The attack on the Sui-ho Dam was the collective name for a series of mass air attacks during the Korean War on thirteen hydroelectric generating facilities by United Nations Command air forces as part of the North Korean bombing campaign on June 23–24 and June 26–27, 1952.How big was the construction of the Three Gorges Dam?
The concrete dam was 2,800 feet (853 m) in length, 300 feet (97 m) thick at the base, 60 feet (18 m) wide at the crest, and 525 feet (160 m) in height. Its reservoir storage capacity was more than 20 billion cubic meters, and the Japanese had built six turbine generators each with a capacity of 100,000 kilowatts.Who is responsible for the Dasu Hydropower Project disaster?
On July 14, a shuttle bus carrying working staff on the Dasu Hydropower Project fell into a ravine in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region following an explosion. Following the blast, Pakistan blamed India for the incident saying that the attack by Islamist terrorists was 'backed by Indian and Afghan security agencies'.Why did the US attack the Japanese Hydroelectric plants in 1952?
On March 3, 1952, when the peace talks appeared to be near stalemate, U.S. Air Force General Otto P. Weyland, commanding Far East Air Forces, recommended to UN commander General Matthew Ridgway that the hydroelectric plants be attacked to "create psychological and political effects to our advantage."