, China and a few Russians.
did the american public think that the korean war was woth fighting?
sorry, but i do know that 50,000 Americans were killed in the Korean War.
Whether or not fighting the Korean War was worthwhile is a matter of opinion. Many feel it was worth it because the U.S. was fighting communism.
About 480,000 Americans were deployed to Korea during the Korean War.
See: Korean War
The Korean war began on June 25th, 1950.
The Korean War related to the Cold War because it both had fighting habits.
There was fighting. Unlike the cold war.
Because the Corean conflict was a united nations action.
It is open to many interpretations, however most Americans would like to believe preserving democracy is a cause worth fighting for.
A website on the Korean War might be able to help you out.
The Americans war aims change during the Korean war because they felt confident dealing with the communists.
See: Korean War-External Links: Facts and texts on the war
They were fighting over the Korean war
Because people actually started to physically fight. In the Cold War, no fighting actually broke out. A hotspot has intense fighting; thus the Korean War.
There was approximately 1,751,820 Americans to be drafted into the Korean War. Not all of these men were actually sent to Korea.
it was probably koreans!
Fighting Communist aggression.
An end to the fighting.
North Korean invading forces
they didnt care about the war
No, the Korean war was not technically part of the cold war but it was a front for the Americans and the Russians to compete in.
Approximately 1,789,000 US Servicemen served in the Korean War.