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To whatextent was the conflict in Korea an extension of the policy of containment Domino Theory Cold War 1945 1990 I KoreanGeography peninsula cultured bridge between Chinaand Japan 38th parallel Il Reasons for the conflict North Korea communism SouthKorea Democratic Moth K invadesSouth beginning of conflict T1 Level of public support
KRUHaQ WaU AQaO\VLV ObMHcWLYH What happened dXring the Korean War? HoZ did the Korean War continXe the US polic\ of containment? What Zas pXblic opinion aboXt the Korean War? GHRJUaSKLcaO CRQWH[W: ReYieZ the map beloZ and ansZer the anal\sis questions that folloZ. AQaO\VLV QXHVWLRQV: 1) Conte[tXali]ation: What is a peninsula? 2) Conte[tXali]ation: Which countries does the Korean Peninsula share a border Zith? 3) Anal\sis: HoZ man\ nations are on the Korean Peninsula? 4) Conte[tXali]ation: Which bodies of Zater surround the Korean Peninsula? 5) Conte[tXali]ation: Which other nations are close to the Korean Peninsula? 6) Anal\sis: Which continent is the Korean Peninsula on? It is a piece of land surrounded by water There are two: south and North Korea The countries are China and Russia The Sea of Japan and the Yellow Sea Japan is close to the Korean Peninsula It is on the continent of Asia
HLVWRULcaO CRQWH[W: ReYieZ the timeline beloZ, and ansZer the anal\sis questions on the ne[t page. TLPHOLQH RI WKH KRUHaQ WaU YHaU EYent Significance 1910 - 1945 Korea is occupied b\ Japan, Japan claims Korea as a colon\ AXJ 10WK 1945 After the defeat of Japan in World War 2, the United States and the SoYiet Union agree to a temporar\ diYision of Korea Š along the 38th Parallel U.S. forces occupied and administered the southern half, Zhile SoYiet troops Zould occup\ and administer the North Ɣ Korea is diYided b\ the SoYiet Union and the United States, much like German\, illustrates the struggle for balance of poZer betZeen US and SoYiets during the Cold War 1946 CiYil War breaks out in China - communists led b\ Mao -Tse -Tung face off Zith nationalists led b\ Chiang Kai-Shek Ɣ China shares a border Zith North Korea, could create a communist bloc in Asia Ma\ 1948 The United States sponsors elections in South Korea, South Korea elects an anti-communist Zho Zas educated in the United States SoYiets protest the election, encourage bo\cotting, SoYiets establish a communist regime in North Korea Ɣ U.S. installs an anti-communist democratic leader in South Korea, draZing the anger of the SoYiets AXJ - DHc 1948 The United States formall\ recogni]es the independence of South Korea, and arrangements begin for the ZithdraZal of U.S. forces from the region The SoYiets make a similar announcement regarding North Korea, and leaYe North Korea b\ the end of the \ear Ɣ While both poZers ŗleaYeŘ the Korean peninsula, both the SoYiets and Americans leaYe naYal poZer nearb\ in case of tension 1949 Mao -Tse -Tung claims Yictor\ in the Chinese CiYil War, China becomes a communist all\ of the SoYiet Union Ɣ Americans are fearful communism is spreading in Asia 1950 SoYiet Union and China form a militar\ alliance, promising to aid each other in Zar Ɣ

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