Website: Korean War
The Korean war stated at the North - South border, not in any city.
Elvis Presley was not in the Korean War, nor any other for that matter.
Check with the "American War Library" and the "Korean War" website.
No president fought in the Korean War. Jimmy Carter was in the navy while the war was going on but did not get close to Korea.
Donal Trump has had no military service in any war. As his present age of 70 he would be about 5 years old at the time of the Korean War.
If a US serviceman served in Korea, or offshore on a US Navy vessel, or flew missions as a US airman in & during the Korean War...he's a Korean War vet. Any discharge paper will reflect those experiences.
What woman basicaly did in the Korean War as nurses and even doctors,hope this helped,dont leave any nasty comments please Im only 12.
There are some famous athletes from Kamloops such as hockey stars Mark Recci who played for the Montreal Canadians, Philadelphia Flyers and Pitsburg Penguins.
yes, many soliers died
No, as can be seen from looking at any map or watching the news.
No atomic bombs were used in the Korean War and there were never any plans to use them. Possibly the existence of atomic weapons had some small effect.
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Canada does not have any soldiers in Iraq in any official capacity. However it does have a significant number of soldiers in Afghanistan.
they say the Korean war never ended and is still going on today, they also say that's there was no treaty signed during the Korean war, only an armistice, ceasefire, or a truce. but Korea never signed a peace treaty or any kind of treaty.
Nato did not exist during the Korean conflict. Actually, NATO (The North Atlantic Treaty Organization) came into being on April 4, 1949, so it did exist during the Korean War. NATO was an organization designed to provide mutual assistance in case of war in the areas around the North Atlantic (North America and Europe), so it didn't play any part in the Korean War. Some of the NATO members did participate in the Korean War, just not under the auspices of NATO.
Canadians are free to believe what they want
no, because the seato or watever is a lying dushbag
120 foreign born US servicemen were killed in the Viet War. Canada itself wasn't in the war but many of Canada's men volunteered for US military service to fight in Vietnam. Any killed Canadians would be in that 120 figure.
Canada had many different ethnic groups and each one of their response to war varied English canadians had great enthusiasm French canadians didn't want to join war and had low enthusiasm Native canadians had tremendous enthusiasm but were mocked at the beginning of the war and the government refused to let them join the war, but later allowed them and many able-bodied natives men joined the war Black canadians weren't allowed to join war first, but the government changed policies and many were allowed later on but many did volunteer even though they mostly did labour work in the war rather than any fighting Japanese canadians were rejected first but then were let and they showed decent support because they wanted to show their loyalty to Canada
According to "Titanic Names" by Lee Meredith, there were 33 Canadians.
Korea was a Japanese Colony during World War 2. There is o recorded Military deaths of any Korean Soldier but 450,000 Civilians were killed during World War 2.