Korean War Facts
The Korean War took place within the period of 25th June, 1950 and 27th July, 1953. The battling parties included North Korea, with Chinese assistance about halfway through, and South Korea along with the United Nations. The subject of the battle was communism.
Over 3 million lives were lost. However, the war prevented communism to enter the boundaries of South Korea. It marked the beginning of the infamous Cold War. It is often referred to as “The Forgotten War”, because of its occurrence which was just after World War 2, and just prior to the Vietnam War. Interesting fact is that there was a first major use of jet powered aircraft in Korean War.
Who Won The Korean War?
This is a very interesting question. Was there a winner? Perhaps the real winner was the Military Industrial Complex. The MIC was able to scare the world into thinking big, bad and dangerous communism was going to overthrow all free nations. This of course necessitated the spending of trillions of dollars on military equipment and campaigns.
The Korean War ushered in the Cold War which included the Vietnam War, but what has been accomplished? Millions of lives are gone forever and trillions of dollars spent on the Military Industrial Complex and politic interests. So again, you tell us who won the Korean War??????
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