Korean War

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  • Forgotten War
  • Americans went back to their normal lives, ignoring the conflict
  • The Korean War became known as the forgotten war due to Americans being afraid of another world war
  • U.S. Supports South Korea
  • U.S. forces helped South Korea fight North Korea to stop them from forcing communism.
  • The UN called for an invasion on North Korea to aid South Korea in the war.
  • Demilitarized Zone
  • No military forces from North or South Korea were allowed to enter the demilitarized zone.
  • The Demilitarized zone divided the Korean peninsula along the 38th parallel.
  • I wrote that the Korean war is the forgotten war because it is not talked about alot and never really was even while it was going on.
  • How it ended
  • The war ended in July 1953, with the Korean peninsula still divided.
  • I wrote that the U.S. supports South Korea because North Korea wanted to remain a communist country and make the Korean peninsula all communism, while South Korea was democratic.
  • Casualties
  • There were around 5 million soldiers and civilians that lost their lives all together.
  • I wrote about the demilitarized zone because that is where the separation of North Korea and South Korea still is today. There are soldiers on each side guarding the DMZ.
  • conclusion
  • The Korean war lasted three years and there was still a North Korea and a South Korea at the end.
  • I wrote about how it ended because after the war the Korean peninsula remained divided and still is today.
  • The two sides signed an armistice ending hostiles.
  • I wrote about casualties because the Korean war took many lives and destroyed infrastructure, and it is still the forgotten war.
  • Along with deaths, the homes, roads, and buildings of the Korean peninsula were destroyed.
  • I wrote about North Korea being even more isolated because North Korea still has little communication with other countries.
  • After the war North Korea became even more isolated from the world.
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