Why did the Korean War start?


The Korean War seemed to be a war between South Korea and North Korea, because the north wanted to expand beyond its 49 parallel and the south wouldn't hear of it. This was true but really the superpowers (USA and Russia) were just using it as a front to combat each other. USA started the war to undermine Communism and protect the American way of life.
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Korean War (1950-1953)
The Korean War began with a surprise attack June 25, 1950, when eight divisions and an armored brigade (90,000 soldiers) of the North Korean People's Army (NKPA) attacked in three columns across the 38th parallel and invaded the Republic... More »
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The war between North and South Korea started on June 25th, 1950 when troops from the North came down across the 38th parallel to try to unify the two countries through force.
The Korean War (1950-1953) is located in the Far East (the east end of Asia). What is sometimes referred to as the "Gulf Wars" is located in Southwest Asia, the opposite
The Korean War began when America intervened in the communist revolution
The simplified (perhaps. overly. simplified) reason why the Korean War started in 1950 rather than some other time was because Stalin gave the OK to Kim Il-Sung to invade South Korea
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