Consequences of the Korean War

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  • Created on: 21-11-14 17:41

FOR KOREA:

  • 10% of the population killed, wounded or missing
  • 600,000 homes destroyed
  • reduction of population in north from 9mil to 7mil
  • Korea remained divided;
    - NK reamined as it was in the 1950s with a dictator and low living standards, remains a communist country
    - south remained an authoritarian state for many years, democracy slowly developed

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