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  • for the Chinese/North Koreans - an estimated 2 to 4m were killed or wounded. Millions more Korean civilians died. The Korean war was the first time the
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  • War Open WikiBook The Cold War Introduction - Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War
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  • South Korean President Kim Il Sung was born in 1912, he became the President of North Korea in 1972 1950.6.25 North Korean army invaded South Korea Pusan
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  • North Korean and eventually Chinese troops. In U.S. parlance, Korea was officially termed a U.N. police action, not a war. What caused the Korean War? Korea
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  • Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising - Cuban Missile Crisis - USSR under Gorbachev - USA
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  • USA had little choice but to rely on its nuclear threat, as after World War Two, the USA had demobilised its fighting men, whereas the USSR had not.
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  • Berlin Airlift Korean War The mid-20th Century Hungarian Revolution Prague Spring The Space Race Cuban Missile Crisis The Guerilla Wars Vietnam Afghanistan
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  • an hour. The Cold War Introduction - Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising -
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  • ended the Cold War. The Cold War Introduction - Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising
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  • Russia. The Cold War Introduction - Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising -
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  • Cold War The Cold War Cold War (notes) Decolonisation Korean War Space Exploration Sino-Soviet Split Earl Lincoln Poole Vietnam War War over Kashmir
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  • affairs. The Cold War Introduction - Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising -
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  • January 1951 they had taken the South Korean capital, Seoul. The US intended to do whatever it took to win the Korean War. It even planned on using the atomic
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  • - 1989). The Cold War Introduction - Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising -
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  • political union as well). In 1950 Canada sent combat troops to Korea during the Korean War as part of the United Nations forces. The federal government's
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  • Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising - Cuban Missile Crisis - USSR under Gorbachev - USA
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  • Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising - Cuban Missile Crisis - USSR under Gorbachev - USA
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  • Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising - Cuban Missile Crisis - USSR under Gorbachev - USA
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  • 000 Chinese communist volunteers joined war for North Korea. 1953: Armistice ends fighting in the Korean War. 1955: Warsaw Pact is formed Treaty of friendship
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  • and II). The Cold War Introduction - Background - Strategy - Truman Doctrine - Marshall Plan - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Uprising -
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