Idiot, of course it isn't, the vietname war was against the vietcong, the Korean war against the north Koreans.
The Korean War was the FIRST "Hot" battle of the Cold War; a war against communism.
No comparision. The Korean War was fought against a determined organized enemy.
The Korean War was the FIRST "Hot" Battle of the Cold War; a war against communist aggression.
The Korean War was the First "Hot" battle of the Cold War.
Why was President Truman against declaring war on China during the Korean War
The Korean War (Korean Conflict)
The war against communist aggression justified it (Cold War).
The Korean War was a United Nations force supporting South Korea against a North Korean-Chinese invasion. The Vietnam War was a US-led coalition supporting South Vietnam against a North Vietnam invasion supported by China and Russia.
No, they fought together against the North Koreans.
to stop north korean aggression against south korea
Both fought against communist aggression.
Both fought against communism.
The Korean war was fought against North Koreans and Russian servicemen.
They were both "hot battles" of the cold war (against communism).
Potential for nuclear war against the USSR in 1950.
A Korean Civil War would pit Koreans against Koreans.
The Korean War highlighted the war against communism to the minds of US Citizens, e.g. the slogan(s) "...Better Dead than Red..." etc.
One reason President Truman was against declaring war on China during the Korean war was because he was afraid that the Soviet Union might side with China. He thought it might cause the start of World War 3.
Both wars were fought against communism.
use of atomic weapons against north korean and chinese forces
The Korean War was a PHYSICAL CONFRONTATION against communist aggression. The world now knew that US policy can get physical.
the UK, US and Australia against north Korea