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Re: Nuclear Echoes from Korea
In a message dated 11/11/2002 11:35:34 AM Pacific Standard Time, email@example.com writes:
That is, if China
and North Korea do not sign the peace treaty,...
then nukes would be used in the attack.
That is true, I think.
In other words, N.K. & China were threatened with
Nukes if they did not sign the armistice agreement.
(Some may call it a nuclear blackmail)
This difficult experience in 1953 may have motivated
the N.K.s to develop their own Nukes from then on.
I don't think there were any Nukes in S.K. when the
Armistice agreement was signed. The closest place
where Nukes might have been moved to was Guam or
Okinawa at the time. According to experts, it was only in 1957 or
1958 when the US actually brought in tactical Nukes into
S.K., in violation of the Armistice agreement.
Does anyone know why Uncle Sam decided to move Nukes
into S.K. in 1958?