Korean War 1950 Campaign Battle Map


The Korean War was fought from 1950-1953. The United Nations achieved their objective of saving South Korea from communist rule and the North Koreans did not achieve their goal of unifying the Koreas under the rule of Kim Il-sung.

This map shows the initial advance of communist forces in September 1950 and the extent of the United Nations advance into North Korean two months later in November 1950. The final truce line agreed upon in 1953 is also shown. 

Result: United Nations Victory

Created/Published: Unknown

Dimensions (Width x Height): 8.4x14.4

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