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2017-02-21 08:34:57

The political boundaries of the Korean peninsula did not change significantly. Korea remained a divided country.

There was a military stalemate resulting in the continued division of the country

An armistice was signed in July 1953.

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An Armistice was signed 27 July 1953 .


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The outcome of the Korean War was frustrating to U.S. because many of their sons & husbands had died it this conflict yet it ended in a stalemate.


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An armistice signed on July 27, 1953.


Joseph Stalin supported the North Korean attack in South Korea. Without his support there would have been no Korean War, as we know it today. The Korean War was a US-Soviet War fought by proxy. When Stalin died in 1953, the Korean War ended (1953).


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The Korean War did not end. A cease fire has been in effect between North Korea and South Korea since July, 1953.


Because an armistice was signed on July 27, 1953. Therefore there was no winner of the war.


Korean war was fought because the communist forces from North Korea invaded democratic South Korea. The United States on approval of United Nations began to defend the South Korea. The outcome of this war was only the truce on 38th parallel.


The US/Allies had stopped the communists at the 38th Parallel.


The outcome was to preserve South Korea from communist dominance. Which was accomplished.


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The Chinese advanced to the South, capturing the South Korean capital, Seoul.


Without the intervention of UN forces, the Korean War may have had a different outcome.


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


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North Korea remained communist while South Korea remained a democracy.


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



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