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    The Korean War Analysis

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    On March 2, 1917, President Wilson issued a declaration of war against Germany, officially entering World War I that he pledged to keep the country out of. To achieve maximum strength to fight against the Germans, The U.S mobilized the whole nation for war with a draft that including Americans of all races. Many blacks contested World War I, arguing why fight for democracy in Europe while African Americans remain second class citizens in the United States. Others believed that if blacks served…

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    Korean War Reaction

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    The Korean War: Action and Reaction The most interesting fact that I learned recently is that my grandmother had gone through the devastating Korean War when she was only 9-year old. To me, who spent more than ten years of my childhood with my grandmother rather than my parents, the fact that my grandmother was once a war refugee did not match up with my depiction of her as an optimistic and dedicated pharmacist who loved helping other people. The general image of war refugees which i have…

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    The Korean War is one of the most well known wars due to the fact that it caused North and South Korea to split and it created allies around the world. North Korea is one of the most powerful and unpredictable countries in the world and it wants to defeat countries like South Korea and the United States. The Truman Doctrine, Policy of Containment and the Domino Theory all play a role on how the US did not want to see other countries become communist. China recently became a communist country so…

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    There are dangers to starting this war with North Korea and reasons the United States has not started war. One large concern that would be brought up is what would happen to Seoul if war started. Japan is also under threat of attack as well. The Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, which handles the North’s external ties and propaganda, gave the statement, “The four islands of the archipelago should be sunken into the sea by the nuclear bomb of Juche. Japan is no longer needed to exist near us…

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    The Korean War was a war between the North and South Korea, and each side had allies to help them throughout the war. The US had a force in South Korea, while China help fighting with North Korea, and the Soviet Union was also on the North Korean side when war happened. The Korean War itself was a war for many reason, while the North and the South Korea was a civil war, there was no compromise for Korea’s future. The North was led by leaders, Josef Stalin leading the Soviet Union, Mao Zedong…

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    Korean War Domino Effect

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    The Korean War was an avoidable war that we didn’t need to intervene in. The Domino effect was still an acceptable cause to go to war. It was the thought that if one country’s government fell to communism, then more would follow in its path. We had a tough time fighting them though, because of physical geography. That’s most of the reason we didn’t win the war, we weren’t ready for the terrain. The battle of pork chop hill was one of the most important battles. Being in the mountain’s it…

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    The Korean War, though has been in the dark for a while, had a significant impact on modern warfare and strategy. Allen Millett touches on the historical significance of the Korean War in “Introduction to the Korean War.” The Korean War brought new challenges and strategies for the Americans. This war was a different from some of the others that America has been involved in. This was what Millett describes as a “People’s War of revolutionary national liberation.” This conflict was surrounded…

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    The Cold War (1947 – 1991) was fought between the two powerful nations, United States and the Soviet Union. However, there was never any direct contact between the two nations. In these two wars, the United States fought for capitalism and the Soviet Union fought for communism. They are not participate in the war but incitement to war - the United States and the Soviet using the proxy war to fighting with each other. During the Cold War, the two examples of proxy wars are the Korean and…

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    Before the second World War has started, the Korean Peninsula had been a part of Japan. After the war had ended, it needed to be split up. The Northern part went under the control of the Soviet Union and the Southern part under the control of the United States. The Soviet Union was communist and the United States was against communism. The two sides were divided at the 38th parallel. Both sides, the North and South, were not getting along and they were having constant skirmishes and battles…

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    The Korean War was the first military clash of the Cold War, a war between the principles of democracy and the principles of communism. The two titans after World War II, the United Stated and the Soviet Union wanted to ideological shape the world in their images. President Truman, a common man in extraordinary situations, used the Cold War strategy of ‘containment’, which was not allow the spread of communism past the nations that already were communist. One of the battle lines that Truman’s…

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