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Napalm Girl Phan Thị Kim Phúc

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By Science Vibe, 14 April 2018


08 Jun 1972, Trang Bang, South Vietnam --- Children Running from Village
PHOTO: 08 Jun 1972, Trang Bang, South Vietnam --- Children Running from Village
It’s a hard image to forget. A young girl, naked, runs screaming toward the camera in agony after a napalm attack incinerated her village, her clothes, and then her skin.
The image of a napalm scarred little girl running from her burning village in Vietnam is one of the most well known photographs in the world.
Photo by Nick Ut, (AP Photo)

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Phan Thị Kim Phúc (Kim Phúc) is born on 02 April 1963 (age 55) in Trảng Bàng, South Vietnam. currently a Canadian married to Bui Huy Toan since 1992 with 2 children, staying at ontario, canada. She graduated from University of Havana, Cuba and is an author and UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador. She is the Girl in the Picture, running down a road naked near Trảng Bàng after a Vietnam Air Force napalm attack. She is Awarded with Order of Ontario on 22 October 2004, an honorary Doctorate of Law from York University for her work to support child victims of war around the world. [3]



08 Jun 1972, Trang Bang, South Vietnam
PHOTO: 08 Jun 1972, Trang Bang, South Vietnam
A South Vietnamese plane accidentally dropped its flaming napalm on its own troops and civilians.
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In this June 8, 1972, file photo, 9-year-old Kim Phuc, center, runs with her brothers and cousins, followed by South Vietnamese forces, down Route 1 near Trang Bang after a South Vietnamese plane accidentally dropped its flaming napalm on its own troops and civilians. The terrified girl had ripped off her burning clothes while fleeing. In late September 2015, Phuc, 52, began a series of laser treatments at the Miami Dermatology and Laser Institute to smooth and soften the pale, thick scar tissue that she has endured for more than 40 years.



‘Napalm girl' Phan Thị Kim Phúc Running from Village to escape the flaming napalm.
PHOTO: ‘Napalm girl' Phan Thị Kim Phúc Running from Village to escape the flaming napalm.
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The image of a napalm scarred little girl running from her burning village in Vietnam is one of the most well known photographs in the world.

The year after the Napalm Girl photo was taken, the United States and North Vietnam came to a shaky ceasefire that gave America all the excuse it needed to cut and run. The war continued, however, between Saigon and Hanoi. [2]

Photojournalist Nick Ut is retiring, in the same year that his famous picture 'Napalm Girl' turns 45, ending his 51-year career with the Associated Press. Nick Ut's Photo 'Napalm Girl' had changed the Vietnam War.



‘Napalm girl' Phan Thị Kim Phúc, with her brothers / cousins, and South Vietnamese forces, fleeing from the flaming napalm pn 08 June 1972 in an attempt to escape an accidental napalm attack on Trang Bang, 26 miles southwest of Saigon, by South Vietnamese government aircraft.

PHOTO: ‘Napalm girl' Phan Thị Kim Phúc, with her brothers / cousins, and South Vietnamese forces, fleeing from the flaming napalm pn 08 June 1972 in an attempt to escape an accidental napalm attack on Trang Bang, 26 miles southwest of Saigon, by South Vietnamese government aircraft.
Photo by UPI
Picture posted by Manhhai, © Bettmann/CORBIS, Flickr taken on 11 October 2011

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08 Jun 1972, Trang Bang, South Vietnam --- Children Running from Village

PHOTO: 08 Jun 1972, Trang Bang, South Vietnam --- Children Running from Village
Napalm Girl Phan Thị Kim Phúc, center, with her brothers and cousins, and South Vietnamese forces, near Trang Bang after a South Vietnamese plane accidentally dropped its flaming napalm on its own troops and civilians.
Picture posted by Manhhai, © Bettmann/CORBIS, Flickr taken on 11 October 2011

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The photo clearly shows the severe burns to the back and arms that Kim Phuc sustained during that conscious napalm bombardment and of which she still bears the scars today.
PHOTO: The photo clearly shows the severe burns to the back and arms that Kim Phuc sustained during that conscious napalm bombardment and of which she still bears the scars today.
The naked Vietnamese girl being severely burned on her back by a South Vietnamese napalm attack.
PHOTO: ‘Napalm girl’ Phan Thị Kim Phúc after douse in water
Kim Phuc “napalm girl” being sprayed with water shortly after the iconic Nick Ut photograph, Vietnam War, at Trang Bang located 26 miles southwest of Saigon on 08 June 1972.
Picture posted by Manhhai, © Bettmann/CORBIS, Flickr taken on 11 October 2011

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‘Napalm girl’ Phan Thị Kim Phúc – one moment later
PHOTO: ‘Napalm girl’ Phan Thị Kim Phúc – one moment later
This image was taken immediately after the famous ‘napalm girl’ photo as TV crews and South Vietnamese troops look on in horror and douse Kim Phuc in water.
Standing in a puddle of water that has been poured over her burns, Phan Thi Kim Phuc is filmed by an ITN news crew.
Photographer Christoopher Wain gives Kim water and pours water over her burns.
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Kim Phuc, the girl featured in the image, is now receiving free laser surgery to cover her scars, 40 years after that terrible day. However the famous photograph displays far more than a young girl’s suffering, and has since become a symbol of war and human brutality.



American soldiers save Kim Phuc the naked runing girl in the picture.
PHOTO: American soldiers save Kim Phuc the naked runing girl in the picture. She had 17 surgical procedures for several years after the war. In 1992, Kim is happily married to a Canadian immigrant, the family in the town of Ajax, Ontario. Since 1997, she has been a United Nations peace envoy.
Picture picture posted by Richard Stockton on 06 June 2017

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March 29, 2012, Trang Bang, Vietnam. AP agency photographer Nick Uth sits at home with the Kim Phuc's family, not far from the place where he made his main shot 40 years ago.
PHOTO: Kim displays her lingering scars from the incident that set the course for her life. "Napalm Girl" shocked the world — and ended up a motivational speaker in Canada.
The year after the Napalm Girl photo was taken, the United States and North Vietnam came to a shaky ceasefire that gave America all the excuse it needed to cut and run. The war continued, however, between Saigon and Hanoi, and there hangs a tale.
Burns covered roughly 50 percent of Kim’s body, and doctors at the hospital were grim about her odds of survival. Over the next 14 months, Kim would get 17 surgeries, but she was left with serious restrictions in her range of movement that would last for ten years, until she got reconstructive surgery in West Germany in 1982. [2]
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Hala faisal nude 'Stop the War'
PHOTO: Hala faisal nude “Stop the War”
The naked woman in the Washington Square Park fountain turned at least a few heads. “Stop the War” was painted in red across her backside, down her legs and over her breasts. She had also scrawled something in Arabic that this reporter could not decipher.
For more, read the post by Ronda Kaysen from The Villager, The naked truth about the power of protest today, posted on 10 August 2005. [4]
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Hala faisal nude 'Stop the War'
PHOTO: Hala faisal nude “Stop the War”
Hala Faisal walked about in the nude with antiwar slogans painted on her body in the Washington Square fountain on Tuesday in a protest against the Iraq war.
For more, read the post by Ronda Kaysen from The Villager, The naked truth about the power of protest today, posted on 10 August 2005.
Villager photo by Jefferson Siege
Picture posted by Ronda Kaysen on 10 August 2005

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Hala faisal nude 'Stop the War'
PHOTO: Hala faisal nude “Stop the War”
Curious tourists craned their necks to get a better look. A few people lounging on the fountain steps applauded lamely. The nude woman, a 49-year-old (2005) Syrian artist named Hala Faisal, pumped her fist toward her supporters. She circled the inside of the fountain several times until a police officer approached and asked her to put her clothes back on, which she did without ceremony. She was then led away to a waiting police car and hurried off to the Sixth Precinct.
For more, read the post by Ronda Kaysen from The Villager, The naked truth about the power of protest today, posted on 10 August 2005. [4]
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Phan Thi Kim Phuc Never stop runnung
PHOTO: Phan Thi Kim Phuc Never stop running
She become a United Nations peace envoy to support child victims of war around the world. Kim Phuc as a young girl’s suffering has since become a symbol of war and human brutality.
Picture posted by Adel Abdessemed, Daily Art Fair on 22 February - 3 March 2013

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By Science Vibe, 14 April 2018


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Hala faisal nude 'Stop the War'
Hala faisal nude “Stop the War”
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Reference
[1] Science Vibem, 21 of the most iconic photos ever taken, posted on 14 April 2018, http://sciencevibe.com/2018/04/14/21-of-the-most-iconic-photos-ever-taken/

[2] Richard Stockton, The True Story Behind “Napalm Girl”, posted on 06 June 2017, https://allthatsinteresting.com/napalm-girl

[3] From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Phan Thi Kim Phuc, posting was last edited on 20 July 2018, at 16:09 (UTC), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phan_Thi_Kim_Phuc

[4] Ronda Kaysen, The Villager, The naked truth about the power of protest today, posted on 10 August 2005, http://thevillager.com/villager_119/talkingpoint.html