Of course it was a war you idiot, they only called it a conflict because they didn't want to sign a war declaration and if anyone copies my answer I'll hurt them severely.
Of course it was a war! The Americans only call it a conflict because they did not want to sign a war declaration.
Yes, he actually did! He was a pilot in the Korean War and he was in the side of US.
There were actually NO peace negotiations in the Korean war, they just signed a ceasefire. Out!
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.
North Korea actually, no one won the Korean war. there was a cease fire on June 27, 1953.
The Korean War was followed by the Vietnam War.
Yes. It began as a civil war in 1950 and escalated when the United States and, later, China entered into the forray. The end of the Korean War came July 27, 1953.
the cold war
There was approximately 1,751,820 Americans to be drafted into the Korean War. Not all of these men were actually sent to Korea.
It was on the Korean Peninsula. That's why it is called the Korean War.
The Korean War.
The next big war after the Korean War was the Vietnam War.
the Korean war was before the Vietnam war because it was right after ww2 the Korean war started in 1950
No country actually declared war officially. The UN termed it a 'Police Action'
The Korean War was part of the Cold War.
The Korean war was the first hot war in the cold war.
The war of the Korean lol
The Korean War was fought to a stalemate.
length of the Korean war?
If by "Vietnam War" you meant the war in Vietnam that involved direct US combat forces then the year 1964 can be used as the year that war actually began. That was 11 years after the end of the Korean War in 1953.
See Korean War Facts or Korean War Educator
See Korean War Facts or Korean War Educator.
In 1950 the korean war start and i don't kow where did korean war started. Sorry
The U.S. military attacked North Korean forces to prevent them from conquering all of Korea.
The Korean War was a "Limited War"; meaning NO ATOMIC weapons were to be used.
The Korean War was one conflict in the larger Cold War