When was Korea partitioned along the 38th parallel?

in 1910, after the start of Japanese occupation
in 1919, after WW1
in 1945, after WW2
in 1953, after Korean War
The af­ter­math of World War II left Korea par­ti­tioned along the 38th par­al­lel, with the north under Soviet oc­cu­pa­tion and the south under US oc­cu­pa­tion. The Korean War broke out when So­vi­et-backed North Korea invaded South Korea, though neither side gained much ter­ri­to­ry as a result.

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in 1910, after the start of Japanese occupation
in 1919, after WW1
in 1945, after WW2
in 1953, after Korean War
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flagFinland
2%
5%
92%
0%
38
flagItaly
1%
1%
83%
13%
60
flagthe United Arab Emirates
4%
0%
83%
12%
24
flagSouth Korea
0%
5%
76%
17%
17
flagGreece
0%
0%
69%
30%
13
flagGermany
2%
7%
62%
28%
149
flagthe Netherlands
0%
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55%
37%
43
flagthe United Kingdom
4%
5%
51%
37%
258
flagthe United States
4%
5%
50%
40%
174
flagUnknown
6%
10%
50%
33%
30
flagNorway
11%
7%
50%
30%
26
flagAustralia
0%
16%
50%
33%
12
flagPoland
4%
7%
48%
39%
7460
flagSpain
0%
0%
47%
52%
19
flagIndia
3%
0%
44%
51%
27
flagCanada
0%
8%
41%
50%
12
flagFrance
6%
0%
36%
56%
30
flagRepublic of Ireland
0%
10%
35%
55%
20
flagDenmark
0%
0%
35%
64%
14
flagUkraine
0%
8%
33%
58%
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Gender

men50%
women49%
in 1910, after the start of Japanese occupation
2%
4%
in 1919, after WW1
4%
10%
in 1945, after WW2
50%
50%
in 1953, after Korean War
42%
34%

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