North and South Korea

North and South Korea
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  • It started when the North Korean troops went to the other side.”When dawn broke on 25 June 1950, 75,000 North Korean troops poured over the 38th parallel, the demarcation line that separated the Communist North from the pro-Western South.“
  • North was occupied with Soviet troops and the South with western troops. So, the North had communist ideals and the South Democratic.”The problem was that the US only occupied the southern part of the peninsular, while the North had been liberated by Soviet troops.”
  • I'm tired of the border! I want the country all to myself but, I need to plan out a way for it to happen.
  • War broke out because both the leaders wanted to be the leader of a united Korea. They wanted to be the leader of it all.
  • They got involved by sending help to protect South Korea. They thought that if they didn’t help then communism would continue to spread to Asia-Pacific.
  • An armistice was signed in 1953. The borders are still guarded and it has been about 70 years since the war started.
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