Hà My massacre
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|Ha My massacre|
|Location||Hà My village, Quảng Nam, South Vietnam|
|Date||25 February 1968|
|Target||Ha My villagers|
The Hà My Massacre was a massacre purportedly conducted by the South Korean Marines on 25 February 1968 of unarmed citizens in Hà My village, Quảng Nam Province in South Vietnam. The victims were 135 women, children and elders from the thirty households. After the massacre, the ROK Marines bulldozed a shallow grave and buried the victims' bodies en masse.
In December 2000, a memorial for the 135 victims was founded in Hà My village.
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- Peaceful rest for a victim of massacre in Vietnam
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