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“I bombed you, I slaughtered you loved ones, but hey, I’ve paid you weeks later. Considered yourself lucky. Oh, also, don’t expect we held anyone accountable. That ain’t gonna happen.” #NoGunRiMassacre #MyLaiMassacre
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#OtD 26 Jul 1950 the No Gun Ri massacre took place, when US military murdered 100-400 South Korean civilians, in one of the biggest mass killings by US ground forces.
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#Nogunrimassacre please rt it
The No Gun Ri massacre occurred on July 26–29, 1950, early in the Korean War, when an undetermined number of South Korean refugees were killed in a U.S. air attack and by small- and heavy-weapons fire of the American 7th Cavalry Regiment at a railroad bridge . @POTUS
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...and let us not forget the unheard voices and spoken voices of #Koreans during the #KoreanWar that the world did not hear. Examples: - #NoGunRiMassacre: refugees died from US air attacks - Student soldiers, mostly teens: see film "71: Into the Fire" invidious.fdn.fr/watch?v=cooemxvh…
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9/ So-called communists and left-leaning sympathisers were rounded up and kept in horrific concentration camps, such as the one on Jeju Island. An uprising in the island was “put down” by Rhee and 30,000 “communists” were murdered between 1948-9.
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US military has a long history of killing innocent civilians. nytimes.com/1999/09/30/world… #NoGunRiMassacre
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#OTD 1950 #KoreanWar After 4 days the #NoGunRiMassacre ends when US Army 7th Cavalry Regiment withdraw. #NoGunRi
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