Military conflict between Republic Korea who was supported by United Nations, and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea who was supported by People’s Republic of China, which also had military material aid from the Soviet Union
Armistice signed on July 27, 1953 which meant that the two fighters agreed to stop fighting but did not mean the end of the war.
War was a result of physical division in Korea, the peninsula was divided into North Korea and South Korea
North became communist and tensions increased between the two which led to North invading the South on June 1950. This became first significant armed conflict of the cold war
B-26 Invaders bomb logistics depots in Wonsan, North Korea, 1951 Korean War 1950
North was supported by communist allies and South Vietnam was supported by the United States and anit-communist nations
Clockwise, from top left: U.S. Marines battle in Hamo village during the Tet Offensive, extraction of troops after an airmobile assault, a burning Viet Cong base camp in MỹTho, Vietnamese civilians killed by U.S. troops during the My Lai Massacre Vietnam 1955