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Korean Conflict

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Korean language War



Component to the Cold Battle

Clockwise from top: U. S. Marines retreating during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir; U. D. landing at Incheon harbor, starting point of the Battle of Inchon; Korean refugees looking at an AmericanM26 Pershing tank; U. S. Marine corps, led starting with LieutenantBaldomero Lopez, landing for Incheon;  F-86 Sabre fighter airplane. | Date| 25 06 1950 – twenty seven July 1953

(3 years,  1 month and 2 days)

Location| Korean Peninsula

Status| * The Korean Armistice Contract, acease-fire armistice * U. In. invasion of North Korea repelled * Chinese invasion of Southern Korea repelled * Korean Demilitarized Zoneestablished, little territorial change on the 38th parallel border, essentiallyuti possidetis| Local

changes| Korean Demilitarized Zone established; both sides obtained little line territory by the 38th seite an seite


*  South Korea *  United Nations around the world *  United States *  United Kingdom * (U. N. Quality 84)Combat support[show]Medical support[show]Other support[show]| *  North Korea 5.  China 2.  Soviet UnionMedical support[show]Other support[show]| Commanders and leaders

*  Rhee Syngman *  Douglas MacArthur

(Commander of the UNC) *  Chung Il-kwon *  Paik Sun-yup *  Shin Sung-mo 2.  Son Won-il *  Dwight Eisenhower *  Matthew Ridgway (Commander in the UNC) 2.  Mark Wayne Clark

(Commander of the UNC)| *  Kim Il-sung 2.  Pak Hon-yong *  Choi Yong-kun 2.  Kim Chaek *  Mao Zedong 2.  Peng Dehuai *  Deng Hua 5.  Joseph Stalin| Strength

*  602, 902[3] *  326, 863[4] *  14, 198[5][6]And others[show]Total: 972, 214| *  1, 350, 1000[10] *  266, 600[11] 2.  26, 500[12]Total: 1, 642, 600 Notice: The statistics vary by simply source; optimum unit durability varied during war. | Casualties and losses

Total: 178, 236 dead and 32, 844 missing

Total wounded: 566, 314Details[show]| Total dead: 367, 283-750, 282 Total wounded: 686, 500-789, 000Details[show]

* Total civilians killed/wounded:  2. 5 million (est. )[9] * South Korea:  990, 968 373, 599 killed[9]

229, 625 injured[9]

387, 744 abducted/missing[9] 5. North Korea:  1, 550, 000 (est. )[9]

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Korean language War

Hangul| 한국전쟁 or 조선전쟁

Hanja| 韓國戰爭 or 朝鮮戰爭

Revised Romanization| Hanguk Jeonjaeng or Joseon Jeonjaeng| McCune–Reischauer| Han'guk Chŏnjaeng or Chosŏn Chŏnjaeng| The Korean War (Korean: 한국전쟁 or 조선전쟁,  Hanja:  韓國戰爭 or 朝鮮戰爭; 25 June 1950 – 27 Come july 1st 1953)[22][a] was a battle between the Republic of Korea (South Korea), maintained the United Countries, and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), supported by the People's Republic of China and tiawan. It was mainly the result of the political division of Korea by an agreement of the victorious Allies at the conclusion of the Pacific War at the end of World War II. The Korean Peninsula was ruled by the Empire of Japan from 1910 until the end of World War II. Pursuing thesurrender of the Empire of Japan in September 1945, American administrators divided the peninsula along the 38th parallel, with U. S. armed service forcesoccupying the southern 50 percent and Soviet armed service forces occupying the northern 1 / 2.[24] The failing to hold cost-free elections through the entire Korean Peninsula in 1948 deepened the division between the two edges; the North established a communist govt, while the Southern region established a nominally democratic government. The 38th parallel increasingly started to be a personal border between the two Korean states. Although reunification negotiations continued inside the months preceding the warfare, tension become more intense. Cross-border skirmishes and raids at the 38th Parallel persisted. The situation increased into open warfare once North Korean forces occupied South Korea on 25 June 1950.[25] In 1950, the Soviet Union boycotted the United Nations...

Citations: Imperial Japanese rule (1910–1945)

Main content:  Korea below Japanese secret

Chinese City War (1945–1949)

Main content:  Chinese Detrimental War

For the Potsdam Conference (July–August 1945), the Allies unilaterally decided to divide Korea[57]—without asking the Koreans—in contradiction in the Cairo Meeting.[58][59][60]

On almost 8 September 1945, Lt

Span of the warfare

The warfare begins (June 1950)

United Nations response (July – September 1950)

A US howitzer position nearby the Kum River, 15 This summer.

Battle of Inchon (September 1950)

Main article:  Battle of Inchon