December 1999
International Journal on World Peace;Dec99, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p87
Academic Journal
The article reports on killings of South Korean civilian refugees in July 1950. According to press report nearly 200-400 South Korean civilian refugees were killed by American soldiers in July 1950. The report, pieced together from declassified documents and a series of interviews with ex-Korean war soldiers, determined the event was wholesale slaughter of innocent people. The event happened during the fifth week of the war.


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