calendar>>July 30. 2014 Juche 103
DPRK's Victory in Korean War Prevents New World War
Pyongyang, July 30 (KCNA) -- The DPRK's victory in the 1950-1953 Korean War prevented possible outbreak of another world war.

World experts on politics and history still affirm that the U.S. provoked the Korean War as a prelude to another world war in consideration of geopolitical significance of the Korean peninsula.

The then U.S. President Truman said in his reminiscences that the U.S. was planning to use A-bomb in early period of the war when its forces could not but retreat and, at the same time, start a third world war.

Before the war, MacArthur's Command at Truman's instruction had mapped out a scenario for invasion of the Far East, which was ratified by the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. The scenario envisaged launching the Korean War by the U.S. and south Korean forces, expansion of the war into Manchuria with participation of rearmed Japanese forces and Chiang Kai-shek's forces of Taiwan and invasion of Russia's Ural area.

The facts evidently proved that the U.S. schemed to provoke another world war by spreading the Korean War into China and Russia.

That's why historians claimed that if the DPRK had failed to win in the Korean War, mankind would have faced a third world war accompanied by nuclear warfare. The world people appreciated the DPRK's war victory as a significant contribution to defending global peace.

Over 60-odd years after the Korean War, there has been no war in the Korean peninsula, a zone plagued with biggest danger of another world war, a nuclear war, despite the U.S. persistent military provocations for world domination.

The DPRK will remain forever as an invincible fortress for global peace under the guidance of Marshal Kim Jong Un, who is glorifying the feats Generalissimos Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il performed in leading the war to victory and pursuing the Songun (military-first) policy.

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