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Two koreas one conflict

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Two Koreas, One Conflict

North and South Korea have been separate nations for over 70 years. The North has never accepted this division and is on a mission to either force South Korea back into a united communist Korea or destroy it. Explore this modern hostility by looking back to the historic source of Korea’s division and analyzing the impact it has had on the life of people on both sides.

US History II World History II

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AIR DATE: 04/09/2013

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