The Soviet Union And North Korea During The Korean War

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This analysis will evaluate the reasons why the Soviet Union chose to deny that they militarily supported North Korea during the Korean War. This topic might confuse many because the Soviet Union and North Korea were allies during the Korean War and they also supplied weapons to North Korea, trained their soldiers, and even helped plan and approved the invasion of South Korea. I will conduct an investigation to determine the reason the Soviet Union chose to hide their support for North Korea and I will obtain the information from both the North Korean perspective and the Soviet perspective. To obtain the information needed for this investigation, I will use online resources and books.
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On the other hand, the disadvantages that came with the Korean War would be the loss of agriculture, a lot of property was wrecked, China’s relationship with the Soviet Union worsened, China was banned from the United Nation’s council, the United States and the Soviet Union relationship became worse, Soviet Union was forced into an expensive arms race with the United States, the United States failed to liberate North Korea and had conflicts with China.
The 38th Parallel divided North and South Korea and was established by the United States and the Soviet Union on August 10, 1945. The parallel divided into communist North Korea and anti-communist South Korea. Japanese troops that were north of the parallel line would be obligated to surrender to the Soviet troops while the troops in the south would have to surrender to the Americans.
On June 25, 1950 South Korea was invaded by North Korean forces, marking the beginning of any military action during the Cold War. To invade South Korea, North Korea had to receive the Soviet Union’s permission. Two days later on June 27, 1950 the United States joins the Korean War. On the 28th of June Seoul fell to communists. With the help of the Soviet Union, North Korea gained control of Taejon, Pyongyang, and Seoul (twice),
The very first jet-to-jet air battle took place on November 8, 1950 during the Korean War. The battle was “a quick, short aerial battle” (Dorr 125). The battle involved Soviet MiG-15 and American F-80C Shooting
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