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Outside of Vietnam, it is most famous for the iconic and Pulitzer Prize-winning image of a nude Phan Thi Kim Phuc (who had torn off her burning clothes to survive the attack) and other Vietnamese children fleeing a napalm attack on the village of Trảng Bàng alongside ARVN soldiers. The image was taken by the photographer Nick Ut.