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The Economic, Social, and Political Atmosphere in the US During the Cold War:
The Cold War was a big influence for American people during the 20th Century because of the huge impact it had on the economics in the US, the social lives of the American people, and the political atmosphere in the US. During the Cold War, cultural battles were a huge part of the daily lives of civilians of both countries. For example, as a propaganda tool, the US made convinced Hollywood to produce anticommunist movies to encourage democracy and discourage communism among the American people.
The Korean War:
On June, 25, 1950, the Korean War began when around 75,000 Korean troops crossed the 38th parallel, this was the first military action of the Cold War. In july, the US had entered the war to back up North Korea. American officials had at first did not think this was a simple border cross, but instead a spark to begin a communist campaign to take over the world. Because of this theory, it was on top priority for top officials to avoid nonintervention with this conflict. During the first battles, the war was a defensive one and the main goal for the Allies was to drive North Korean forces back up into North Korea. This did not go good for the Allies. The North Korean forces were well trained, well equipped, and well adapted to the environment while the US forces invading the country were confused and frightened and were likely to retreat at the first sight of battle. In addition, it was one of the hottest and driest summers on record and US troops were forced to drink water from rice patties that were fertilized with human waste.
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