Who Won the Gulf War?

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The United States of America won the Gulf War, after it came to the rescue of Kuwait and United Arab Emirates. Other global nations had also sent their troops. Saddam Hussein started the war after he ordered Kuwait to cut its oil production, raise oil prices, forgive Iraq of its debts, and pay her for protection from Iran. Despite compliance, Iraq went ahead and invaded Kuwait in 1990.
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The gulf war was won by the United States and it's allies after a short ground war in Kuwait and Iraq. Once the invasion began Iraq ran and quit.
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Politically and militarily, the Gulf War of 1991 was a great victory for the Gulf Coalition. Iraq, although not invaded and occupied, was expelled from Kuwait and suffered heavy losses
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The United States won the Gulf War against Iraq on March 3, 1991 when it agreed to abide by all
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USA/UN Coalition won the first gulf war, Sadam Hussein invaded Kuwait and was then pushed back into bagdad but allowed to remain in power.
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