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U.S. was involved in the Korean War for three years.

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When did the US get involved with the Korean War?

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Did the US get involved in the Korean War?

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Approximately 1,789,000 US Servicemen served in the Korean War.


Did the U.S. get involved in the Korean War?

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the united states got involved in the Korean war to stop the spread of communsium


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To stop communist aggression.


How many years was US involved in Korean war?

1950 to 1953


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The US was involved in the Korean War as part of the forces sanctioned by?

the United Nations.


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What was the public opinion of The Korean War in the US?

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What were the countries involved in the Korean war and when and why did they get involved?

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There were two major superpowers involved in the Korean War. There were the Chinese supporting the Northern Forces. And the US and United Nations were supporting the Southern Forces.


Where did the US get involved in the Korean War?

The US reinforced the South Koreans and fought northward into North Korea.


Three war US has been involved in science 1800?

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Is the US still involved in the Korean War today?

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Why did China try to become involved in the Korean War?

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Why did the US get involved in the war in Korea?

It was what was culturally a long time ago. Communism was bad. Protecting the weak was good. The South Koreans will never forget the sacrifices that the US and UN nations made during the war. As a Korean, the Korean War Display in DC made me cry.