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jadajada1999
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Please help?
Apparently he was to a large extent but i dont see how??
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Hey

Under Chairman Mao's leadership, China did send troops into Korea in October 1950 called the Chinese People’s Volunteer Army (CPV). So Mao was a big factor in the overall context.

However, United States involvement happened before that so i think you would be hard pushed to suggest Chairman Mao would be solely responsible.
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(Original post by yasmin1999)
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Apparently he was to a large extent but i dont see how??
In prolonging, definitely. In causing, absolutely not.
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He funded armaments, providing Kim Il Sung with military and financial support in the North. Plus, when the war was won above the 38th parallel to the edge of China by the Americans, the Chinese were alarmed of American success and provided NK with further troops/somewhat joined the war themselves to push the Americans back to the 38th parallel, where there was an eventual peace treaty.
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