HIUS 380 HIUS380 Quiz 5 Answers (Liberty)

HIUS 380 HIUS380 Quiz 5 Answers (Liberty)

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HIUS 380 Quiz 5 (Liberty)

  1. The view of General of the Army George C. Marshall Jr. and his successor General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower was one of
  2. The rise of the Soviet Union as a perceived "Cold War" threat resulted in Secretary of States Marshall's plan to
  3. In 1952 the American people voted for a presidential candidate who said, “I will go to Korea.” This candidate was:
  4. The KPA pushed American forces to the
  5. When the Soviets attempted to blockade road and rail lines through the Soviet occupation zone, the U.S. responded with
  6. Under General Mark W. Clark the U.S. Army continued a “war of posts” and began to incur a manpower shortage partially responsible for President Truman’s 1948 order to ______ to become reality.
  7. During the Spring of 1951 a series of communist attacks faced General Ridgeway’s replacement General _________ resulted in what would become a somewhat _______ phase of the war characterized by small unit patrol and clashes
  8. A new and surprising turn in the late summer 1949 came when the Soviets
  9. At the U.N. when the Security Council voted, the USSR opted to
  10. Kim Il Sung petitioned __________ for support in his invasion of South Korea
  11. The U.S. objective of reunifying Korea was prevented when
  12. American troops remained after World War II’s end in many countries but particularly in
  13. As U.S. forces drove inland across the Korean Peninsula, General Walker:
  14. General Douglas MacArthur counterattacked the North Koreans with amphibious forces at 
  15. General Douglas MacArthur was fired by President Harry S. Truman and replaced by
  16. General MacArthur stated "We face an entirely new war" which included
  17. Lacking Universal military training, the Army would depend almost entirely on the _____________ to compensate for manpower needs.
  18. General Maxwell Taylor during ____________ endured the last Chinese offensive of the war and entered into peace talks with enemy commanders
  19. By mid-1950 the Army was depending largely on ____________.
  20. By mid-1950 the Army was depending largely on ____________.

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