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[Vietnamization: Military] ore martyrs’ remains repatriated from Cambodia in dry season

 
A ceremony to rebury martyrs' remains recovered from Cambodia in June 9, 2017 (Photo: VNA)

More martyrs’ remains repatriated from Cambodia in dry season [all at the say-so of Vietnam; a cover for the overt military presence in Cambodia in addition to covert one]

Vietnam Plus | 26 June 2017

Hanoi (VNA) – The team for searching and repatriating martyrs’ remains of the southern province of Long An brought home 21 sets of remains of volunteer Vietnamese soldiers and experts from Cambodia during the 2016-2017 dry season.

At a conference to review the work on June 26, the team also revealed that it helped move and rebury 38 sets of remains of martyrs who laid down their lives in domestic battlefields.

On this occasion, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Tran Van Can presented certificates of merit to five collectives and ten individuals who made important contributions to the search and repatriation of remains of Vietnamese martyrs who died in Cambodia.

Also during the 2016-2017 dry season, two teams for searching and repatriating martyrs’ remains in Tay Ninh province collected 263 sets of remains of Vietnamese martyrs in Cambodia.

From the 2001-2002 dry season until now, the two teams discovered and repatriated 4,131 sets of remains of martyrs from Cambodia.-VNA

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:46 PM

    How many cubic meters of cut, polished,top quality of rosewood,that the VC concealed inside each of these coffins then send out to Vietnam ?
    During VN war,VC smuggled weapons,ammos into Saigon inside the coffins and pretended like they made the funeral procession toward the crematoriums. Yuons are very tricky and we now see that the CPP learns a lot of tricks from their evil master. Yuon guy is unashamed but so daring when taking up khmer name. The name which normally reserved for girl such as Sok Chan Sophea.In Khmer Krom, yuons restricts Khmers to have just a few last names so it easy for them to discriminate against the indigenous people.

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    1. Anonymous9:54 PM

      You meant Sok Chenda Sophea = សុក ចិន្ដា សោភា right ? !!!
      That's the name of a guy ? !

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    2. Anonymous12:01 PM

      'During VN war,VC smuggled weapons,ammos into Saigon inside the coffins and pretended like they made the funeral procession toward the crematoriums. '
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      Sources?

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      Yuons are very tricky
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      Thousand years of constant resistant again various world dominating invaders indeed made Vietnamese smart

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      In Khmer Krom, yuons restricts Khmers to have just a few last names so it easy for them to discriminate against the indigenous people.
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      Sources?

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    3. Anonymous3:06 PM

      Willbanks, James H. “THE TET OFFENSIVE.” The Tet Offensive: A Concise History, Columbia University Press, 2007, pp. 26–42. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/will12840.9.

      " Weapons arrived in trucks loaded with flowers, vegetables, and fruit destined for the holiday celebrations. “Mourners” carried coffins filled with weapons and ammunition and buried them at pagodas and churches where they could easily..."

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      "Tour Service in Cambodia "

      So, Vietnam had given 6 surnames for Khmer Krom such as Kim, Thạch, Chao, Son, Tra and Tran. They do that in order to easy to know that, who is origin from Vietnamese and who is origin Khmer Krom. In present time rarely have Khmer Krom in high position of government officers as well as NGO in South Vietnam. Be cause Vietnam government don’t want Khmer Krom be stronger or know well. They afried Khmer Krom have oportunities to do something else, For example, my familly’s surnam is Thach, Surname is Thach most of them from farmers, my name when I was in Vietnam named:Thach Thuong, Thach is Surname and Thuong is given name. For Wonmen have three syllables, they add one word Thị as middle name, for noted that name is a Woman. So, for women have to use middle name either. Therefore, in South Vietnam have many surnames for using but different naming exist among ethnic groups as Khmer Krom majority. Among the Muslim (Cham) minority, Arabic names are often used as family names depend on ethnic of groups as well.

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  2. Anonymous1:55 AM

    a dead yuon is a good youn.

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    1. Anonymous12:03 PM

      Those died to save your race from their own genocidal act and to to protect their home. Even racism should have its border young friend.

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    2. Anonymous4:25 AM

      Look at the spelling: yuon and youn. Ahhahaha...

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  3. Anonymous9:32 AM

    You must pay respect to those who died, fought against Khmer Rouges to rescue your race and country. Failure to do that, you are cursed with another Pol Pot #2.

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