Korean War

Korean War
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  • June 25, 1950: North Korea invades South Korea
  • September 15, 1950: Victory at Inchon
  • Sir, we have successfully recaptured Seoul!
  • October 20, 1950: China Joins War Pushing Back UN Forces
  • The UN is pushing too far into our part of the world.
  • On June 25, 1950, the Korean War began when 75,000 soldiers from the North Korean  Army poured across the 38th parallel, This invasion was the first military action of the Cold War. The South Korean forces got pushed back to the Pusan perimeter as North Korea advanced forward.
  • Feb. 1951: Peace Talks Begins
  • U.S. Marines force made a surprise amphibious landing at the strategic port of Inchon, Supreme Commander Douglas MacArthur   carried out the bold landing. Afterward, the American-led U.N. force was able to break North Korean supply lines and push inland to recapture Seoul, the South Korean capital that had fallen to the Communists in June.
  • April 1951: MacArthur Fired for wanting to use A-Bomb
  • What the- MacArthur disobeyed my commands then go against my ideas in public. He got to go.
  • Chinese communist troops entered the fray, throwing the Allies into retreat. By May 1951, the communists were pushed back to the 38th parallel, where the battle line remained for the rest of the war.
  • July 27, 1953: Truce Signed
  • Mr. President , I sent sent some troops to our North Korean neighbors  to help get the Westerners off their back.
  • The truce is signed so whatever happens on your side stay on your side.
  • On October 25th, 1951, the peace talks reopened in Panmunjom. Negotiations all took place in the Joint Security Area. There were five items agreed upon on the agenda. The agenda, the second  was agreeing and finalizing the military demarcation line and demilitarized zone, how the armistice would be maintained, prisoners of war, and government systems of Korea subsequent to the armistice signing.
  • WE must come up with an agreement to which we uphold to end stop mass murder on both sides.
  • On 11 April 1951, U.S. President Harry S. Truman relieved General of the Army Douglas MacArthur of his commands after MacArthur made public statements which contradicted the administration's policies.
  • Secretary, tell Commander MacArthur that his is relieved of his duties. 
  • Yes, President Truman, right away sir.
  • The armistice established a committee of representatives from neutral countries to decide the fate of the thousands of prisoners of war on both sides. A new border between North and South Korea was drawn, which gave South Korea some additional territory and demilitarized the zone between the two nations. 
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