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Initally it was General Douglas MacArthur and later General Matthew Ridgeway.

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Geenral MacArthur commanded the UN Forces until he was replaced by General Ridgeway. General Choi Yong-Kun commanded the North Korean and Chinese armies.


The attack by forces from North Korea in 1950, sent the troops of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) reeling in retreat. In a short time the United Nations declared that this act of war would be met with forces military forces of the many members of the UN. One factor that helped contain, or even cause a retreat of North Korean forces was an ingenious flanking attack headed by US General MacArthur. In 1950 MacArthur decided to launch a flanking attack on the North Korean troops at Inchon. This was on the western coast of the Korean peninsula well behind North Koren lines. UN forces under MacArthur's command consisted of warships, air attacks and an amphibian landing at Inchon.


It was the final stand against North Korean superior forces before UN forces beat back the attacking North Korean elements.


North Korean forces invaded South Korea.



North Korean forces INVADED South Korea.


Yes. North Korean forces attacked South Korea on June 25 1950 without warning


UN forces confronted north korean forces to a stalemate from1950 to 1953


It was a Seaborn assault at Inchon by UN Forces in order to cut off North Korean forces.


Primarily for provocative statements he made, threatening the use of nuclear weapons against the Chinese and North Korean forces.


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President Abraham Lincoln, as Commander-in-Chief, was in command of the Union forces in the US Civil War. He had a number of Generals under him, ultimately Ulysses S. Grant was the General who managed the defeat of Southern forces under General Lee, and thus, eventually the defeat of the Confederacy.


Fierce fighting among US and UN forces against North Korean and Chinese forces


On July 8, 1950 General Douglas MacArthur was directed to assume command of all United Nations (UN) forces in Korea and to use the UN flag concurrently with the flags of all UN nations participating. General MacArthur held this command until April 11, 1951 when he was replaced by General Matthew Ridgway. General Ridgway commanded the UN forces in Korea until was assigned as Supreme Allied Commander, Europe. General Ridgway was succeeded by General Mark Wayne Clark who assumed command of UN forces on May 12, 1952. General Clark commanded through the cease-fire on July 27, 1953. *As a footnote, the UN troops in Korea were not "peacekeepers." They were soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines of many nations. They were not there to "keep the peace." They were there to maintain the sovereignty of the Republic of Korea bydestroying the North Korean and Chinese forces on the Korean Peninsula. "Peacekeeper" is a fairly modern politically correct term which detracts from the true nature of the modern warrior.


June 25th, 1950 when North Korean forces attacked South Korea


Invasion of South Korea by North Korean forces in June 1950


The United Nations Command (UNC) is the unified command structure for the multinational military forces that supported South Korea during and after the Korean War. After troops of North Korea invaded South Korea on June 25, 1950, the United Nations Security Council adopted resolutions that created the United Nations Command.


The Soviet Union and China backed North Korea. UN Forces initially under the command of McArthur supported the South Korean Government (US, UK, Austrailia, Canada).


Based on the fact that UN forces accomplished their military objectives, no, the UN was not defeated in the Korean War. The mission of the UN forces was to a) stop the advance of communist North Korean forces into sovereign South Korea (accomplished); b) cause the invading North Korean forces, through force or diplomacy, to pull back north of the 38th parallel (accomplished); c) to reach an agreement on a cease-fire (accomplished).


China provided an army for North Korea at a time when UN forces had actually beaten the North Korean Army.


June 25, 1950, when Soth Korea was attacked by North Korean forces.


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to rid North Korean and Chinese force from South Korea



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