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What were the civilian casualties from the Vietnam war?

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2012-04-12 16:47:10
2012-04-12 16:47:10

Sources vary, but numbers range up to four million (see the French Press Agency writing in 1995 to which a link is provided below.)

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Civilians killed: Approx. 587,000

Civilians Wounded: Approx. 935,000

The numbers above seem very low compared to other sources, many of which are listed at Necrometrics for which a link below is given.

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