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    On June 25‚ 1950‚ the Korean War begins when North Korean troops invade South Korea‚ but the report goes largely unnoticed in Seattle. Seattle’s principal role during the three-year conflict will be as a port of embarkation through which personnel and materiel flow to the Far East. News of the invasion by North Korea came on a Sunday. The first indication of the seriousness of the event came the next day when military installations in Puget Sound and in Alaska were placed on full alert. Even after

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    The Korean War tallied up to 2.5 million deaths both military and citizens. No one can deny that the Korean War was a large one that led to many lives lost on either side. But to this day both North and South haven’t signed a peace treaty instead they made an agreement to make the demilitarized zone to exchange prisoners. They are both technically at war with one another making 2017 the 67th year since the war started even though the fighting ended back in 1953. The Korean War was a war between

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    Korean War The first significant Canadian event that I picked was the Korean War. The Korean War was a conflict in Korea between North and South Korea spanning from June 25th 1950 to July 27th 1953‚ the south backed by the United Nations and the north backed by China with some material aid from the Soviets. The war was started due to a political division of Korea due to an agreement with the allied forces after WW II. After that the American administrators proceeded in dividing the Korean Peninsula

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    The Causes of the Korean War‚ 1950-1953 Ohn Chang-Il Korea Military Academy ABSTRACT The causes of the Korean War (1950-1953) can be examined in two categories‚ ideological and political. Ideologically‚ the communist side‚ including the Soviet Union‚ China‚ and North Korea‚ desired to secure the Korean peninsula and incorporate it in a communist bloc. Politically‚ the Soviet Union considered the Korean peninsula in the light of Poland in Eastern Europe—as a springboard to attack Russia—and

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    in resolving the Korean War. This is because USA prolonged the war‚ and made it international by getting China involved. However‚ USA was also a help because it provided the South with the manpower to fight back against the North Korean army and by pushing them back to the 38th parallel. The intervention of USA was more of a hindrance because the USA prolonged the war by invading into the North Korean territory when they could have actually ended the fight with the North Koreans at the 38th parallel

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    Matthew Brown Professor Summer Jenkins ENG 112 11am 7 April 2013 North and South: War on the Korean Peninsula War on the Korean Peninsula is always a possibility. While most experts agree that “Korean War II” is not imminent‚ the actions of the new North Korean leader‚ Kim Jong Un‚ lead the United States to ponder the possibility of another Korean War. Andrew Salmon shows in his article “Korean nightmare: Experts ponder potential conflict” the devastating loss of life on both sides‚ the

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    compensate for is what would South Korea do if attacked by North Korea either with nuclear power or ground troops and etc. While political and military analysts sound pretty confident that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s threats are just bluster‚ you can’t get around the fact that the region encompassing the Korean peninsula is one of the most heavily militarized places on Earth‚ home to three of the world’s six-largest militaries. America doesn’t have as much insight as we should with regards to the

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    standing‚ and politics of South Korea. The Korean peninsula extends about 1‚100 km from the southern part of the Asian mainland and South Korea occupies the southern portion with

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    proposed by U.S. president Harry S. Truman on August 15th 1945. 2. The reason the 38th parallel was established is because the United States didn’t want the Soviet Union to have complete control over the entire Korean peninsula. 3. The 38th parallel is also known as the Korean Demilitarized zone or DMZ. 4. It is approximately 2½ miles wide and runs east coast to west coast across the peninsula and is heavily guarded on both

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    ref=global-home Summary: The article describes how the relationship between North and South Korea has reached its worst point in many years this Tuesday. The connection was already strained due to the sinking of a South Korean warship and now it has reached a place where the South Korean president has renamed the North as its archenemy‚ and the North‚ in return‚ has severed its few remaining ties with the South. The actions of both countries have been major—the North banned the South’s ships and airplanes

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    sanctions and international pressure. The sanctions exist because of the resolution of the war and the attempt of the United States to limit the spread of communism. The sanctions have since been outdated‚ but because of the fear of the unstable North Korean government‚ the sanctions have been kept as a deterrent. The tensions have been at boiling point especially in the last few years‚ hopefully the United States can take action to peacefully smooth over the oncoming conflict. Before the war began‚

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    their country Korea split into two countries. A Republic of Korea was set up in the lower half of the Korean Peninsula and a Communist-style government was set up in the northern half. A war broke out among the two neighboring countries. The attacks stopped in 1953 when an armistice was signed. This split the two Koreas into North Korea and South Korea. The split runs along a demilitarized zone along the 38th parallel. As South Korea flourished in all aspects such as economy and socialization

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    end‚ the reader discovers that the government has been behind a conspiracy to save humanity through questionable or cruel means. The same can be said about the government of North Korea‚ which has been in place since the failed reunification of the Korean territory in 1948. To date‚ the totalitarian of North Korea government has brainwashed its citizens through state-sponsored media (the only kind of media) and the total censorship of information from the outside world. North

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    CAUSES OF INTERNAL CONFLICTS Competing territory is an important cause of internal conflict. An example is the conflict over border between China and India in 1947.  When India gained independence from Britian‚ it inherited the frontier drawn by the British; while China protested that it had not agreed to the frontier. It was difficult to have a clear border between the two countries because much of their frontier lies in the inaccessible Himalayas. In 1958‚ China announced that it had built

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    Remember when Bill Clinton went to the North Korea-South Korea Demilitarized Zone? As you can see above‚ he was looking into binoculars through the lens caps. What is amazing is that he knew obviously that the lens caps were on‚ but he had to fake it‚ because to be seen taking the lens cap off after having had the binoculars to his eyes would have not been a good photo-op‚ and Clinton lives and dies by the photo-op. So the guy just continued to stand there and look through those binocs with the lens

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    or government on the peninsula. The Koreans hoped to establish a country of their own and live peacefully‚ but without any negotiation with the Koreans‚ the USA and USSR suddenly divided the peninsula at the 38th parallel. The North side would be controlled under socialism and the south side would be controlled under capitalism. Soon the communist forces of the North‚ led by Kim iI Sung‚ attacked the South on June 25th‚ 1950. This was the start of the Korean war‚ which is still happening. The

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    down‚ I took the initiative to ask around the family to get to know him. Sometimes I even regret asking that question. Born into a rich North Korean family he lived through 2 eras- the Korean War (25 June 1950- 27 July 1953) and The Japanese Occupation of Korea 1910–1945. Can you imagine all the suffering and pain? At age 19 he was kidnapped by the North Korean army and forced to fight for the “greater good”. Without even a notice‚ a goodbye‚ or the sight of his parents he was taken to fight‚ for all

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    the $10 billion during 2006-2007.[1] During the 1997 Asian financial crisis‚ South Korean businesses sought to increase access to the global markets‚ and began trade investments with India.[1] The last two presidential visits from South Korea to India were in 1996 and 2006‚[2] and the embassy works between the two countries are seen as needing improvements.[3] Recently‚ there have been acknowledgments in the Korean public and political spheres that expanding relations with India should be a major

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    Foreign Service) A large percentage of the population remains susceptible to malnutrition and their living conditions continue to worsen as energy shortages shut down factories and further reduce the ability of the country to feed itself. Although the Korean War ended in 1953 with an armistice‚ tensions remain. As a consequence‚ the regime continues to spend huge sums and devote scare resources to feeding and maintaining a huge and menacing army. Environmental Changes as Causes of Acute Conflict Information

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    a) Korean War (1950~1953) After ruled by Japan‚ the Korean War (25 June 1950 – 27 July 1953) had happened between South Korea and North Korea. South Korea was supported by the United Nations and North Korea was supported by China and the Soviet Union. The war was terribly continued till 1953 and both sides had suffered heavy casualties as follows.   South North Dead 178‚426 367‚283-750‚282 Missing 32‚925   Wounded 566‚434 686‚500-789‚000 Apparently‚ this war broke

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