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The Korean War The Korean War was in all reality one of Americas most significant conflicts As time goes on though people seem to dismiss it ans now we call it the forgotten war That is the reason that I decided to write a report on it Not many of my teachers have ever tought me about the Korean War is so often forgotten is that from the very start of the war the coflict presented confusing and contradictory messages This war was the result of the division of Jores into North and South Up until the end of World War II Japan controlled Korea In 1945 the United tates made a decision that we would occupy the southern half of Korea The Unite States did this out of fear because tue USSR joined the fight against Japan in North Korea and we feared that they would take control of the entire Korean Peninsula This attempt of occupation would form a communist stronghold farther souththan anything that we had ever seen enabling the spread of Russian doctrine to be quicker and more devistating to the concept of democracy The communists had built a formidable political and military structure in North Korea under the Soviet command The North Korean forces numberd between 150000 and 200000 troops by June 1950 On the other side of the conflict was South Korea with less than 10000 men The leader of Northern Korea was Kim Il Sung He recieved a great deal of support from China and his fellow countrymen Kim Il Sung was a Korean guerrilla who earlier fought with Chinese Communist forces against the Japanese in Manchuria in the 1930s One of Kim Il Sungs first actions was to force through a radical redistribution of land South Korea was overwhelmed and did not have te manpower to win The un forseen event was that North Koreas stragety was complicated by the swift decision by the Unites
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