The iconic ‘Napalm Girl ‘ Look Back Her Fleeing After 50 Year

This image captured the fleeing of those childrens at a Napalm bombing of Trảng Bàng during the Vietnamese War. You see a 9 year old girl in center of the picture, she is crying and nude. That is Kim Phuc Phan Thi. who has been known as the ‘Napalm Girl’ ever since. 50 year later she relives the horror sections during the Vietnamese War, the story behind the image and how it changed her life, along with a message of hope for people.

Phan Thi wrote for The New York Times, “I have only flashes of memories of that horrific day. I was playing with my cousins in the temple courtyard. The next moment, there was a plane swooping down close and a deafening noise. Then explosions and smoke and excruciating pain. I was 9 years old. Napalm sticks to you, no matter how fast you run, causing horrific burns and pain that last a lifetime.”

The iconic ‘Napalm Girl ‘picture was taken at Trảng Bàng. June 8, 1972 was taken by a Vietnamese photographer Huynh Cong Kick It. This Photo became one of the most popular images of the Vietnam War and also won a Pulitzer Prize.

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