What caused the Korean War?
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Eventually a ceasefire was declared in 1953, with both sides ending up more or less where they had started. Technically North Korea and South Korea are still at war, although there has been no direct fighting for decades.
Following World War II Europe was divided into two: the Warsaw Pact to the east and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to the west. Tension was high as the US and Russia struggled for nuclear supremacy. In 1962 the two countries came close to war.
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