Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Korea Honors War Criminals

Korea celebrated 45 anniversaries of its participation of the Vietnam War by erected a status for war criminals at its national memorial cemetery at Dongjak-dong in Seoul. Korean troops has been known for its cruel way of treating civilians through human history. It is estimated by Korean media that approximately 5,000 Vietnamese civilians had been massacred by Korean soldiers between 1963 to 1973.

What does this have anything to do with Chinese? The 'Korean Division' was the first to start, and the most cruel Japanese troops who massacred 400,000 Nanjing residents in 1937 during WWII. At the time, Korea was a colony of Japan.


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