North Korea Korean War Propaganda Collection

North Korea Korean War Propaganda Collection
North Korea Korean War Propaganda Collection: After Korea was divided by the United Nations, both South and North Korea tried to take control of the whole Korean peninsula. There were a several small conflicts until North Korea attacked the South on June 25, 1950 which led to a full scale war. Where North Korean side was backed by China and Soviet Union against South Korea, which was backup by United Nations, leading by United States. Since 1953, there has been armistice between North and South Korea, but war has never ended officially.

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China Korean War Propaganda Collection

China Korean War Propaganda Collection
China Korean War Propaganda Collection: Chinese leaders debated whether to send Chinese troops into Korea. There was considerable resistance among many leaders, including senior military leaders, to confronting the United States in Korea. Mao strongly supported intervention, and Zhou was one of the few Chinese leaders who firmly supported him. After General Lin Biao refused Mao’s offer to command Chinese forces in Korea (citing poor health), Mao called General Peng Dehuai to Beijing to hear his views. After listening to both sides’ arguments, Peng supported Mao’s position, and the Politburo agreed to intervene in Korea.

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USA Korean War Propaganda Collection

USA Korean War Propaganda Collection
USA Korean War Propaganda Collection: The United States of America (88% of foreign troops) and other members of the United Nations force (12% of foreign troops), came to the aid of South Korea in repelling the invasion, but within two months the defenders were pushed back to the Pusan perimeter, a small area in the south of the country, before the North Koreans were stopped. A rapid U.N. counter-offensive then drove the North Koreans past the 38th Parallel and almost to the Yalu River, and it was then that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) entered the war, albeit on the side of North Korea.

USA Korean War Propaganda Collection:

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Wikipedia article about Korean War

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1950-1953 Korean War

1950-1953 Korean War Propaganda Poster and Military Art Collection: The Korean War (25 June 1950 – 27 July 1953) was a war between the Republic of Korea (supported primarily by the USA, with contributions from allied nations under the aegis of the United Nations) and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (supported by the People’s Republic of China, with military and material aid from the Soviet Union).

1950-1953 Korean War Propaganda Poster and Military Art Collection:

North Korea and supporting countries

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China Korean War Propaganda Collection

South Korea and supporting countries

USA Korean War Propaganda Collection

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