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TIMELINE OF THE… KOREAN WAR 1950-53

Source:   Right: General Ridgway and General MacArthur exchange looks US Marines use landing craft during the Inchon landings, which relieved pressure on the Pusan Perimeter  

“THE LAST CHINESE TROOPS HEAD NORTH IN 1958, BUT US TROOPS REMAIN IN SOUTH KOREA. THE TWO KOREAS REMAIN AT WAR TODAY”

15 September 1950

INCHON LANDINGS

General MacArthur orders an amphibious invasion of the port city of Inchon while UN forces are

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