The Korean War
The Battle Between One Country
The Korean War was different to other wars that the United States fought in because it had different reasons for going into war. For example in Veitnam, "The objective of the war was also different in each case. In Korea, it was to drive the aggressors back into North Korea and occupy that portion of the country as well. This objective was later modified to ridding South Korea of the military power of the North. In Vietnam, on the other hand, the objective is to make a country safe for the people to freely choose and live with their own government" (Caine).