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What led to the Korean War?
How was it resolved?

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The Korean War started because the nation was divided along the 38th parallel between the North, which was communist, and the South, a dictatorship supported by the USA. After World War II, the United States occupied the South and the Soviet Union installed Kim il-Sung to lead the North. Both Kim il-Sung and South Korea’s leader, Syngman Rhee, believed they were the rightful leader of a united Korea....

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