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... in the west had argued that the Chinese involvement was much earlier, and in the North Korean invasion on June 25, 1950, out of the 135,000 North Korean invasion force ... An equal number of former ethnic Korean soldiers of Chinese communist IV Field Army who did not participate in the invasion also served in North Korean army in ... The North Korean invasion force consisted of two corps, the 1st Corps and the 2nd Corps ...
... Korean coverage was incidental to Soviet and Chinese interests in the Korean Peninsula ... Was there early warning of the Korean War? Perhaps, but hindsight is a wonderful thing ... Before the invasion, targeting was against Chinese and Soviet targets with incidental mention of Korea ...
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