The Consequences of the Korean War

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  • Created on: 13-04-12 19:02

Impact of the war on Korea

  • To the US the Korean War was seen as a "limited war" yet to Koreans it was a total war. There was suffering and devastation, it was predicted that ten percent of the population had been killed/wounded/missing. About 600 homes were destroyed in the North and South.
  • The population of the North declined from 9 million to 7 million.
  • The War was seen as a tragedy and Korea remained divided, and…


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