The Consequences Of The Korean War

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In conclusion on July 27, 1953 the Korean war ended in a stalemate between the North, South and the countries that lending aid to both countries which were the United States, Soviet Union, and China. The North and South had both agreed to an armistice which ultimately ended the war in a draw between the two, many lives were lost on both sides, also including the troops that were sent in by the United States and the Chinese. This armistice was to create a committee to decide whether POW’s would be a sent back to their homelands or not. Eventually the POW’s were able to decide for themselves whether or not to return or leave. The Korean war had last for 3 long brutal years and much of the native and nonnative blood shed. To this day North Korea

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