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.
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