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American occupation troops withdrew from South Korea in June 1949

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North Korean troops crossed in South Korea on June 25 1950 which started the Korean War...



North Korea invaded South Korea. Exactly, the Korean war started by North Korean army's attack to the 38th parallel (a line of latitude used to divide the Korean Peninsula) at about 4AM on June 25, 1950. However, North Korean propaganda claims that South Korea attacked first. (No country outside of North Korea agrees with this view.)


It's the border between North and South Korea. Troops are not permitted to operate there. It straddles the 38th parallel.


North Korean and Chinese troops at various locations during the Korean War


us policy during the Korean war was to make sure N Korea understood the us would intervene if they dared to cross the 49th parallel and attack S. Korea


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North Korea started the attack when they swept across the 38th parallel in a surprise attck on South Korea.


It was split at the 38th parallel and a cease-fire (not a peace treaty)was agreed upon. We still have occupying troops there to maintain the border.



38th parallel divided Korea before the Korean war, the 38th parallel was built before the war in 1945


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The 38th parallel remained to separate South Korea from North Korea.


ROK's (Republic of South Korea).





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