Korean War

By: Nicholas Miller Hour: 3

Who: During the Korean war, Korea was split up into North Korea and South Korea. North Korea was supported by the Soviet Union and the Peoples Republic of China, and South Korea was supported by the United States, Great Britian, and the United Nations.

What: The Korean War was first about protecting South Korea, but then it became all about Liberating North Korea from Communism.

When: The Korean war was from June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953.

Where: The Korean War was fought mainly in both North Korea and South Korea.

Why: Territory Dispute and unequal power between North and South Korea set off the Korean War.

How: Armed Forces from North Korea invaded and attacked South Korea, resulting in the Korean War.

Summary:

     The Korean War was a fight between North Korea, supported by the Soviet Union and the Peoples Republic of China, and South Korea, supported by the United States, Great Britian, and the United Nations. South Koreans main goal was to survive and liberate North Korea from Communism, and it lasted from June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953. The Korean war was fought in Korea because of unequal power between North and South Korea along with territory disputing, it technically started when North Korea sent Armed Forces to invade South Korea.

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