We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byAngelina Donahue
Modified over 3 years ago
Election of 1948 Rep. Control Congress Rep. – Tom Dewey – moderate Democrats Split –Harry S. Truman –Strom Thurmond –Henry A. Wallace
Fair Deal Min. Wage Soc. Sec. Clear Slums Low Income Homes TVA But lost on… Civil Rights Natl Health Ins. Repeal of Tariff Fed aid to Education Farm Incomes
USSR takes control to 38 th parallel 1948 – S. Korea - Rhee elected president N. Korea declares Peoples Republic North militarizes, South does not June 25, 1950 North attacks
June 27 th, U.N. reacts General Douglas MacArthur –Pusan –Invades Inchon
Mac Arthur on his own Mission Communists Chinas threat Mac Arthur to the Yalu River Volunteer Chinese Back to the 38 th parallel
April 11, 1951 – Mac Arthur fired
Peace Talks June 1951 Panmunjon – 2 years July 27, 1953 Truce Police Action Casualties
Modern satellite image of North and South Korea at night. Notice the lack of lights in North Korea due to lack of power.
The Cold War Era President Harry S. Truman.
KOREA THE COLD WAR BEYOND EUROPE. THE KOREAN WAR A grief stricken American infantryman whose buddy has been killed in action is comforted by another soldier.
Korean War Review The First “Hot War” in the Cold War
The Korean War Conflict in Korea Before WWII, the Korean peninsula had been conquered by Japan. Before WWII, the Korean peninsula had been.
Korean War Chapter 17, 2. I. The Korean Conflict A. After WWII, Japanese in the North surrendered to the USSR B. Japanese in the South surrendered to.
March 30, Who was the leader of the Communists in China? 2.Who was the leader of the Nationalist in China? 3.Who won the Chinese civil war? 4.Who.
KOREAN WAR IB GLOBAL POLITICS. 1.Temporary Division a. Japanese troops in Korea above the 38th parallel surrendered to Soviet Allied troops and to western.
The Korean War Conflict in Korea Before WWII, the Korean peninsula had been conquered by ________. Before WWII, the Korean peninsula had been.
The Korean Conflict QUESTION: When is a war NOT a war?
EQ: Was U.S. involvement in Korea justified? During WWII Korea under Japanese control –
Korean War “Chronology”. Map #1 1.Korean Peninsula 1.Under Japanese control from WWII ends in Korea is divided 1.38th parallel meant.
Korean War Objective: Analyze America’s involvement in the Korean War Std d.
The Korean War Project The Korean War By: T.Searcy (***) P.Patel C Period.
The Cold War Heats Up. Civil War in China During WWII- A Japanese invasion interrupted a long Chinese Civil War Communists vs. Nationalists Communist.
The Korean War. Question What happened to Korea after WWII?
EQ: To what extent was U.S. involvement in Korea justified?
Chapter 18 Section 2 The Cold War Heats Up.
The Korean War The Forgotten War 1950 – Early Origins Korea was ruled by Japan After WWII it was divided into North & South Korea.
The Chinese Civil War & the “Forgotten War”
Korean War June 1950 – July Korean History In 1910 Japan invaded Korea and took power over the area. They held it until WWII. At the Potsdam Conference,
THE KOREAN WAR The Hot War. Japan lost control of this peninsula after their defeat in WWII. The 38th Parallel – Separated Soviet control in North Korea.
Chapter 18 Section 2 The Cold War Heats Up. Civil War In China.
The Korean War Objective: Explain how the Korean War began and trace the course through the cease-fire;
Korea pg. 906 / 33-3 Korea pg. 906 / – 1945 Japanese colony 1910 – 1945 Japanese colony Allied powers were to temporarily occupy Korea until.
The Korean War Understand the role of NATO and SEATO, in deterring communist aggression and maintaining security during the Cold War Trace.
Lesson Students will understand the Korean War as a major conflict of the Cold War.
THE COLD WAR. Period of time from Political strain between the US and Soviet Union New Foreign Policy: “Containment”-stop the spread of Communism.
The Korean War ( ). Korea Controlled by Japan during WW II North occupied by USSR South occupied by USA Line drawn at 38 th Parallel –North communist.
Containment The United Nations
Section 2: The Cold War Heats Up
US History II Chapter 26 – Cold War Conflicts Section 2 – The Cold War Heats Up.
SECTION 4. CHINA’S MONARCHY FELL IN 1912 DURING THE 1920s THE CHINESE NATIONALIST PARTY AND THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PART FOUGHT A BITTER CIVIL WAR
North Koreans pushed UN and South Korean forces to the area of Pusan Amphibious landing at Inchon com/video/clip/ _02.
DO NOW You have 10 minutes to label the map using the directions on the back. HW – Read , answer questions 2 and 4.
Cold War Chapter 18 section 2.
Korean War Cold War Heats Up!. China Falls to Communism In China, the U.S. backed the Nationalist government of Chiang Kai-shek However, Kai-she’ks government.
North Korea launched surprise attack in June 1950 South Korea’s Capital – Seoul – fell in 4 days.
Chinese Civil War & Korean War. Chinese Civil War Chiang Kai-shek Chiang Kai-shek Unified the Nationalists in southern China Unified the Nationalists.
Chapter 26 THE COLD WAR ABROAD AND AT HOME,
War in Korea and Vietnam th Parallel Post WWII Korea divided at 38 th Parallel North – Communist South – U.S. backing.
The Korean War. Korea After WWII Formerly a Japanese colony 1945: Korea temporarily divided between North and South North Korea became a Communist state.
The Forgotten War. Spread of Communism Chiang Kai-ShekMao Zedong Chinese Nationalist Party leader Southern China Inefficient and corrupt party U.S. supported.
6. What were the causes and results of the Korean War?
T HE K OREAN W AR “The Forgotten War”. I N THE BEGINNING … Japan had annexed Korea in 1910 until August th Parallel: Surrender to the Soviets.
1940 Korea split in 1940 after WW2. -Before it was a Japanese colony for 35 years. -When it was divided North Korea was communist but south was not.
Containment’s First Failure. Chinese Communists Led by Mao Zedong in North China Fighting Nationalists since 1927 Temporary truce in 1937 Received.
The Cold War Begins Early 1951 January – April: U.S. 8 th Army pushes North Korean and Chinese forces back up the peninsula. January – April:
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.