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Binh Hoa massacre
Quang Ngai province
Location Bhin Hoa village, Quang Ngai province, South Vietnam
Date December 6, 1966
Target Binh Hoa villagers
Attack type Massacre
Deaths 422[1] - 430[2]
Perpetrators South Korean forces

The Binh Hoa massacre was a massacre conducted by the South Korean forces between December 3 and December 6, 1966, of 430 unarmed citizens in Binh Hoa village, Quang Ngai province in South Vietnam.[1][3][4] The most of the victims were children, elderly and women.[4] The victims included 21 pregnant women.[1] The South Korean soldiers burnt down all of the houses and killed hundreds of cows and buffalo after the atrocities.[1] Then the survivors joined the Viet Cong and fought against the United States and its Allies, one of which was South Korea.[1] [5] The South Korean forces conducted similar massacres in Binh Tai village, Binh An village and Tay Vinh village within the same year.[6][7]

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