Korean%20War0 - I was plenty scared, but who wasn’t? I...

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The Cold War Gets Warm
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Background First Sino-Japanese War Japan rules Korea USSR enters WWII against Japan After War Korea divided @ 38 th Parallel
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Asian Situation North Korea Communist Kim Il Sung Kim Jung Il South Korea Democratic Syngman Rhee China Needs to be watched
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Going to War Invasion Soviet backed North Korean Offensive June – Sept ‘50 UN Security Council Does it get involved?
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America Arrive Initial Landing Puson Inchon Landing Seoul Pyonyang N. Korean capital Is China a threat?
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Chinese Offensive 500,000 Chinese troops come to N. Korea’s aid General Peng Dehuai Catches UN forces by surprise Chosin Reservoir US forces surrounded Hungnam UN destroys in retreat
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It was enough to make your hair stand on end…When the bugles died away we heard a voice through a megaphone and then the blast of a police whistle.
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Unformatted text preview: I was plenty scared, but who wasn’t? I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw them in the moonlight. It was like the snow coming to life, and they were shouting and shaking their fists--just raising hell…The Chinese didn’t come at us by fire and maneuver…they came in a rush like a pack of wild dogs. Even though I was ready it was a terrible shock.”--Martin Russ, Breakout Stalemate UN counter-offensive by February By March back to 38 th parallel Front stabilizes Advent of jets MiG Alley Helicopters Escalate? Cooling Down Panmunjon Armistice signed S. Korea occupied to guard against spread Japan Revive economy Taiwan Counter-balance...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course ENC 101 taught by Professor Green during the Spring '12 term at University of Florida.

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