Korean War

korea under japanese rule
Korean War

Korea Under Japanese Rule

Imperial Japan severely diminished the influence of China over Korea in the First Sino-Japanese War (1894–95), ushering in the short-lived Korean Empire.[72] A decade later,

division of korea
Korean War

Division of Korea

The division of Korea began with the defeat of Japan in World War II. During the war, the Allied leaders considered the question of Korea’s

chinese civil war
Korean War

Chinese Civil War

The Chinese Civil War was fought between the Kuomintang-led government of the Republic of China and forces of the Chinese Communist Party, continuing intermittently since

battle of inchon
Korean War

Battle of Inchon

The Battle of Incheon (Korean: 인천상륙작전; Hanja: 仁川上陸作戰; RR: Incheon Sangnyuk Jakjeon), also spelled Battle of Inchon, was an amphibious invasion and a battle of

pusan perimeter offensive
Korean War

Pusan Perimeter Offensive

The Pusan Perimeter offensive was a large-scale offensive by United Nations Command (UN) forces against North Korean forces commencing on 16 September 1950. UN forces,

second battle of seoul
Korean War

Second Battle of Seoul

The X Corps entered Seoul the morning of September 25th. By mid-afternoon, elements of the 7th Infantry Division crossed the Han River and captured Namsan

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Korean War

UN Offensive into North Korea

The UN offensive into North Korea was a large-scale offensive in late 1950 by United Nations (UN) forces against North Korean forces. On 27 September

korean armistice agreement
Korean War

Korean Armistice Agreement

The Korean Armistice Agreement is an armistice that brought about a complete cessation of hostilities of the Korean War. It was signed by United States