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"In Washington the atmosphere was reminiscent of World War II. A grim Senate voted the $1.2 billion foreign arms aid bill. Knots of legislators gathered on the floor or in the cloakrooms for whispered conversations. Crowds gathered around news tickers. A frequent comment: 'Truman wouldn't go to Munich.'"

"The FBI notified local police departments to keep an eye on subversives in their localities in readiness for a round-up. Over 3,000 FBI-trained policemen will help 4,000 FBI agents if Communists are ordered jailed".

Below is an official U.S. Army account of the hasty and ill-conceived post-W.W. II demobilization plan that partially explains why the earliest American military effort on the Korean peninsula was such a disaster:

The Korean War ended in 1953. Click here to read about the military results of that war.

The Cold War began in 1945...

     


Tensions Build in Washington (Quick Magazine, 1950)

Tensions Build in Washington (Quick Magazine, 1950)

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