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The Korean WarStudent Objectives1. Observe the ways Communism expanded inAsia and set the stage for the Korean War.2. Learn who fought in the Korean War andabout the wars stages.3. Discover the different effects of the KoreanWar.

The Korean WarNicknames of the Korean War:1. Americans Forgotten War2. A Police Action

The Korean WarCauses:1. China’s Civil War- Nationalists vs. Mao Zedong andthe Communists2. Japan’s loss of territory- After World War II, Japan will losethe Korean Peninsula.

The Korean War- The peninsula will be split in half atthe 38th parallel.

The Korean WarA. The Soviets will get the northern half andset up a communist government.-Leader will be Kim Il Sung

The Korean WarB. The U.S. will get the southern half andset up a democratic government.-Leader will be Syngman Rhee

The Korean WarInvasion:1. On June 27, 1950,North Korean troopswill cross the 38thparallel and invadeSouth Korea with thehelp of the SovietUnion.2. North Korean forceswill push South tothe Pusan Perimeter.

The Korean War3. The U.S. was worried that if the invasion ofSouth Korea would be allowed, it would meancontainment had been broken.

The Korean War4. A UN meeting was called to deal with theinvasion. The Soviet Union will walk out of themeeting giving the United States unanimousapproval for a resolution to call on membernations to come to the support of South Korea.5. A U.S. led coalition force will be formed toserve as a protectorate of South Korea.

The Korean War6. Forces will be led by General DouglasMacArthur who was based in Japan.

The Korean War7. General MacArthur’sdeveloped the Inchoninvasion which will helpthe coalition forcessurround the NorthKorean forces and laterdisperse and run back toNorth Korea.8. He will take backthe capital of Seoulin less than a week.

The Korean War9. Then coalition forces will push pass the 38thparallel north to the Chinese border at the YaluRiver.

The Korean War10. China warned theforces not to push anyfurther north.MacArthur ignored thewarning and inNovember, theChinese Army crossedthe Yalu into NorthKorea and attackedcoalitionforces.

The Korean War11. The Chinese and North Korean forces willpush the coalition forces back to the 38thparallel where the war will remain for the next 3years in a stalemate.

The Korean War12. Douglas MacArthurwanted permission toinvade China. Trumansaid no, and MacArthurattacked Truman’s policies.On April 11, 1951,President Truman firedMacArthur forinsubordination andappointed MatthewRidgeway to replace him.

The Korean War13. Peace talks were held at Panmunjombetween the two sides and lasted for more than2 years.14. Finally a truce was signed in 1953 by allsides, expect South Korea. It left Korea dividedexactly the same place as before the war.

The Korean WarEffects:A. 54,000 soldiers had been killedB. 103,000 woundedC. Containment had occurred without anuclear war.D. Military became integrated.E. Military spending increased and newjobs were created.

The Korean War

The Korean WarF. Shaped future U.S. policy in Asia:1. Led to a peace treaty with Japanin 19512. Diplomatic standoff with NorthKorea till today.

The Korean War Student Objectives 1. Observe the ways Communism expanded in Asia and set the stage for the Korean War. . Nicknames of the Korean War: 1. Americans Forgotten War 2. A Police Action. The Korean War Causes: 1. China's Civil War - Nationalists vs. Mao Zedong and the Communists 2. Japan's loss of territory - After World War II .

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