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A history of the Korean War

Summary: How the Korean War unfolded with an analysis of the causes and effects of the U.S. entrance into the war.
Over fifty years have passed since the appalling outbreak of the Korean War, and various alterations within the country have taken place to ensure a position in history for its significant cause. Yet, in the annals of American history, the war has become a "forgotten war," remembered vaguely by the few and underrated by the many. Perhaps, the major cause of this poignant fact lies within the timing and nature of the war. Fought between World War II, which ranks as the greatest war in American military history, and Vietnam War, which contrasts the Second World War and ranks as the worst war for the United States, the Korean War was forced into neglect by its inferior placement into history. The importance of the war, however, is one of great significance and its target objectives equal that of other turbulent military conflicts. Among other...

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