“The Korean War: No Victor, No Vanquished.”
- Stanley Sandler, U.S. Army Special Operations Command
The Korean War ended with a truce without a winner. Signing the armistice proved the effectiveness of military support from the United Nations. Both Koreas agreed to withdraw powers away from the 38th parallel after the armistice was signed.
“A long and difficult road still lies ahead. Here are no short cuts. If we are to honor the great sacrifices
which have been made in the name of freedom, if we are to achieve peace, if we are to uphold the principles of
freedom justice and human dignity we must continue our efforts toward peace and we must be ready to defend
these principles whenever and wherever they are challenged.”
- Mark W. Clark, United Nations commander