Who did the United States help in the Korean War?
The United States helped out South Korea from the invasion Communist North Korea. The war resulted in a stale mate. This means that both sides of the fight ended at a draw and not one side beat the other.
When the United States and the UN began to help South Korea in the Korean War, the Chinese noticed that the United States was advancing very close to China through North Korea and feared that the US would attack China as well. Therefore, China was the country that aligned with North Korea in the war
The United States joined the Korean War because the US feared that all countries in Asia would be turned to a communist country. At the time of the Korean War, China was a huge factor because China supported North Korea. If the United States did not support South Korea then the domino effect would have been put to effect. In other words.. The United States joined the Korean War to resist communism from spreading.
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The Soviet Union occupied the North and the United States had the South. North Korea became a communist nation. And South Korea became a democratic nation. In 1950, North Korean troops invaded South Korea. The United Nations sent troops from the United States to help defend South Korea. Chinese troops joined North Korea.