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DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on
DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on
The Korean War
The Korean War
Leading to the Korean War
Leading to the Korean War
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DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on
The First Attack
The First Attack
“What the Communists, the North Koreans, were doing was nothing new…
“What the Communists, the North Koreans, were doing was nothing new…
The US Enters the War
The US Enters the War
US Fights in Korea
US Fights in Korea
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DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on
US Fights in Korea
US Fights in Korea
DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on
DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on
US Fights in Korea
US Fights in Korea
The Chinese Fight Back
The Chinese Fight Back
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DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on
The Chinese Fight Back
The Chinese Fight Back
MacArthur vs
MacArthur vs
Stalemate
Stalemate
Effects on the US
Effects on the US

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1 DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on

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the back. HW – Read 773-778, answer questions 2 and 4

2 The Korean War

The Korean War

1950-1953

3 Leading to the Korean War

Leading to the Korean War

Japan had controlled Korea since 1910 August 1945, Japanese troops surrendered to SU and US SU controlled N. Korea = Communist US controlled S. Korea = Non-Communist North Korea all the industry, South Korea all the agriculture 1949, both SU and US withdrew troops, left North and South staring bitterly at one another

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5 The First Attack

The First Attack

June 25, 1950 – N. Korea invaded S. Korea Alarmed US who did not want another Asian country to fall to communism Truman decided to take military action

6 “What the Communists, the North Koreans, were doing was nothing new…

“What the Communists, the North Koreans, were doing was nothing new…

Hitler and Mussolini and the Japanese were doing exactly the same thing in the 1930s… Nobody had stood up to them. And that is what led to the Second World War.” ~Truman

7 The US Enters the War

The US Enters the War

Truman ordered Naval/Air support for S. Korea Robert Taft of Ohio, said President had taken Congress’ power to declare war UN Security Council adopted US resolution to help S. Korea ? SU was not present to veto 16 nations sent 520,000 troops, 90% were American 590,000 S. Korean troops Combined under command of General Douglas MacArthur

8 US Fights in Korea

US Fights in Korea

N. Korean forced troops into small zone in S. Korea called Pusan

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10 US Fights in Korea

US Fights in Korea

N. Korean forced troops into small zone in S. Korea called Pusan MacArthur’s miracle counter attack began on Sept 15, 1950 Amphibious landing at Inchon, able to chase invaders out of S. Korea

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12 US Fights in Korea

US Fights in Korea

N. Korean forced troops into small zone in S. Korea called Pusan MacArthur’s miracle counter attack began on Sept 15, 1950 Amphibious landing at Inchon, able to chase invaders out of S. Korea War changed from Defensive to Offensive As Americans got closer to Korea’s border with Manchuria, US received threats that China would get involved MacArthur dismissed the warning, stated war would be over by Thanksgiving

13 The Chinese Fight Back

The Chinese Fight Back

November 25, 300,000 Chinese soldiers came to N. Korean aid By January 1951, N. Korean side recaptured Seoul MacArthur wants full attack on China to end stalemate in Korea 1. Blockade China’s coast 2. Use Atomic Bombs 3. Get Chiang Kai Shek’s troops to invade S. China Truman rejected requests SU had mutual-assistance pact with China, could set off WW3 Instead of attacking China, US forces advanced once more north. March 1951, everything was as it was before any fighting began

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15 The Chinese Fight Back

The Chinese Fight Back

November 25, 300,000 Chinese soldiers came to N. Korean aid By January 1951, N. Korean side recaptured Seoul MacArthur wants full attack on China to end stalemate in Korea 1. Blockade China’s coast 2. Use Atomic Bombs 3. Get Chiang Kai Shek’s troops to invade S. China Truman rejected requests SU had mutual-assistance pact with China, could set off WW3 Instead of attacking China, US forces advance north once more. March 1951, everything was as it was before any fighting began

16 MacArthur vs

MacArthur vs

Truman

MacArthur not happy with just recapturing S. Korea ? went public against Truman’s decision Truman relieved MacArthur of his command April 11, 1951 Public outraged, Poll said “69% backed MacArthur” After MacArthur stampeded around the country, and Truman laid low, he finally made his case At a committee hearing, Truman had witnesses discuss the need for a limited war, Committee agreed, and public switched to believe Truman was right.

17 Stalemate

Stalemate

June 1951, the SU unexpectedly called for a cease fire Truce talks began in July 1951, agreed on 2 points Cease fire line at existing battle line Demilitarized zones between opposing sides Another year over exchange of prisoners July 1953, armistice finally signed ending war, stalemate at best N. Korea had been pushed back, communism contained without a world war, and without use of A-Bomb BUT Korea was still 2 nations instead of one

18 Effects on the US

Effects on the US

54,000 Americans died Cost between $20 and 22 billion Democrats lost 1952 election, partially due to cost of war and inability to win Korean War increased fear of Communist aggression Lead to a hunt for spies on whom to blame Communist gains

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