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Why have most people forgotten about the Korean War?

The Korean War was a conflict that took place on the Korean Peninsula between 1950 and 1953. The war left millions of people dead or wounded and led to the creation of two separate Koreas...

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    Why have most people forgotten about the Korean War?

    Why have most people forgotten about the Korean War?

    The Korean War was a conflict that took place on the Korean Peninsula between 1950 and 1953. It began when North Korea invaded South Korea and ended …

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