Two siblings in central Vietnam have been separated twice; once by the massacre of Vietnamese civilians by South Korean mercenaries during the American war in Vietnam half a century ago, and then by death. Two siblings in central Vietnam have been separated twice; once by the massacre of Vietnamese civilians by South Korean mercenaries during the American war in Vietnam half a century ago, and then by death. >> Vietnamese survivors of S.Korean massacres – P2: Tragic plights >> Vietnamese survivors of S.Korean massacre – P1: Lifelong pains Nguyen Thi Bon, now 54, resides in Dien Duong Commune, Dien Ban District in the central province of Quang Nam, shared a tearful story about the ordeal that she and her younger sister went through. The location is close to where massacres were carried out by South Korean troops in 1968, including the central provinces of Phu Yen, Binh Dinh, Quang Ngai. Bon’s mother and two elder siblings were killed while she and her younger sister, Bong, survived with severe injuries. Bong was taken to a German military medical vessel, then anchored in the neighboring city of Da Nang, for treatment. The duo did not see each other again for 23 years….
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