The Cold War to Civil War

  • The Start of theKorean War

    The Start of theKorean War
    <a href='' >This great war that lead to nonthing started with Tje Cairo Declaration. Which basically stated that Korea should would be free and independent.
  • What the treaty actuall did

    What the treaty actuall did
    <a href='' ></a>What the treaty actuall did was split Korea into what we have now which is North and South Korea. By the end of the treatys the Soviets controlled the north while the americans controlled the south.
  • the first battle

    the first battle
    The first battle between the U.s Army and NKPA happened. The U.S deployed the 24 infatry Division's task force Smith wich was a battalion team deployed from japan.The task force only delayed the Koreans a short peroid of time wause they where poorly equiped and out numbered.ttps://
  • Persain primeer

    Persain primeer
    During the defense of Pursan there was a series of costly delaying actions in the month of july.TheU.S Eighth Army was pushed back to the final defensive line in the port city of Pusan.When reinforcements arrived the eighth army was happyto report that they had a succesful defense against the NKPA
  • THe X Corps Aphibious Asault at Inchon

    THe X Corps Aphibious Asault at Inchon
    army muesumX Corps planned an assult in Inchon, Seoul's port city. Commander in cheif of the far east/ and united nations planed to liberate seoul and crush NKPA betwen X Corps and the Eighth Army.
  • The Chinese (PLA) during the war

    The Chinese (PLA) during the war
    The Chinese Peopl's Liberation army atacked and defeated the UN forces in North Korea by outnumbering them and causing heavy casualties.The People’s Republic of China (PRC), after warning the UN, intervenes to prevent the destruction of the North Korean regime and the establishment of an American-allied Korea on its border.
  • UN evacuates seoul

    UN evacuates seoul
    The united nations are forced to leave Seoul after the Chinese and NKPA both launched a major offensive attacsk. while the army attack was happening the eighth army broke contact with the enemy and withdrwe a new defensive line south of the Han river.
  • The Eighth's Armys Counter Attack

    The Eighth's Armys Counter Attack
    The Eighth army took the offensive with the thought of using their superior firepower to cause the opposing forces to have heavy casualtiest. Even after defeating another major enemy attack in the month of February they kept pressing on.
  • Eighth Army retakes Seoul

    Eighth Army retakes Seoul
    The eightharmy in countered alightresistance when they too back Seoul. This is what the eighth army needed cause every little victory counts.
  • Eighth Army reaches 38th Parallel

    Eighth Army reaches 38th Parallel
    The enemys resistance shockingly continues to be light. The eighth army keeps on marching toward their goal. Secreate intellegence tells them thatthe chineases are massing their forces for another masive offensive attack.
  • President Truman relieves Gen. MacArthur

    President Truman relieves Gen. MacArthur
    President Truman relieves Gen. MacAuthor as CINCFEC/CINCUNC. General MacAuthor was releived of his duties becsuse it was said he qustioned the presidents war decision.
  • The Chinease Spring offensivs

    The Chinease Spring offensivs
    The Chinease sprig their offensive strike forcing the eightharmy to make tactical withdraws. this was the last attempt by eith side to win the war by inflicign a crushing battifeild defeat on the enemy's army.
  • Eighth Army assumes th active defense

    Eighth Army assumes th active defense
    The Eighth Army assumes the active defense as the UN's objectives in the armistice negotiations. In the active defense,UN forces hold a main line of resistanceprotected by fortified outposts.
  • NKPA prisoneers-at war

    NKPA prisoneers-at war
    On may7,NKPA prisoiners-of war at the UN POW camp on Koje Island captured the commander. The commander is released after an American officer signed a statement admitting to the mistreatment of the POWs.
  • A Great Propaganda Victory for the Communists

    A Great Propaganda Victory for the Communists
    The small victory at the UN POW camp was the most notable example of the communist strategy to turn POW camps in to another war zone. Even though Pow will continue to provoke violent incidents until the end of te war even if the camps improved their security.
  • Battle for Outpost Old Baldy

    Battle for Outpost Old Baldy
    The 2nd infantry loses the outpostto an Chinese attack. The chinese attack that demonstrates the enemy's greatly expanded artillery force,Un forces mounts several unsuccessful counterattacks they finnaly retakesthe outpost.
  • Patrolling is the most common form of combat

    Patrolling is the most common form of combat
    when is comesto the most common form of pstrolling in the world we really should conceder partolling.which was reallybig back then. Evenwith all this patrolling going on the Chinese or the next yearwill still attempt to pressure UN at the armistace negotiations by inflicting heavy casualties on UN units with attacks on outposts.
  • Battle of Horse Mountain

    The successful defense of this position by the ROK 9th Division, with the assistance of U.S. artillery and air strikes.Even with heavy Chinese attacks signals the great improvements the ROK has made, with the aid of American advisers, in its tactical and technical competence since the first year of the war.
  • Armistice Ngtiations

    Armistice Ngtiations
    The armistice negotiations recessed because of a deadlock on the issue of repatriation of POWs.While the Geneva Convention of 1949 mandates immediate repatriation of POWs after hostilities end, the United States decides to press for allowing POWs to choose whether they will be repatriated.
  • 25th Infantry Division Battle for Nevada

    25th Infantry Division Battle for Nevada
    China keeps repeatedly attacking these outposts while suffering heavy casualties till the eighth army abandons the outposts. WIth an armistice agreement in sight, senior UN commanders conclude that holding an outpost.
  • An Agreement

    An Agreement
    There has been an agreement reached at armistice negotiation on the repatraition of POWs.All POWs will choose wheather they will be repatraited.and both sides will be allowed an attempt to persuade its POWs to choose to be repatriated.
  • Chinese offensive against ROK

    A major attack breaks through ROK lines and inflicts heavy losses, but the Chinese do not attempt to exploit the breach even though they also have suffered heavy casualties.The purpose of the attack is to punish the South Koreans for unilaterally releasing 27,000 POWs who had refused repatriation and to distract world.attention from the concessions made at the armistice negotiations.
  • Armisticesigned at Panmunjom

    Armisticesigned at Panmunjom
    Both North and South Korea drew back slightly to create demilitarized zone. No weapons can be brought into this zone its like a zone of peace.
  • Period: to

    during when the korea's drew back their militarys

    This was a time when the militarys drew back their weapons to settle with all the damages and exchanges
  • Exchange of POWs

    Exchange of POWs
    A total of 82,493 Koreans and Chinese POWs are repatriated.As are 13,444 UN POWs (3,746 of which are Americans). 21,839 communist POWs refuse repatriation, as do 347 UN POWs, including 21 Americans.