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because there was no winner, only a truce.

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The war ended in a stalemate.


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



It was ended via an armistice on July 27 1953


war ended in a stalemate


what were two causes of the stalemate in the west?


Stalemate. Both sides ended the conflict in much the same place they started. Technically, the war hasn't ended, as the two sides have only agreed a ceasefire - not peace.


Korean War ended in 1953


Though the Korean War ended in a stalemate, it has only worked out positively for the United States since then. Still, at the time, Americans were tired of the war by it's end in 1953. They were tired of Americans dying overseas, and money being spent on a problem that was not America's to deal with.



No, stalemate is a chess term, meaning an end with no winner. As long as the Cold War lasted and both sides were still able to one-up each other, it was not a stalemate.


The North side of the Korean War ended up signing a truce to end the war.


The Korean war began on 25th June 1950 but the Korean war still hasn't ended.


The Korean War was ended by an Armistice signed in 1953.


Eisenhower found a way to end the Korean War very soon after he was elected President.


There is a stalemate, with no resolution in sight.


No, there was no winner at the end of the Korean War. It ended with a cease-fire. That is, the sides agreed to stop fighting.


The Korean War lasted from June 1950 to July 1953


He helped to bring the Korean war to an end.


The Korean War in Phase 3 turned into a stalemate as both belligerent parties were not interested in the total defeat of their opponents (which would very well have sparked WW3), but in getting the most advantage of position and geography when negotiations finally ended the war. This is why Phase 3 was characterized as fights for specific geographic locations, as those positions would influence where the new border would be drawn after the armistice was eventually signed. UN forces refused to use nuclear weapons to end the stalemate. The UN had the advantage in firepower; the communists had a vast numerical advantage.


he signed the Korean armistice agreement he signed the Korean armistice agreement


The Korean War begin June 25, 1950. and cease-fire on July 27, 1953. but the war did not end.


The goals for the Korean War was to Put an end to communism "Domino Effect"


The two sides were at a stalemate, neither was able to bring about a resounding victory, and the war would have been over a year earlier but for the Chinese insistence that all their troops held as prisoners-of-war be returned regardless of whether they wanted to or not. This also may be a trick question as the North Korean government would only sign an armistice, which means the war has not actually ended.


the Korean war never ended. there is a dmz between north and south Korea. we just signed a cease fire agreement.



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