Korean War in Comics_Claire Justis

Korean War in Comics_Claire Justis

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  • The North Attacks (June 25, 1950)
  • Victory at Inchon (Sep 15, 1950)
  • China joins the fight (Oct 20, 1950)
  • North Korean troops crossed the 38' Parallel, invading Seoul and pushing the South Koreans all the way to Putan.
  • Peace talks begin (February 1951)
  • Douglas McArthur makes a bold amphibious landing at the port of Inchon, 25 miles from Seoul. Successful, he pushes and takes back the capital.
  • McArthur Fired (April 1951) 
  • We should use the bomb, that'll show 'em!
  • After UN forces pushed all the way to the Chinese border, Chinese forces retaliated, pushing the UN and South Korea all the way back to the start.
  • Armistice signed (July 7, 1953)
  • When a bloodsoaked stalemate set in, talks for an armistice began.
  • President Truman controversially fires McArthur because he wanted to use the Atom Bomb against North Korea and the Chinese.
  • No, that's too extreme. I'm firing you.
  • An agreement is reached, and a ceasefire is called. Foreign troops leave both Koreas, but a treaty to officially end the war has never been signed, even to this day.
  • No more fighting (for now)
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