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 This [[Korea]] was occupied by the [[United States of America (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|US]] after the [[Japan (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Japanese]] left it. The stronger position of the Americans in Japan and [[China]] helped them to take control of the whole country, which was never split. The Communist resistance under Kim Il Sung, supported by [[Soviet Union (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Russia]] and [[Mao Zedong (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Mao]],​ meant a lot a trouble for the new government, but never could take control of Korea. This [[Korea]] was occupied by the [[United States of America (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|US]] after the [[Japan (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Japanese]] left it. The stronger position of the Americans in Japan and [[China]] helped them to take control of the whole country, which was never split. The Communist resistance under Kim Il Sung, supported by [[Soviet Union (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Russia]] and [[Mao Zedong (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|Mao]],​ meant a lot a trouble for the new government, but never could take control of Korea.
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