In 1950 the communist government of which nation attacked South Korea?
North Korea attacked Korea in 1950
No, North Korea is a communist nation.
South Korea was never a communist government; North Korea, however, remains communist.
Towards the end of World War 2 Soviet Russia declared war on Japan and attacked them in Manchuria and Korea. When the war ended Soviet Russia was in control of the northern part of Korea and wished to establish a friendly government there. As Russia was then a communist country it was natural for them to help to establish a communist style government in Korea.
NORTH KOREA has the Communist government.
The United States had a policy in which it would defend any democratic nation (S Korea) if it was attacked by a communist one (N Korea)
North Korea was and remains a communist nation, and in 1950 it invaded the non-communist nation of South Korea. The UN acted to defeat the invasion. South Korea as a result did not become communist.
North Korea has consistently had the same communist government since independence in 1948. Prior to independence, North Korea had never had a communist government before.
North Korea attacked South Korea in the Korean war and Korea has been separated in 2 countries from then! North Korea is a Communist, and South Korea is a anti-communist like North America.
NO. It is North Korea that is Communist. South Korea is a capitalist, liberal democracy.
Yes, Pyongyang is the capital of the communist nation, North Korea.
North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) .
To stop the communist forces from reuniting Korea under a communist government
Yes it has a communist government. Yes, since the end of WW2.
Communist North Korea attacked South Korea in 1950. The US/Allies drove the communist northward, ultimately arriving to an armistice in 1953.
Yes Vietnam is still a communist nation. Along with China, North Korea, Laos, and Cuba
North Korea is currently communist, and has been communist since WWII. It is split from South Korea along the 38th parallel. All of North Korea is Communist. Maybe not the civilians and/or other people living in North Korea, but definitely the government.
Currently, Korea is split into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North KoreaNorth Korea is a unique type of state, properly classified as a DYNASTIC COMMUNIST STATE. This means that the country is a Communist State, but has succession in leadership passing along a dynastic line like a monarchy. Some consider Dynastic Communism to be part of the Absolute Monarchy category, because of the similarities, while others argue that since the leader of a… Read More
South Korea is a free nation; it is not a communist country. It is called the Republic of South Korea.
Korea was the first shooting war, in 1950. The civil war in China had just ended when North Korea attacked South Korea.
North Korea is a communist dictatorship.
North Korea is a communist nation. South Korea is not.
North Korea attempted to reunite Korea in June 1950 under a single communist government.
The Korean was was a battle between North Korea (who were communist) and South Korea (who Were capitalist) both wanting to unify Korea under their own government. Communist North Korea trying to conquer NON-Communist South Korea.
To unite all of Korea under the communist Pyongyang government.
Yes , becuae it has a a communist dictatorship government.
North Korea has always had a communist government. More specifically, it has always had a communist government led by either Kim, Il-Sung, or one of his descendants.
It would either be a communist nation or a non-communist (free) country. Whose going to decide that? They both will!? That's war! And they fought from 1950 to 1953 about it.
Both The North had and still has a communist government. The South had and still has a capitalist government
China, Cuba, and North Korea
They all have COMMUNIST governments, but beside that they are very different. China has a Leninist Communist Dictatorship, Cuba has a Communist Autocracy, and North Korea is a Dynastic Communist State.
Russia (Soviet Union) was the first country to have a communist government. Other countries with communist governments include China, Vietnam, and Korea.
north was communist south was capitalist and north attacked the south
a war that erupted in 1950 when North Korea, controlled by a communist government, attacked non-communist South Korea. The US came to the aid of South Korea. The war expanded as China and the Soviet Union threw their support behind the North Koreans. The commander of the American troops, General Douglas MacArthur, called for the use of atomic bombs against China. ...
stop the spread of communism To prevent the communist North Korean take over of the free nation of South Korea. To prevent South Korea from becoming Communist To prevent North Korea from taking South Korea
It kept Communist Nation, North Korea, from taking over the free democratic state of South Korea. The United Nations also saw the need to stop communist aggression in Korea................
Communist North Korea physically attacked South Korea. They did it because Communist Leader Joseph Stalin (Leader of Russia/Soviet Union) provided the equipment/support and urging to do it.
Communist, they presently are still a communist country
Well, there's China. First response is accurate. A another example is the government of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. This is commonly referred to as North Korea. Although China is run by a communist party, it is a huge nation and has a huge government. Speaking in terms of oligarchy, only elite members of the Party run the government ( to a large extent ) But based on its size, there would be opportunities… Read More
Communist Russia, North Korea, Vietnam, And any other Communist Country. Communism is a military controled Government.
North Korea has been a communist nation for decades. The current head of state is the dictator Kim Jong-un. North Korea and Cuba are odd communist regimes. This is because in the past, it was rare that in a communist state, other leading communists have not taken to having the reins of government be passed down among family members. In Cuba we have the Castro brothers, and in North Korea Jong-un's father was the previous… Read More
The Korean war happened because North Korea wanted South Korea to be combined with them but they haded to be under a communist government , but South Korea doesn't want to be under a communist government so they refuses. So North Korea decided that if South Korea wont join in they well have to attack to make South Korea surrender.
No. It is North Korea that has a Communist Command Economy. South Korea has a free market economy with government regulation (much like the states of the European Union).
In World War II, the U.S.S.R. liberated northern Korea from the Japanese while the U.S. liberated southern Korea. The Soviets installed a communist government on their side, which became North Korea.
I think You mean Korea. China, Cuba, and Russia(Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.) were already Communist. North Korea was already communist and The USA tried to protect South Korea which was being attacked by the Viet Kong(Communist Korean Activists) but left the war.
South Korea, or the Republic of Korea, has a democratic government. North Korea, or Democratic People's Republic of Korea, ironically isn't a democratic state but it has a communist government. Hope this helps :)
China and the USSR
They did not choose to have a communist government. After the end of World War 2, Japan surrendered, and gave up Korea to the allies. this meant Korea was split into two, the North was given to the Soviet Union, and the south to the USA. Because the Soviet Union at the time were communist, they decided to put a communist dictator, Kim Il Sung, in charge.
The COLD WAR was between communism and the free world. Communist North Korea was attacking a free world nation...South Korea.
People's Republic of China.
North Korea wanted to unify itself with South Korea and create one Korea under a Communist government.