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Kim Phuc, the little Vietnamese girl whose picture was seen through out the world when

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Kim Phuc, the little Vietnamese girl whose picture was seen through out the world when

Kim Phuc, the little Vietnamese girl whose picture was seen through out the world when she ran screaming down the road after her home had just been bombed. Her back and arms had been burnt by Napalm when the bombs dropped on her village of Trang Bang, 25 miles south west of Saigon in South Vietnam. Kim was then taken to the Barksy Centre for Plastic and reconstructive surgery in Saigons Chinese twin city of Cholon. Thi Kim Phuc, is back with her family in Trang Bang. 18th February 1973

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Girl Iconic Road Vietnam 1973 Napalm


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Kim Phuc - The Resilience of a Little Girl Amidst War

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This iconic print captures the heart-wrenching moment when Kim Phuc, a young Vietnamese girl, ran down a road in Trang Bang, her village devastated by bombings during the Vietnam War. In this haunting image from 1973, we witness the aftermath of napalm bombs that left Kim's back and arms severely burnt. Moved by her plight, Kim was swiftly taken to the Barksy Centre for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Saigon's twin city of Cholon. There, she received medical care that aimed to heal both her physical wounds and emotional scars. Despite enduring unimaginable pain at such a tender age, Kim displayed remarkable strength throughout her journey towards recovery. Today, this powerful photograph serves as an enduring symbol of resilience amidst conflict. It reminds us not only of the horrors inflicted upon innocent civilians during times of war but also highlights the indomitable spirit within individuals like Kim Phuc. Fast forward to February 18th, 1973 - three years after that fateful day captured in this image - Thi Kim Phuc triumphantly returned home to Trang Bang alongside her family. Her story is one of survival against all odds and serves as an inspiration for generations to come. As we reflect on this significant moment from history through Peter Stone's lens, let us remember the importance of peace and compassion in our world today.

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