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How did the US get involved in the Korean war?


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2016-05-15 00:48:50
2016-05-15 00:48:50

The Korean War was actually a Police Action that involved the United Nations and North Korea. North Korea was Chinese and Russian backed. They invaded South Korea. This argument was the result of the Cold War and the bad feelings from that. Both Countries are really still at war.

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