Which direction would an an allied tank travel to go from North Korea into communist china?
An Allied tank would travel north to go from North Korea into Communist China.
North Korea. South Korea was allied with the US (they were a democracy), and they teamed up to fight the Communists (North Korea). In the end North Korea still won and that's why its is till one of the few dictatorships/communist countries in the world today.
During the Korean war they were supported by China and the soviet union (the two major communist powers)
South Korea. After the expulsion of the French from Indochina, two rival factions controlled Korea: the communist North and the authoritarian South, which allied itself with the anti-communist Western powers.
Separate wars, separate dates, separate places, same cause. Both fought against communist aggression; both had different outcomes. Korea:1950-1953 (Allied Victory) Vietnam: 1955-1975 (Communist Victory)
Because they had pushed the US/Allies south and were approached by US/Allied forces for negotiations.
North Korea is communist, South Korea is democratic. Which means South Korea is not a communist.^0^
The Korean peninsula is divided into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North Korea is communist, but South Korea is not communist.
North Korea is Communist and South Korea is Capitalist
Which allied country during world war 2 helped establish a communist government in north Korea following world war 2?
I think Russia.
North Korea is communist South Korea is capitalist
South Korea was never a communist government; North Korea, however, remains communist.
No just North Korea and South Korea is still non communist
No, North Korea is a communist nation.
North Korea was communist.
North Korea is currently communist, and has been communist since WWII. It is split from South Korea along the 38th parallel. All of North Korea is Communist. Maybe not the civilians and/or other people living in North Korea, but definitely the government.
Communist Party of Korea was created in 1925.
The results: South Korea preserved; Soviet Union/Red China/North Korea now know that the US will use force to stop communist aggression; Allied nations were also aware.
NO. It is North Korea that is Communist. South Korea is a capitalist, liberal democracy.
if you are talking about Korea , north Korea yes, it is a communist country.
No, South Korea had never been a communist country before.
NORTH KOREA has the Communist government.
The Korean was was a battle between North Korea (who were communist) and South Korea (who Were capitalist) both wanting to unify Korea under their own government. Communist North Korea trying to conquer NON-Communist South Korea.
The communist leader of North Korea is Kim Il-Sung.
South Korea fought communist during Korean War.
North Korea is communist, since it was taken control of by Soviet Russia.
Currently, Korea is split into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North KoreaNorth Korea is a unique type of state, properly classified as a DYNASTIC COMMUNIST STATE. This means that the country is a Communist State, but has succession in leadership passing along a dynastic line like a monarchy. Some consider Dynastic Communism to be part of the Absolute Monarchy category, because of the similarities, while others argue that since the leader of a… Read More
Before the war even occured, North Korea was (and still is) a communist country. The war basically happened because of the argument over is Korea should be a communist or non-communist country. So when the war began, China and USSR wanted to keep Korea a communist country, therefore, sided North Korea. The USA sided South Korea. No one won the Korean War so that's why Korea is currently divided into communist (North Korea) and non-communist… Read More
North Korea is, South Korea is not.
North Korea attacked South Korea in the Korean war and Korea has been separated in 2 countries from then! North Korea is a Communist, and South Korea is a anti-communist like North America.
Yes you can. People in some communist countries travel around their own country and to other countries. Some countries, like North Korea, are much sticter though.
because ussr forced north korea to be communist by army
yes, north korea is still a communist country to this day.
To stop the communist forces from reuniting Korea under a communist government
N-O, South Korea is Democratic, and was supported by the US. North Korea, however, IS Communist, and was supported by Russia and China
north Korea became aggressive Korea was split into Communist and non-Communist sections.B.Japan was violating post-war treaties.C.South Korea became aggressive.D.The Marshall Plan was biased Korea was split into Communist and non-Communist sections The United States wanted to stop the spread of Communism.
At times in the past, South Korea was ruled by a despotic regime. It was never specifically Communist.
North Korea (Communist) and South Korea (Republic)
Communist China and North Korea communist china and North Korea
The communist leader of North Korea 1950 is Kim Il-Sung.
North Korea attempted to reunite Korea in June 1950 under a single communist government.
Used to be N. Korea
North Korea has consistently had the same communist government since independence in 1948. Prior to independence, North Korea had never had a communist government before.
North Korea was and remains a communist nation, and in 1950 it invaded the non-communist nation of South Korea. The UN acted to defeat the invasion. South Korea as a result did not become communist.
Korea. North Korea is communist and South Korea is democratic.
North Korea- Communist South Korea- Presidental
The republic of South Korea backed by the US and communist North Korea backed by communist china.
They all have COMMUNIST governments, but beside that they are very different. China has a Leninist Communist Dictatorship, Cuba has a Communist Autocracy, and North Korea is a Dynastic Communist State.
The communist leaders felt that they had scored a victory in Korea since it has embraced communism. Their intention was to transform the entire world to be communist.
Communist supported North Korea.