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Korean War

Summary: Details two of the causes that led to the Korean War and two major events in the Korean War which helped to shape its outcome.
As tensions in the Cold War mounted, the USSR was trying to expand the amount of communist lands in the world while the US was trying to contain communism. Because of this, many proxy wars arose between the two great powers, one of those being the Korean War. There are several reasons for the occurrence of the Korean War, as well as several factors for the outcome of the war. The two most significant reasons for the Korean War is the United States' supposed lack of interest in Korea, and the codependency that existed in the two Koreas. Additionally, the two major turning points of the war are the US/UN involvement on the southern nationalist side, and later Chinese involvement on the northern communist side.

After the United States and the USSR set up the governments in their respected sections of Korea, there was still a lot...

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