Because at the time the US was supporting capitalism, and Soviet Union (a communist) supported North Korea
The United States became involved in Vietnam because they wanted to stop communism from happening in that part of Asia.
America did get involved
Global events affect the United States.
To stop the spread of communism:))
We wanted to let United States know that we were going to help them and that so that Australia could be seen as a friend and that is how the ANZUS agreement of 1951 was constructed.
The United States became involved in world war 1 because the Germany’s disruption of Allied trade routes led to the entry of the United States into the war.
To protect Kuwait from an Iraqi invasion
how many soldiers had canada in the korean war of 1950-53?
France became allied with the future United States after the Battle of Saratoga.
The United States entered the war after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Theoretically, any citizen of the United States is able to become President.
There are no "European nations " in the United States that caused them to get involved in the war. European nations are in Europe.
Most historians accept the year 1961 as the first year of military involvement.
One the 26th July 1950, The Menzies Government committed Australian Troops for the Korean war.
The president of the United States.
In the infancy of the United States, George Washington urged that we remain neutral because we were a developing country and needed time to develop and become strong. The United States was in no position to get involved in a war.
He influenced the United States to build-up their Navy and become involved in world affairs.
The Korean War ,
October 19, 1950. ~ JWJ 7th grader
to stop communism
He can if he lived in the mainland of the United States.