War was one of the larger conflicts of the Cold War, along with the Vietnamese War (which lasted a lot longer).
The cold war was NOT A SHOOTING WAR. Cold war means a stand-off. The Korean War was part of the cold war...a "Hot" battle of the cold war. "Hot" meaning a SHOOTING WAR. The cold war consisted of Communists verses NON-Communists. In the Korean War, the communists TRIED to take over a country by force (South Korea). The Free World (Non-Communists) stopped them.
they were during the cold war
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the Korean war and the cold war
The Chinese Civil War was one significant event that led up to the Korean War. The Korean War lasted from June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953.
The Korean War was the FIRST "Hot" battle of the Cold War. The Cold War began in 1945, which was the dawn of the "Atomic Age."
Korean War, Vietnam War,
The Cold War resulted in the Korean War and the Vietnam War.
Yes, it was the first military conflict of the Cold War.
The Korean War was the FIRST "Hot" battle of the Cold War; a war against communism.
The Korean War was an active conflict while the Cold War was more of a standoff between global powers
The Korean War showed that the West would not tolerate invasions and the expansionist policies of the USSR during the "Cold War" .
There was fighting. Unlike the cold war.