U.S HISTORY korean war

U.S HISTORY korean war

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  • Communist attack at Pork Chop
  • We are with N. Korea and we will fight until we win! -China
  • Fighting Conditions
  • It is so cold SOS
  • We are so cold, we were not expecting this weather to be so bad
  • How many soldiers died
  • So many soldiers from both sides have died.
  • I showed this because it was one of the first battles fought between North Korea and South Korea. It was composed of two fights, one in April and one in July. I did a picture of the war to show them at battle at Pork Chop. China was on North Koreas side while the USSR was on South Koreas side. North Korea attacked South Korea first in June 1950.
  • 38th Parallel
  • Haha I'm going to do what I want. I'll cross anywhere I want to.
  • Do not cross the border onto North Korea. This is our land.
  • I showed this because the war conditions were not very well. The U.S soldiers used the trench technique to hide in adapted from WWI. Cold weather killed many soldiers at war and both sides were not prepared for this weather.
  • Treaty signed
  • We both will not cross the border near the 38th parallel. We are not fighting anymore.
  • I showed this picture because I wanted to show how many deaths there were in the Korean War. About 217,000 troops from Korea died, 406,000 troops from North Korea died, 600,000 troops from China died and more than 54,000 U.S troops died at this war.
  • End Results
  • North Korea
  • I showed this because I wanted to show the boundary when N Korea and S Korea were at war. The 38th parallel was where most of the fighting took place and it was a big deal on who crossed onto which side during the war.
  • I showed this because both sides did not sign a treaty but they signed an armistice. An armistice is an agreement between two places agreeing to stop fighting. From this armistice they established a demilitarized zone where they chose a zone where military from both sides is not allowed to cross.
  • I showed this because I wanted to explain that the end results were: many deaths of americans and Koreans, a strong border that still today N & S Korea guard tremendously, the war wasn't very popular media wise, and disease was a constant threat during the war. The U.S now helps N Korea at the border as well.
  • South Korea
  • Do not pass or else. -South Korea still to this day
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