Night of Death

June 1970
Time;6/22/1970, Vol. 95 Issue 25, p36
The article informs of the attacks opened by Communists, including North Vietnamese sappers and Viet Cong guerrillas, at the residents of Thanh My, Vietnam. It describes how various explosives including home-made grenades and satchel charges were thrown on residents and their houses in Thanh My, causing huge damage to life and property. It mentions that Communists attacked and created one night terror in Thanh My to break the notion that the place was the safest point.


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