If you were to list 1,000 questions that could come up in conversation today, this one probably would not make your list.

The Korean War, which was fought from 1950 to 1953, was an important moment in stopping the increasing threat of invasion by communist regimes around the globe. Over 35,000 Americans died in the conflict, but the result was over 50 million free people in the democratic republic of South Korea, and an end to advances in military invasions by Russia and China.

Curious to learn more? Check out this video, which offers a 4:52 history of the Korean War from the Hoover Institution’s Victor Davis Hanson.


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