anonymous
  • anonymous
What was North Korea's stated reason for starting the Korean war? A. They wanted to be rulers of both Koreas and from there move on to take over communist China. B. They wanted to join the two halves together again to return to being one country. C. They wanted to make the Soviet Union proud of them. D. They wanted to prevent the U.S. from taking over South Korea.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
In a way, D is true, but B is probably more accurate. The North wanted to re-unify the Korean Peninsula as it was before the end of WW2 and Kim il Sung approached both Moscow and Beijing for support. Both Koreas want re-unification, but have different ideas on how it should be done because of their different ideologies (North, Commuinsm/Juche and the South, Capitalism/Democracy).

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