Was fighting the Korean War worthwhile?
Whether or not fighting the Korean War was worthwhile is a matter of opinion. Many feel it was worth it because the U.S. was fighting communism.
did the american public think that the korean war was woth fighting?
The Korean war began on June 25th, 1950.
The Korean War related to the Cold War because it both had fighting habits.
Because people actually started to physically fight. In the Cold War, no fighting actually broke out. A hotspot has intense fighting; thus the Korean War.
A website on the Korean War might be able to help you out.
See: Korean War-External Links: Facts and texts on the war
There was fighting. Unlike the cold war.
They were fighting over the Korean war
North Korean invading forces
Fighting Communist aggression.
it was probably koreans!
An end to the fighting.
In the Korean War, the fighting took place on the Korean Peninsula. The war was part of a larger competition between the United States and the Soviet Union, known as the Cold War.
No, there was no winner at the end of the Korean War. It ended with a cease-fire. That is, the sides agreed to stop fighting.
None, most of the fighting in the Korean War was on land or in the air.
Koreans can go grow
To prevent the spread of communism.
To stop communist aggression.
to stop the fighting
The US was fighting in the Korean war
It was a tie. They all stopped fighting.
Through out North and South Korea.
It got its name by the South and North Korea fighting and it got turned into a war.
the UK, US and Australia against north Korea
North Korea, China and a few Russians.
The Armistice was signed on 27 July 1953.
the North remained controlled by Communists
Yes, British troops did engage in the fighting.
The Korean war is not really over. While the fighting ended, the war officially never has because no peace treaty has been signed. That would be 60 years as of 2010. The actual fighting however only lasted 3 years and 1 month.
The Korean War is sometimes called the Korean Conflict, because the Congress of the USA never declared war. The Vietnam War, sometimes called the Indochina War was another undeclared war. It is sometimes called Indochina War, because it involved fighting in Norh and South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.
The Koreans were fighting because they wanted to become one whole communist country but it didn't work.
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North Korea & South Korea
Fierce and overpowering.
Heavy fighting ceased on July 27th, 1953 and was followed by armistice. So the Korean war has not ended, and in its place is an armistice.
The truce that stopped the fighting in the Korean War left North Korea and South Korea divided at the 38th parallel. The North remains communist controlled, while the South practices a western-inspired form of democracy. The war has never officially ended
The Korean War was a near repeat of WW2. And not surprisingly, many of the men fighting in Korea were WW2 veterans, including their uniforms, weapons, aircraft, food rations, etc. At certain stages of the war, Korea was a repeat of the back and forth fighting of WW1.
Fierce fighting among US and UN forces against North Korean and Chinese forces
Strictly speaking, the Korean War never ended. The fighting ended on July 27 1953, after the signing of the armistice, but this did not officially mean the end of the war as no peace treaty was signed by either side.
Cold War means NO FIGHTING. There was no war during the cold war, with the exceptions of the two "HOT BATTLES" of the cold war, the Korean War and Vietnam War. Actual war between the the USSR & the US never happened.
July 27, 1953 through an armistice.
Combat experience and the knowledge that the communists could be stopped.
North Korea/Red China vs US/UN.
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Korean front This dude says Korean front when MacArthur was fighting in the pacific against Japan... MacArthur did play a part in Korea but that was during the Korean War not World War 2. So the Japanese front
yes so communist wont take over south Korea
I dont know i just like ansewring my own questions.
There was no winner. At the end of the war, the fighting returned to the 38th parallel and neither side had won. The countries are technically still at war