The US was still recovering from WW2 when Korea erupted. This is part of the reason Korea is known as the "forgotten war", it has been overshadowed by WW2. There was less than 5 years of (peace) time between the Korean War and WW2.
did the american public think that the korean war was woth fighting?
See Korean War Facts or Korean War Educator
The American public reacted with a growing fear to the Civil War in China. They probably felt sad and a little angry over the outcome and the lose of their soldier's lives.
The American general during the korean war was Douglas Mcarthur.
Start with the Korean War website.
over 33,000 deaths during the Korean war.
The public opinion was that the USA should not be involved in a civil war ...
In total about 480,000 Americans served in the Korean War.
Public opinion in which country? Many countries were involved.
The American involvement of the Korean War was 22 June 1950 through 27 July 1953.
we didnt. i never occured. do u not go to school?
Check with the "American War Library" and the "Korean War" website.
it was when a american solider killed korean pople and ORANGE ICECREAM YAY THANKS MOM
The negative results of the Korean War were American and allied casualties, wounded, killed, captured and missing.
Bailey Gillespie has written: 'Korean War remembered' -- subject(s): American Personal narratives, Korean War, 1950-1953, North Korean Prisoners and prisons, Personal narratives, American, Prisoners and prisons, North Korean, Prisoners of war, Veterans
WW2 had just ended 5 years before the Korean war and the American people had little use for another war.
The Korean War (1950-1953) directly influenced US Presidents from (not) invading North Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The invasion of NORTH Korea during the Korean War, led directly to Red China's entrance into the Korean War.
the prresident's authority as comander-in-chief
None, most of the fighting in the Korean War was on land or in the air.
general Will Stevenson
Try the "American War Library."