Aproximately 1,789,000 US Servicemen served in the Korean War.
15 countries from the UN sent troops into Korea.
The troops were not sent in the Korean war
Around 1,500,000 troops total.
Between active, paramilitary and reserve troops, there are about 9,495,000 people in the North Korean military.
In total about 480,000 Americans served in the Korean War.
None, zero, zip. No Russian troops were in the Korean War.
See the list on the website: Korean War
there was an estimated 7 million soldiers that died during the korean war, and 3 million civilians.
THE U.S. SENT THE AMOUNT OF TROOPS THAT CAME BACK FROM WORLD WAR 11
Because the UN sent many troops to defend South Korea and Australia is part of the U.N. but it was mostly U.S. troops
Truman was Commander in Chief during the Korean War.
See list on website: Korean War
Over 33,000 US Servicemen died in Korea.
Many Korean troops tried to eacape into Germany after the Korean war (25th June 1950) Both Koerans and German's joined forces to create a new army.
Many battles were fought by Chinese and U.S. troops rather than Korean forces.
Many of the troops who supported North Korea were Chinese, while many of the troops who fought for South Korea were American.
The Korean war had a very profound impact on the US. It cost a little over two billion dollars in supplies for the troops and it cost 54,291 in American lives. General Douglas MacArthur was a household name at the peak of the Korean war because of his services in WWII but when he was removed from the US army by Truman for attempting to wage all out war on North Korea and the Soviet Union, many people in the US and even the UK were outraged.
To help pay back the US for it's WW2 debt.
USO had live performances for overseas troops during World War II, in which many Hollywood actors and actresses joined. This helped boost the morale of the troops.
Look at the list of the United Nations; the UN fought there.
Many momuments were set up all around the world to commemomorate those who died. they saved the lives the many south Koreans, and they won the Korean war. if they hadn't south Korea would be communist to this day.
Connecticut's primary role in the Revolutionary War was in providing troops and supplies for battles fought elsewhere.In fact, Connecticut provided so many supplies that it became known as the bread basket of the Revolution.
Presidents in both parties continued to send troops and supplies to fight in Vietnam because they feared the spreading of communism. Many of them also remembered Hitler from Germany and the atrocities that he committed.
Two. They participated in the Korean War (obviously) and they sent a few troops to support the Viet Cong side in the Vietnam War.
100,00o troops.......What would you do with that many troops?