Without congress approving MONEY to fight a war; a war cannot be fought.
Yes & Yes.
They had to if they voted to fund it.
Not until after Pearl harbor
See website: Korean War
The Chinese involvement during the Korean War was helping North Korea mainly because it was a communism nation.
Britain sent approximately 62,000 men to the Korean War.
The American involvement of the Korean War was 22 June 1950 through 27 July 1953.
to stop north korean aggression against south korea
Korean Conflict because congress never officially declared war on Korea.
to stop a civil war from happenin
Go to Google.com and type in 'New Zealand in Korean War'. There are many websites dealing with this subject.
The korean 'war', if officially considered a war, as opposed to a 'police action', would predate the vietnam war, which has also been referred to as a 'conflict'. Semantics aside, u.s. 'involvement' in korea predated u.s. 'involvement' in vietnam.
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.
Total support for South Korea.
The Korean War was the FIRST "Hot" battle of the Cold War.
Congress approved funding for the war.
It was never declared a war, merely a 'conflict'or 'police action'
Was rapid and highly effective and was done at the urging of the UN.