Bình Hòa massacre
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|Binh Hoa Massacre|
Quảng Ngãi Province
|Location||Bình Hòa village, Quảng Ngãi Province, South Vietnam|
|Date||December 6, 1966|
|Target||Bình Hòa villagers|
|Deaths||422 - 430[dead link]|
|Perpetrators||South Korean forces|
The Bình Hòa Massacre was a massacre conducted by South Korean forces between December 3 and December 6, 1966, of 430 unarmed citizens in Bình Hòa village, Quảng Ngãi Province in South Vietnam.[dead link] The district was in the operational area of the Blue Dragon Brigade. Most of the victims were children, elderly and women. The victims included 21 pregnant women. The South Korean soldiers burnt down all of the houses and killed hundreds of cows and buffalo after the atrocities. Then the survivors joined the Viet Cong and fought against the United States and its Allies, one of which was South Korea.  The South Korean forces are accused of conducting similar massacres in Binh Tai village, Bình An village and Tây Vinh village within the same year.
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