Above images: 11thcavnam.com/education/On 5 December 1967 the NLF guerrillas attacked a South Vietnamese village Dakson and killed at least 250 civilians.
His wife and aged father are shown standing around his casket in their thatched-roof, dirt-floored, one room home.
On April 30, 1967, a civilian bus traveling on Highway 1, east of Trang Bang, came upon a bridge destroyed by the Viet Cong.
As a result of the ensuing fire 80% of the village was destroyed.
On 11 June 1970 the NLF guerrillas attacked a South Vietnamese village Thanmi, killed more than 100 civilians and destroyed more than 300 homes.
The mutilated bodies were draped on fences and hung with signs telling the rest of the community that if they continued to support the Saigon government and allied forces, they could look forward to the same fate.
These atrocities are not isolated cases; they are typical.Then, the nine-year-old son: a bamboo lance was rammed through one ear and out the other.Two more of the chief’s children were murdered the same way.Infant Burned In Dak Son Massacre With the aid of a convalescent patient at the hospital in Song Ba, a badly burned infant is carried to temporary quarters.The Vietnamese government has promised to rebuild their home.is now encrypted, except for our Electronic Reading Room, to assure visitor confidentiality.