Motivations for USA and USSR entry into the Korean War

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Stalin like Marx believed the communist ideology should be spread all over the world to “free” people from Capitalism and other beliefs believed to be a waste of time. However, like Truman, Stalin did not want to be caught in a direct military confrontation with the US so in 1949 when Kim Il Sung (leader of N...
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Korea) approached him, he persuaded Stalin that the N. Korean army could liberate or conquer S. Korea in an attempt to spread communism. Stalin believed that the United States would not react to this invasion so he gave Kim Il Sung his agreement. Stalin also thought that an unopposed invasion of S...
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