The Korean War was a United Nations Police Action and the United States was part (most) of the UN force.
the united states got involved in the Korean war to stop the spread of communsium
To stop the spread of Communism
The Soviet Union and The United States Of Canada.
The Korean war.
The Korean War was before Vietnam that the United States was involved in.
In the Korean War, the fighting took place on the Korean Peninsula. The war was part of a larger competition between the United States and the Soviet Union, known as the Cold War.
The United States, North Korea, South Korea, China, and the United Kindom
North Korea, South Korea, United States, and the USSR
They were in the united nations
US forces participated in the Korean war...
See Korean War website; the UN was involved, covering approximately 16 different countries, not counting the communists.
The war was a stalemate before the United States became involved. After the United States became involved, the balance tipped to the Allied powers.
Just about everything. Different age- Different Countries- Different technology- Different causes entirely. About the only thing that the two wars have incommon was that the United States was involved- even that is argueble as the Civil war was a war between the United States in the North and the states that had succeeded in the south- thus a different 'united states' was involved in Korea.
Harry S. Truman.
The United Nations.
The United States got involved in World war 1 on April 2, 1917
The goals for the Korean War was to Put an end to communism "Domino Effect"
The United States were in the Korean War as well as the USSR and supposedly China.
No, they were "police actions".
North Korea, South Korea, The United States and I think China. Hope this helped :D
The United states confronted Communism in East Asia after the Korean War with fear that communism would be intertwined to other countries. They entered the Korean Conflict shortly after world war 2.
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.
The united states involved in the Russo-Japanese war where President Roosevelt helped negotiate peace.