North Korea was occupied by the Soviet Union which promotes communism and South Korea was occupied by the United States which promotes capitalism. This war was significantly fought to impede the proliferation of communism in Korea, a success in Korea was believed to encourage the Communists in fighting Indochina. Many believed that unifying Korea was the first step in a communist campaign to take over the world. This is an example of communist aggression because the communist ideology was spread by force. This event became the first military conflict of the Cold War between the US and Soviet Union. The Korean War was fought on sea, land and in the air over and near the Korean …show more content…
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