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Was America successful in the Korean War?

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It was successful in containing communism, but not successful in achieving their goal of eliminating it entirely.

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The US was the primary combatant of the Korean War.

The communists were stopped (at the 38th parallel).

To stop the spread of communism

after 6.25 war, they became North and South korea. the china helped north korea in the war, and the america and u.n helped south korea in the war

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We had stopped communism in it's tracks!

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Eisenhower was the one that made a campaign promise to find a way to end the Korean War if elected. He was actually successful in fulfilling this promise soon after he was elected.

America was part of the United Nations. The United Nations were helping South Korea.

It was on the Korean Peninsula. That's why it is called the Korean War.

The Vietnam War was the second "hot" battle of the cold war. The Korean War was the first "hot" battle.

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Do you mean the Korean War? The war was fought in the Korean Peninsula from 1950-1953. It was a war between the Republic of Korea (supported primarily by the United States of America and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

The Korean War was followed by the Vietnam War.

The war of the Korean lol

The Korean War was fought to a stalemate.

length of the Korean war?

The Korean War began on June 25, 1950 and ended in July 1953. At the end of the war it is said to have cost the United States of America sixty-seven billion dollars to have financed the war.

The Korean War began (25 June 1950 - 27 July 1953 it was a war between the Republic of Korea supported primarily by the United States of America,

See Korean War Facts or Korean War Educator

See Korean War Facts or Korean War Educator.


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