anonymous
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What was MacArthur’s role in the Korean War? Commander in Chief one of the Joint Chiefs of Staff UN Commander General of US Troops
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anonymous
  • anonymous
At the beginning of the Korean War he was appointed commander of UN military forces in South Korea, while retaining his command of Allied forces in Japan. After driving the North Korean forces back over the 38th parallel, MacArthur received President Truman's permission to press into North Korea and advance all the way to the Yalu River—the border between North Korea and Communist China—despite warnings that this might provoke Chinese intervention. When China did intervene, causing the UN forces to fall back in disarray, MacArthur pressed for permission to bomb Chinese bases in Manchuria. Truman refused such permission and finally (after MacArthur had made the dispute public) removed him from command in Apr., 1951. On his return to the United States, MacArthur was given a hero's welcome and invited to address a joint session of Congress. Another attempt to nominate MacArthur for the presidency was unsuccessful in 1952. Retired from active service, he became an officer of a large business corporation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
letter answer lol ?
anonymous
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@thatfr-sguy Commander and Chief is wrong because thats the president

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anonymous
  • anonymous
What organization did the United States employ during the Cold War to work covertly in communist countries?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would go with D ^_^ since the U.S. knew his amazing skills from WW2 they wanted him to lead them to victory with the communist country trying to take over.
anonymous
  • anonymous
And yes he was a General of the U.S.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its going to be either C or D im not 100 percent sure though.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Dont know what UN is
anonymous
  • anonymous
United Nations
anonymous
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hmm now to think about it it could be that one 2
anonymous
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id go with C because he was appointed the UN commander at one point. Thats just me though.
anonymous
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^ would agree a military general only has command of his forces only but MacAuthor had control over all the branches
anonymous
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Plus the U.S. did appoint him them selves
anonymous
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U.N.*
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thank you guys sooo much:)
anonymous
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Who referred to the domino theory as a reason to support liberation of communist countries?
anonymous
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President Eisenhower
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thank you sooo much
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no problem

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