Lessons for Korean War

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  • Korean Comfort Women - … Korea and through the end of World War II. Essential Questions: 1. Who were the Korean Comfort women? 2. What have been … the help of a Korean man. They later married, but she lost her husband and children during the Korean War. In an interview … the shortage of comfort women toward the end of Word War II, Korean village leaders were ordered to send young women to … that war compensation between Japan and Korea was settled in a 1965 agreement on war reparations. His comment disappointed the Korean and Japanese …
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  • Korean War - … : Korean War Lesson Author: Tommy George and Gina Rumbolo Key Words: “Forgotten War,” 38th Parallel, Soviet Union, Marshall Plan, Truman Doctrine, Korean Conflict, Korean Peninsula … . Essential Knowledge (minimum for SOL Resource Guide) The Korean War • American involvement in the Korean War in the early 1950s reflected the American policy … ): What were the causes of the Korean War or why did the U.S. enter the Korean War (based on differing perspectives by the …
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  • The Korean War - … the important American World War II/Cold War leaders. Links The Korean War Project An extensive web-based resource on the war. American Forces Network … the Korean War This site is dedicated to all those who served their country during the Korean War. Korean War FAQ A discussion on the war from the Chinese perspective. Korean War Historical Documents Links to historical documents related to the Korean War. Vocabulary …
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  • US History - … the Vietnam War hastens a lot of images and emotions in students minds, the Korean War also known as the forgotten war often brings … identify aspects of the Korean War; identify aspects of the Vietnam War; and evaluate the differences between the two wars. Specifically students should notice … Korea e. The Koreans during the Korean War (Meant to focus on indigenous people) f. The Vietnamese during the Vietnam War Researching Students are …
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  • A Debate Of The 38th Parallel: Was It Right? - … . o Sandler, Stanley. The Korean War: An Enclyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing, 1995. o United States of America Korean War Commemoration http://korea50.army.mil/ • United States military celebration of the Korean War. Of course, this website is totally from the American perspective but still useful. o Korean War maps http://www …
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  • A New Red Menace? - … Korean citizens feel about them? -How did the Korean war start, and which countries supported and opposed South Korea? -What effect did World War II have on the Korean peninsula … , proxy war, buffer zone, appeasement and treaty. 2. Read and review Ha Jin's "War Trash" (2005) or another book about the Korean War
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  • Personal Accounts of the Korean Civil War 1950 - 1953 - … Accounts of the Korean Civil War 1950 - 1953 Purpose One: To enable students to examine primary source documents from the war and compare … short and long term consequences of the war to the Korean people and the Cold War mentality of the American political and military … Richard Peters and Xiaobing Li, Voices for the Korean War: Personal Stories of American, Korean, and Chinese Soldiers, The University Press of Kentucky …
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  • Unit on the Korean War - Unit on the Korean War Introduction: In this unit, students will learn general information on the Korean War… such as important dates, terms, events … .PRITZKERMILITARYLIBRARY.ORG © 2007 Pritzker Military Library. Korean War Cross Word Puzzle Across 1. year the Korean War ended 5. placed in command of U.S. troops in Korea 9. president of the U.S. during Korean War 10 …
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  • News Flash: The End of the Cold War - … : Korean War begins. 1952: U.S. tests first hydrogen bomb in Marshall Islands. 1953: Soviet Union tests first hydrogen bomb. 1953: Korean War ends … : Korean War begins. 1952: U.S. tests first hydrogen bomb in Marshall Islands. 1953: Soviet Union tests first hydrogen bomb. 1953: Korean War ends … : Korean War begins. 1952: U.S. tests first hydrogen bomb in Marshall Islands. 1953: Soviet Union tests first hydrogen bomb. 1953: Korean War ends …
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  • Korea and the Korean War - … indirectly led to the outbreak of the Korean War? Answer: Against the will of the Koreans the Americans continued attempting to threaten the … to the outbreak of the Korean War? Answer: The Japanese became interested in the resources of the Korean peninsula. After successfully battling both … presented to the class before teaching about the Korean War itself. Materials • • • Copies of The War in Korea by E. B. Fincher (or …
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