Korean War and DMZ: Cause and Effects

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Section A : Plan of the Investigation The Cold War, which had lasted almost fifty years since the end of the Second World War, was a silent war between the two superpowers, the U.S.A., and the U.S.S.R. One of the earliest clashes between these two countries in the Cold War era was the Korean War. This paper will investigate how the Korean War affected the international relationship during the Cold War, …

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…country, Korea, into two pieces" , for fifty-two years and counting. This investigation was worth doing as this war is still affecting the contemporary world. The DMZ and the war itself reflect the belligerent mood in the Cold War, and it could surely be considered as the "mini Cold War." The Korean War was the signal that there were more to come in the Cold War era, and the DMZ is there to physically show it.