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What did the north Korean troops do that led to the Korean war? - Answers.com

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North Korean troops crossed in South Korea on June 25 1950 which started the Korean War...

What did North Korea gain from the Korean war?
combat experience for 경제아름다운 중년 north korean troops

When did Chinese troops enter the Korean War to help north Koreans?
Chinese troops entered the Korean War about December 1950

Why are US military troops in south Korea?
During the Korean war the North Korean troops took over almost the whole Korean peninsula. Only due the US led UN troops intervention did the South Korean survive. After Some back and forth fighting with the US + South Korean troops agains North Korean + Chinese troops did the border stabilize where it stands today. US troops remain in South Korea as a deterrant against Norths invasion and to uphold the peace in the peninsula.

What did Americans do during the Korean war?
fought North Korean and Chinese troops

Where did North Korean troops get their weapons during the Korean war?
From Russia and China.

What was beginning of Korean war?
The Korean War began when North Korean troops swept across the thirty-eighth parallel and quickly drove the troops of the Republic of Korea to the toe of the Korean peninsula.

Who attacked the united nations troops in Korea?
North Korean and Chinese troops at various locations during the Korean War

What country sent troops to North Korea to help fight the Korean war?
China sent troops during the Korean war to the North to help them fight the South. Russia gave the North and China weapons.

What events led to the Korean war?
North Korea's invasion of South Korea on June 25, 1950, led to the Korean War.

Start of the Korean war?
North Korea invading South Korea led to the Korean war.

What country led the United Nations forces during the Korean War?
The US contributed the most troops and material during the Korean War .

Where did the Korean War begin?
in June 1950, North Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel that separates North Korea from South Korea and was the cause for the Korean war (conflict)

During this war general MacArthur led troops ashore at inchon?
Korean conflict .

What US general led the United Nations troops in the Korean War?
Douglas MacArthur

How did the Korean war began?
the crossing of the 38 parallel by armed North Korean troops into South Korea

What was the course of UN war aims during the Korean war?
to clear south Korea from occupation by north Korean and Chinese troops

In what city did the Korean war begins?
The war started when North Korean troops crossed the 38th Parallel and invaded South Korea.

Did American troops and south Korean troops fight against each other during the Korean war?
No, they fought together against the North Koreans.

How did the USSR and China impact the Korean war?
They supplied North Korea with war materials and troops.

What triggered the beginning to the Korean war?
North Korean troops invaded South Korea on June 25, 1950

When did the Korean war begin and why?
On June 25 1950 North Korean troops attacked South Korea with no warning...

How many US troops were sent in the Korean War?
The troops were not sent in the Korean war

Is the Korean War still going on today?
not directly. but incidents still occur as in sniping by North Korean troops and assaults by them................

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How did the Korean War influence American policy in Vietnam?
The Korean War (1950-1953) directly influenced US Presidents from (not) invading North Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The invasion of NORTH Korea during the Korean War, led directly to Red China's entrance into the Korean War.

Who commanded troops in the Korean War and opposed President Truman's Korean war strategy?
Douglas MacArthur commanded troops in the Korean War and opposed President Truman's Korean war strategy.

What country sent hundreds of thousands of troops to fight alongside North Korean forces in the Korean War?
The People's Republic of China.

Who sent the troops to help north Korea?
During the Korean war, China sent troops to help North Korea. The Soviet Union (Russia) also helped.

What triggered the beginning of the korean war-?
The Korean war was started when North Korean troops crossed over the 38th parallel and invaded the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to the west and the Republic of Korea to the south.

In 1950 The North Korean plan to unite all of Korea led to?
The Vietnam War

Which side did China take in the Korean War?
China backed North Korea against the UN troops.

How did the Cold War display itself in Korea?
The Cold War's first showdown was in the Korean War. Communist forces in North Korea wanted to overtake the entire country. South Korea was free and democratic. The United Nations forces, led by the United States, fought off North Korean, Chinese, and Russian troops to keep South Korea free.

What triggered the beginning of the Korean War?
The Korean War began when troops from North Korea crossed over the 38th Parallel and invaded the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to the west and the Republic of Korea to the south. This was the first military action of the Cold War. In July of that year (1950), American troops entered the war. The invasion of South Korea. North Korean invasion of South Korea on June 25 1950.

What led to to Korean war?
An unprovoked attack by North Korea on South Korea in June 1950

Which aspect of the Korean War indicates that it was a part of the Cold War as well as a civil war?
Many of the troops who supported North Korea were Chinese, while many of the troops who fought for South Korea were American.

What countries supported North Korea during the Korean war?
Red Chinese troops and Soviet equipment and technicians.

Who stared the Korean War?
North Korea. Their troops crossed the 38 parallel into South Korea in June 1950

How was the UN involved in the Korean war?
they were involved by sending troops to help south Korea fight north Korea.

Why is the Korean war important?
the Korean war was important because it had such a big influence on Korean history and present time, there are American troops stationed across Korea, and the war has started conflicts between the north and south, this separation of north and south Korea keeps many countries under the threats of north Korea, this makes north Korea probably the only communist country

Who are the army's that were in the Korean war?
The Soviet Union occupied the North and the United States had the South. North Korea became a communist nation. And South Korea became a democratic nation. In 1950, North Korean troops invaded South Korea. The United Nations sent troops from the United States to help defend South Korea. Chinese troops joined North Korea.

What was a major difference between the Korean War and the Vietnam War?
The Korean War was a United Nations force supporting South Korea against a North Korean-Chinese invasion. The Vietnam War was a US-led coalition supporting South Vietnam against a North Vietnam invasion supported by China and Russia.

What happened when the Korean War began?
When 75,000 troops from communist North Korea invaded South Korea, the United States sent troops to help South Korea in a war that lasted three years.

Was china in the Korean war?
China originally formed a shadow force in the Korean War, supplying North Korean forces with equipment and training. However, as UN forces continued the campaign against the North Koreans, China ultimately entered the war openly, committing troops and resources to the fight, allying with the North Koreans against the UN forces deployed from the south.

What factors led to the Korean War?
The major factors that led to the Korean War were internal and external in nature. Internally, differences between competing Korean political parties were eventually considered to be beyond peaceful resolution and finally sparked the conflict. Externally, powerful nations (principally China and the United States) sought to influence the outcome, with each backing a different side. This led to an aggravation of the internal conflict and the involvement of foreign troops on Korean soil.

How many American troops fought in the Korean War?
In total about 480,000 Americans served in the Korean War.

What did Douglass MacArthur do after world war two?
General MacArthur led U.S. troops and NATO (or it's predecessor) LAND troops in the Pacific Theater in the Korean Conflict / war. And said ' Old Soldiers Never Die. They Fade Away".

What was the initial response of the US to the outbreak of war in Korea?
The US sent troops into Korea from Japanese military bases where US troops were stationed to help South Korea resist the North Korean invasion . The intervention of Chinese troops widened the war .

How many troops fought in the Korean War?
Around 1,500,000 troops total.

Which country did the us fight in Korean war?
North Korea. Also, the American troops spent a lot of time fighting the Chinese since China sent in troops to support North Korea, just as the U.S. sent in troops to support South Korea.

Why did China try to become involved in the Korean War?
China WAS involved in the Korean war. They provided North Korea with supplies and in the later part of 1950 sent thousands of Chinese troops into North Korea, attacking US forces, causing a retreat by US forces.

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