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Binh Tai Massacre

Binh Tai Massacre
Quảng Ngãi Province
Location Binh Tai village, South Vietnam[1]
Date 9 October 1966[1]
Target Binh Tai villagers[1]
Attack type
Massacre
Deaths 68[2]
Perpetrators South Korean Forces

The Bình Tai Massacre was a massacre perpetrated by the South Korean Forces on 9 October 1966 of 68 citizens in Binh Tai village in South Vietnam.[1][3][4] It may be related to the Diên Niên - Phước Bình massacre.[5]

Contents

  • Investigation 1
  • See also 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4

Investigation

The Hankyoreh Sinmun investigated war crimes in Vietnam and revealed other atrocities.[6]

Colonel Kim Ki-tae, former commander of the Seventh Company, 2nd Marine Brigade of the ROK Marines,[7] confessed to Hankyoreh that on 9 October 1966 South Korean troops set fire to the Binh Tai villagers’ homes and shot the villagers who fled the burning buildings,[1]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e Armstrong, p. 530
  2. ^ Armstrong, p. 533
  3. ^ Armstrong, pp. 533-534
  4. ^ Vụ thảm sát Diên Niên – Phước Bình + Tưởng niệm 45 năm vụ thảm sát Diên Niên - Phước Bình
  5. ^ ...trong làng Binh Tai, huyện Phước Bình, 68 người đàn ông, đàn bà, .... Địa điểm: Thôn Phước Bình và thôn Diên Niên, xã Tịnh Sơn, huyện Sơn Tịnh, tỉnh Quảng Ngãi
  6. ^ Armstrong, p. 534
  7. ^ Armstrong, p. 529

References

  • Armstrong, Charles (2001). Critical Asian Studies, Volume 33, Issue 4: America's Korea, Korea's Vietnam.  

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