Korean War, The

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The Korean War describes the conflict between communist North Korea an U.S.-supported South Korea for control of the Korean peninsula. A hot spot of military confrontation in the early years of the Cold War, the Korean conflict was officially a police action by the United Nations against North Korean aggression, but it was led by the U.S. military. In the end, despite huge losses on both sides, North and South Korea have remained two distinct countries divided by an artificial barrier between a people otherwise unite by language, history, and culture. This book explores the reasons for the Korean War, as well as the military actions and human suffering of a conflict that has often been called the “Forgotten War.”

Pages: 64

Pages: 64

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From the Atlas of Conflicts series, this book combines a readable narrative with numerous photographs and colorful maps. Also included are sidebars that capture interesting quotations and bits of information related to the text’s central themes.

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