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Myth of U.S. “Mightiness” Shattered in Korean War

President Kim Il Sung delivers a speech at Pyongyang mass rally marking the victory of the Fatherland Liberation War

Myth of U.S. “Mightiness” Shattered in Korean War

The myth of the “mightiness” of the US imperialists was exploded in the Korean War (June 1950-July 1953) for the first time in history.

President Kim Il Sung worked such military miracles by wisely leading the Korean army and people.
The President always countered the aggressors with offensive spirit and unparalleled courage and grit.

His Juche-based war tactics resulted in the liberation of the city of Seoul three days after the outbreak of the war and sinking of a US heavy cruiser, called “moving islet in the sea”, by attack of only four torpedo boats.

An advance unit of the so-called U.S. “undefeated division,” which had been described as an invincible one, was annihilated at a stroke, attacked by a unit of the Korean People’s Army. 

The KPA units broke through in two days the enemy defence line built along the River Kum as “the line of no retreat” and “final defense line.”

The commander of the “undefeated division,” who showed his will to win fame by setting a pattern in Taejon, was captured by a young KPA soldier.

The world people, who rested their gaze on the DPRK, highly admired Korea’s miraculous victory, saying the President’s strategies are excellent and mysterious.

In a nutshell, the war brought about the beginning of decline for the U.S. imperialists. It was thanks to an extraordinary military wisdom of President Kim Il Sung who thwarted all strategies and tactics of the US, advertising itself the victory through numerical and technical superiority.

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