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Why was the Korean war considered a stalemate?

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There was no clear winner.

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The Korean War was fought to a stalemate.


because there was no winner, only a truce.


The war ended in a stalemate.


It did not end in a stalemate. It ended in a cease fire agreement.


more of a stalemate then failure..............


The stalemate resulted in a Armistice. A truce, signed in 1953.


it was a stalemate, so no one lost




What was one effect of the stalemate in the Korean war within the United states


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No, I would not. It is a stalemate at best.


It was ended via an armistice on July 27 1953


General MacArthur favored breaking the stalemate in the Korean War with a bold attack. He landed his army at Inchon and moved it south, trapping the North Korean army between the United States army and the South Korean army inside the Pusan Perimeter in the south of the country.


After, coming to a stalemate, They finally came to a cease-fire agreement in 1953.


Dwight D. Eisenhower won the presidential election.


Yes it is considered as a war.


They accomplished their objective (to save South Korea from invasion) although the war was a tactical mixed bag, and it ended in a stalemate.


The outcome of the Korean War was frustrating to U.S. because many of their sons & husbands had died it this conflict yet it ended in a stalemate.


There was no winner. Instead, a stalemate developed leading to an armistice on July 27 1953.


The US won the Korean War and South Korea is a republic similar to ours. The US did not win the Korean war. See "Who actually won the Korean War?" Better answer. South Korea won the Korean War With the Help of Britain, Autralia and USA Neither side won the Korean War, although at first it seems like North Korea was winning and then the South was. It was a tie because there was a stalemate for two years between the two sides.


The US has won every war against every "nation" it ever fought (minus the Vietnam War). It also was a stalemate against North Korea in the Korean war.


The Korean War was regarded as a "limited war" because neither side made an all out commitment of military forces .


The Korean was was considered the young cold war conflict. It became a part of the cold war when Stalin sent supplies to the Korean area. This involvement coined the name.


The political boundaries of the Korean peninsula did not change significantly. Korea remained a divided country. There was a military stalemate resulting in the continued division of the country An armistice was signed in July 1953.



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