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Which of the following reasons best explains the division of the Korean peninsula after WWII as shown? The Chinese communist government had moved their troops to the 38th parallel in Korea during
the war and taken control of the northern part of the country. The defeat of Japan led to the division with a Soviet backed communist government in the north and a U.S. backed democratic government the south. The South Koreans had fought on behalf of the Allies during WWII while the North Koreans had fought on behalf of the Axis powers. The United Nations Charter of 1945 called for the division of the country into a democratic North and a communist South.
The line developed after WWII which divided Korea into North and South with Soviet troops controlling the North and American troops the south was the: 38th Parallel.
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