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Winston-Salem, North Carolina

, Croatan National Forest in Eastern North Carolina, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site at Manteo (Manteo, North Carolina), Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Guilford Courthouse National Military Park in Greensboro (Greensboro, North Carolina), Moores Creek National Battlefield near Currie (Currie, North Carolina), the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail, Old Salem National Historic Site (Old Salem) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina Winston-Salem


North Korea

of the United Nations (UN) to drive back the North Koreans and re-unite that country in terms of a rollback strategy The Soviets were boycotting the UN at that time (because it would not admit the People's Republic of China) and so was not present to veto Truman's actions. James I. Matray, "Truman's Plan for Victory: National Self-Determination and the Thirty-Eighth Parallel Decision in Korea," ''Journal of American History'' Vol. 66, No. 2 (Sep., 1979

across the 38th parallel (38th parallel north) to take over North Korea. James I. Matray, "Truman's Plan for Victory: National Self-Determination and the Thirty-Eighth Parallel Decision in Korea," ''Journal of American History,'' Sept 1979, Vol. 66 Issue 2, pp 314-333, in JSTOR The rollback strategy, however, caused the Chinese to intervene, and they pushed the UN forces back to the 38th parallel. The failure of the rollback


United States

endorsed a policy of rollback - the destruction of the North Korean government - and sent UN forces across the 38th parallel (38th parallel north) to take over North Korea. James I. Matray, "Truman's Plan for Victory: National Self-Determination and the Thirty-Eighth Parallel Decision in Korea," ''Journal of American History,'' Sept 1979, Vol. 66 Issue 2, pp 314-333, in JSTOR The rollback strategy, however, caused

5090&partner rssuserland&emc rss Four Years On, a Cabin's-Eye View of 9 11 '' January 1, 2006 ''New York Times'' article The '''Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail''' ('''OVHT''') is part of the U.S. (United States) National Trails System. It recognizes the Revolutionary War Overmountain Men, Patriots (Patriot (American Revolution)) from what is now East Tennessee who crossed the Great Smoky Mountains and then fought in the Battle of Kings


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