How did the Korean War end?


The Korean War ended on July 27, 1953. In that year, the US threatened to bomb China but a ceasefire was declared between UN forces and Korean/Chinese forces. The UN forces had suffered more than 94,000 dead and approximately 1 million South Koreans and 2 million North Koreans had died so neither side could claim victory.
Q&A Related to "How did the Korean War end?"
A ceasefire stopped the fighting on July 27, 1953. There was an armistice signed by North Korea, China and the UN but not South Korea. Korea is still split into North Korea, which
The Korean war was stopped after a cease-fire was signed on July 27, 1953. North Korea,
The Korean peninsula had been divided between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. The Soviet Union had (opportunistically) declared war on Japan after the U.S. bombed Hiroshima, and it proceeded
It did NOT end. Right now there is a truce that was negotiated in 1953. Technically, all sides are still at war.
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