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What war was it when the US fought on the side of South Korea against China and North Korea?

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China fought with the North Koreans if you want to know who helped them fight. South Korea fought against them if that's what your asking.


Answer ChinaChina, assuming you are asking about the 1950 war against south Korea and the united nations. ^ whoever wrote that you are clearly a brainless oaf what other war was there with north Korea


US & UN (and South Korea, if they weren't part of the UN) against Red China & North Korea.


No America never fought with China , but they fought with North Korea.


There are none; The Vietnam War was fought against another nation (North Vietnam); just as Korea was fought against North Korea (and Red China); and WWII was fought against the countries of Germany, Japan and Italy. The US is NOT at war with Afghanistan.


The USA, and the United Nations, fought with South Korea, against North Korea, after North Korea (assisted by China and Russia) invaded South Korea in 1950.



South Korea, the United States, and the West


Japan was the only Asian country that the US had fought in a declared war. Undeclared wars were fought against North Korea, North Vietnam , Cambodia , Laos and their ally, the Peoples' Republic of China.


The Korean war (1950-1953) was fought between north Korea, China and the Soviet Union against the UN and south Korea


The UN fought North Korea, Red China. The US was part of the UN.


No, the U.S. and South Korea were allies against North Kores.


North Korea against American flying forces


North Korea was communist. Red China entered the later in 1950, becoming an ally to North Korea.


China Why: Because when US and South Korea Almost got to China, China was worryed the US is tryng to Concur land from them


It was North Korea against South Korea, until a UN force, mostly made of US troops entered on the side of the South. Then China entered the war to help the North.Answer 5/29/2011(United Nations forces fought against Communist North Korea and soldiers from Communist China.)The Korean War was a conflict between the United Nations and Communist North Korea (which was aided by "volunteers" from Communist China). The war began on June 25, 1950 when North Korea invaded South Korea. Two days later, the United Nations' Security Council voted to authorize member nations to help South Korea defend itself against North Korea. Later, when "volunteers" from Communist China joined the North Koreans in November of 1950, U.N. forces had to fight the Chinese as well.


united nations forces fought against comunist north Korea and soldiers from communist china


The U.S. fought on the side of South Korea, against North Korea.


The United Nations approved the use of military force against North Korea.


China and North Korea do get along.


The U.S. and the U.N. fought on the side of South Korea against communist North Korea.


(United Nations forces fought against Communist North Korea and soldiers from Communist China)The Korean War was a conflict between the United Nations and Communist North Korea (which was aided by "volunteers" from Communist China). The war began on June 25, 1950 when North Korea invaded South Korea. Two days later, the United Nations' Security Council voted to authorize member nations to help South Korea defend itself against North Korea. Later, when "volunteers" from Communist China joined the North Koreans in November of 1950, U.N. forces had to fight the Chinese as well.


China backed North Korea against the UN troops.


China, North Korea, and South Korea are all different countries.


No, South Korea and the U.S. were on the same side. Both were fighting against North Korea.



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