The grief did not last very long because the U.N. decided to take a firm stand. Due to the belief of a domino theory in which communism would fall and spread to countries through the initiation of the Marxist idealism in the Soviet Union, the U.S. sent U.N. troops to assist the South Koreans in their war. The arrival of U.N. troops greatly boosted the South, giving hope and strength to push the North Korean and Chinese troops back. Eventually losing most of the South’s territories, the South Koreans fled to Nakdong River, near Busan where North Koreans were finally halted for the first time and lost their chance of almost winning the war. The troops arrived continuously from both sides as the constant warfare depleted both sides’ army. With more soldiers, General MacArthur of the U.N. army led the South Korean and U.N. armed forces to Inchon, a major source of supply for the North. With the U.N.’s successful victory in Wolmi-do, the U.N. was able to land their troops on Inchon beach grounds and cut the North’s... [continues]
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