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Who led Korean forces in the Korean War? - Answers.com

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What country led the United Nations forces during the Korean War?
The US contributed the most troops and material during the Korean War .

What role did the United States play in the Korean war?
It led the United Nations forces.

Who was the general that led the allied forces in the Korean war?
Notably , Douglas MacArthur and Matthew Ridgeway .

Who led the United Nations' forces through most of the Korean War?
General Eisenhower

What American General led United Nations forces during the Korean War?
General Douglas MacArthur.

What great American general led American and 중년 남성 U.N. forces in the Korean War?
General Douglas MacArthur

Who led the united nation's forces through the Korean war?
General MacArthur in the beginning then later General Matthew Ridgeway...

Who were the NATO forces in the Korean War?
See the list on website: Korean War

Did the United States fight the Korean war?
US forces participated in the Korean war...

What events led to the Korean war?
North Korea's invasion of South Korea on June 25, 1950, led to the Korean War.

One major event that led up to the korean war was?
The Chinese Civil War was one significant event that led up to the Korean War. The Korean War lasted from June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953.

Start of the Korean war?
North Korea invading South Korea led to the Korean war.

How was the vietnam war different from the korean war?
Answer this question… The Vietnam War resulted in an increase in territory for communist forces, but the Korean War did not.

What triggered the war of Korean war?
Invasion of South Korea by North Korean forces in June 1950

The us participation in the Korean War?
yes, US forces participated in the korean war from 1950 to 1953

What events led up to the Korean War against the US?
The Korean War was the First "Hot" battle of the Cold War.

What did the north Korean troops do that led to the Korean war?
North Korean troops crossed in South Korea on June 25 1950 which started the Korean War...

How did the US stop the spread of communism after world war 2?
We engaged communist forces in the Korean and Vietnam wars which also led to the downfall of the soviet union

Did the U.S. get involved in the Korean War?
Yes. US forces participated in most of the Korean war battles

What event started the Korean war?
North Korean forces invaded South Korea.

The united nations were first fighting who in the Korean war?
North Korean invading forces

The Korean war broke out as a result of?
North Korean forces INVADED South Korea.

Why was inchon an important place in the Korean war?
In September 1950, the Allied Forces had a major amphibious assault at Inchon. This effectively cut the North Korean Army in half and led to the Allies establishing the 38th parallel as a demarcation .

Involvement of superpower in Korean War?
There were two major superpowers involved in the Korean War. There were the Chinese supporting the Northern Forces. And the US and United Nations were supporting the Southern Forces.

Who lead US forces in the Korean war?
The UN organized the US to be in the sanctioned forces in the Korean war and the leader was president Truman (1941-45) and Eisenhower (1953-61)

How did the Korean war affect African Americans?
The Korean War was the FIRST war in US History in which they were "Officially Integrated" into the US military forces.

What happened at inchon during the Korean war?
It was a Seaborn assault at Inchon by UN Forces in order to cut off North Korean forces.

How did the war in China differ from the Korean War?
Red Chinese Forces were in Korea. US/Allied Forces did not fight in China. Had US/Allied Forces entered Red China, the Soviet Union may have then entered the war. Joseph Stalin still led the Soviet Union at that time and he was no stranger to war; he had just defeated Hitler's Germany, with allied help...

In what war did Douglas MacArthur lead US forces?
General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) led US forces in the Pacific theater in World War II, and again as UN commander in the Korean War (1950-1953), until he was relieved of command by President Truman in 1951.

What was the commander of the UN forces in the Korean War?
According to wikipedia.org, General Douglas Macarthur was commander of the UN forces during the Korean War until he was relieved by President Harry Truman.

Why was the Korean War considered a limited war?
The Korean War was regarded as a "limited war" because neither side made an all out commitment of military forces .

How did the Cold War display itself in Korea?
The Cold War's first showdown was in the Korean War. Communist forces in North Korea wanted to overtake the entire country. South Korea was free and democratic. The United Nations forces, led by the United States, fought off North Korean, Chinese, and Russian troops to keep South Korea free.

What opposition formed during the Korean war?
The Korean War was the first "hot" battle of the COLD WAR. Communists verses the Free World Forces.

Why was Pusan so vital in the Korean War?
It was the final stand against North Korean superior forces before UN forces beat back the attacking North Korean elements.

Which battle led to the victory of the Patriot forces in the Revolutionary War?
the battle that led the victory of the patriot forces in the revolutionary war was the battle of Yorktown.

What happened in the Korean war in 1950 through 1953?
Fierce fighting among US and UN forces against North Korean and Chinese forces

Why did Dwight Eisenhower call it truce during World War 2?
General Eisenhower never called a truce in World War 2. His forces and the allied forces won World War 2 with the Japanese and Germans surrendering to the Allied forces. The Axis forces lost World War 2. You could be thinking of the Korean War when the allied forces repelled the North Korean Communist Forces back over the 38th Parallel. There was truce called in that war. The Korean war never had an armistice or...

When in the Korean War start?
June 25th, 1950 when North Korean forces attacked South Korea

Where did general Douglas MacArthur command US forces?
General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) led US forces in the Pacific in World War II, and again as UN commander in the Korean War (1950-1953), until he was relieved of command by President Truman in 1951.

What events led up to the Korean war?
The single major event leading up to the Korean War was a speech given by Dean Acheson, the American Sect of State. Acheson's speech on January 12, 1950, before the National Press Club did not mention the Korea Peninsula as part of the all-important "defense perimeter" of the United States, an omission that critics subsequently took to mean that the United States would not defend the RoK from communist attack It has been said that...

Who led the US army in the Korean War?
MacArthur then Ridgeway.

Who led the allied forces in Normandy during World War 2?
allied forces led by General Eisenhower

Which president led the peace talks that ended the Korean war?
Technically, the Korean War is still going on. There was never a peace treaty signed.

Where did the United Nations forces make an amphibious landing in the Korean war?
McAuthor landed forces at Inchon

When did tge Korean war start?
June 25, 1950, when Soth Korea was attacked by North Korean forces.

When did US forces enter the Korean War?
25 June 1950

How was the commander of us forces during the Korean war?
Douglas McArthur

Does Korea pay for us forces in Korea?
They helped in the Korean War.

Was china in the Korean war?
China originally formed a shadow force in the Korean War, supplying North Korean forces with equipment and training. However, as UN forces continued the campaign against the North Koreans, China ultimately entered the war openly, committing troops and resources to the fight, allying with the North Koreans against the UN forces deployed from the south.

Who is General Douglas MacArthur and what did he do during the Korean war?
he was a general in the Korean war and he led Americans through it till he got fired and was replaced by ridgway

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