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    intervention of the U.S. in the Korean War was justified or not. One side believes that Truman was inconsistent with American strategic policy which is based on a statement made by Secretary of State Dean Acheson. Korea was excluded in U.S. defense perimeter of strategic containment policy. Although it is arguable that the intervention was unnecessary and unjustified, the war played an important role in modern history. The Korean War was a crucial event during the Cold War that protected the…

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    The Korean War was “fought mutually for unknown and incommensurable(if not incomprehensible) goals “(Cummings.205) by the 2 most important sides, North Korea and the US together with the UN. Kim Il Sung decided to attack the south for several reasons and even though he risked the possibilities of the intervention of the U.S (which occurred), he downplayed its importance because he thought that his allies both Stalin (USSR) and Mao (Communist China) could and would take care of the U.S…

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    Korean War Stories, directed by Robert Uth; produced by Robert Uth (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), 2004) 56 minutes During the Korean War conflict we saw many acts of heroism and bravery. The Korean War conflict began in 1950 and ended in 1953. The Korean War began as a result of Syngman Rhee boasting that he was going to attack North Korea which in reality was a good move since North Korea invaded South Korea. In occupied areas of of North Korea the North Korean Army…

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    The South Korean film industry since Korean War (1950-1953) often portrays the Korean experience in the Cold War struggle and its lingering impact in inter-Korean relations as a backdrop for many of its popular films. While the Cold War is nominally a thing of the past, the consequences of the Cold War rhetoric are ubiquitous in the Korean peninsula, leading to an assessment and reassessment of the lingering feelings that South Koreans have of their Northern counterparts. The film industry’s…

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    At the end of World War II Korea was divided into two halves: the North and South. In 1950 the Korean Peninsula was the center of dispute between the Soviet Union and the U.S. The Russians occupied northern Korea and the Americans occupied the south. This was not simply a border conflict but instead something much larger. The U.S. feared it was a communist campaign to take control of the globe. For this reason, the country sent in troops to ensure that the opposition would not have the ability…

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    World War II and the Korean War. World War II lasted from September 1, 1939-September 2, 1945. The Korean War lasted from June 25, 1950-July 27, 1953. WWII and The Korean War were both similar because the United States involved itself in both wars. Also, during both wars at some point the United States was fighting against communism. Even though the two wars share similarities they also have a lot of differences which are important for social workers to be aware of. While researching both wars…

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    Role in the Korean War In this essay, I will be talking about what caused to let Korea to have 38th parallel and what the women’s role is in the Korean War. I got influenced by this topic (Korean War: Women’s Role) because I want to show people what women did in wars, because many people around me think men did all the work in wars. So I want them to know what women did and what the women’s role in the Korean War was by this essay. I was also going to choose another foreign country war, however…

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    Thus, they must be studied separately. Unlike the National League of POW/MIA Families (NLF) that have been closely worked with the federal government, most of the Korean War POW/MIA organizations are small, local, and without much political power. Consequently, it is very difficult to find their communication with the military and the federal government in archives. Neither is their voice cited in official documents…

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    behind the decision of Mao Zedong of getting involved in the Korean war, these were the national security problem, obstacle of uniting Taiwan, the impact from the Soviet Union, as well as Mao’s leading role. Argument A – National Security Problem In the first place, Mao concerned about the national security problem when if the United States intervene in helping the South Korea and crossed the Yalu rivers that would threaten Chinese-Korean border. According to Cuming, Secretary of State Dean…

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    the USSR, the Peoples Republic of China and the US since the early nineteenth century. Following this tradition, subsequently after World War 2, North Korea with the backing USSR made an attempt in unifying Korea across the 38th parallel, the border between North and South Korea. The Korean War officially begun on June 25, 1950 in a time of the burgeoning Cold War in which was an international competition between the main protagonists, the Democratic U.S and the communist Soviets for ideological…

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