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30 March, 02:26

What effect did the korean war have on the governments of north korea and south korea?

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  1. 30 March, 02:45
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    D) The war did not change the governments.
  2. 30 March, 03:52
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    The Korean war was a devastating conflict that occurred from 1950 to 1953.

    Some of the effects that produced were as follows:

    Both Koreas remained divided, and a deep resentment for the north was developed in the south. During the war, South Korea received military support from the US, developing a strong alliance with the country, and even to the present day, the US maintains a strong military presence in the south, thus, increasing North Korea's aversion to the south. Most of the Korean industry was destroyed during the war, leaving the country almost completely devastated, and was the country that suffered the greatest economic impact. It was one of the deadliest wars in history, as historians have recorded that almost 70% of the dead were civilians.

    Both countries were severely marked by the war. And the political differences between both governments could never be resolved. On this day, a heavily guarded demilitarized zone remains, marking the division between North and South Korea.
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