What Countries Were Involved in the Korean War?

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There were over 10 countries that participated in the Korean War; however, North Korea and South Korea were the main players. The countries that were involved were those that were on the side of Western Europe and Eastern Europe policy. A full list of all countries involved is available at: http://www.funfront.net/hist/europe/coldwar.htm#Cold War in East Asia.
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