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The Korean war was the result of the division of the country in 1945, the worries of the Americans and the Truman Doctrine. Korea had been under the Japanese empire for the last three decades and after Japan’s surrender in 1945, the UN decided that the country be temporarily split along the 38th parallel; the north was given to the soviets and the south to the Americans. The worries of the Americans was significant in the beginnings of the Korean war because it encouraged the USA to fight; however, Americans were perhaps most obliged to wage war due to the Truman Doctrine that had been released in 1946. Overall, the Korean war was the result of the division of Korea at the end of the second world war, the worries of a communist threat in Asia and the Truman Doctrine.