38th parallel divided Korea before the Korean war, the 38th parallel was built before the war in 1945
Korea was individual country. No one colonized or ruled Korea before Japan.
Korea was forced to split upon Japan's surrender per the Potsdam conference agreement: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_War
Russia declared war on japan after the U.S. made peace with Japan the Russians were only able to get to the 38 parallel.
Japan controlled Korea from 1910 to the end of world war 2. After the war, the Allies divided Korea at the 38th parallel. In short: Cutting up Korea.
North of the 38th, the Soviet Union accepted the surrender of Japanese forces, leading to the creation of a Communist North Korea.
It was Japan.
The USSR & the US.
The USSR and the US
No. Japan occupied all of Korea from before WW1 until 1945
The 38th parallel.
Yes, Korea became independent from China after 1895
None, the 38th Parallel was ignored throughout the war. ---------- The 38th parallel was before the war, and currently is, the dividing line between North and South Korea.
The 38th parallel .
Korea was divided by the 38th parallel in the year 1945.
It is the Korea Strait that separates Korea and Japan.
Korea But Japan is almost as pretty as korea!!