October 20, 1950: China Joins War Pushing Back UN Forces
The Korean War began when the North Korean communist army crossed the 38th Parallel and invaded non-Communist South Korea. As North Korea was overpowered, the United States came to sid South Korea
February 1951: Peace Talks Begin
This invasion was a battle of the Korean War that resulted in a decisive victory and strategic reversal in favor of the United Nations.
April 1951: MacArthur Fired for wanting to use A-Bomb
Due to China joining in on the war, this caused allies to be thrown into a retreat. Communists' were pushed back to the 38th parallel and the battle line remained in vicinity.
July 7, 1953: Truce Signed
In 1951, peace talks began between the U.N. and North Korea in the village of Panmunjom, just north of a Demilitarized Zone. The following peace talk brought about a way for the countries to try to agree on an outcome for what was going to happen.
Due to China inflicting in on the war, it caused a lot of defeats not to be able to be done. This incident caused him to be withdrawn from the war.
They agree to an armistice which means that America's first experiment with the Cold War was proposed