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The Korean War or more accurately the Korean Conflict was quite obviously both a civil conflict and an international conflict As I go forward in this discussion of the war I will attempt to explain my theory on both separate ideas Fundamentally it is hard to have a civil conflict that will not in some respect impact a part of the entire world The Korean conflict was a civil war from now on I will refer to the Korean conflict as a war collectively between two sets of the same people Though Korea was split into two separate countries each country still consisted of the same Korean people Many families were split in half with the dividing of the Korean peninsula Much like our own civil war you had fellow countrymen and relatives fighting against each other The war was an attempt by North Korea to unify the country under one rule that of communism The most unfortunate aspect of the Korean war is that we allowed if not guaranteed the war to take place Since we were involved with splitting the country between two very different governing structures it was just a matter of time before one of the bodies sought re-unification under their type of government That is the hardest thing for me to understand about our actions involving Korea The United States since its early days in sea trading have run over this country to satisfy our own interests We bombarded them into allowing us entry into Korea to trade We then bargained with the Japanese to allow the colonization of Korea Then we divided their country giving major rights to a communist power over half of it Every step of the way we have wreaked havoc on this country rather than play the role we publicize ourselves to be- defender of the free world Our role in the Korean conflict is as damaging in my opinion as
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