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(AP Photo/Nick Ut) A South Vietnamese soldier crouches beside his buddy who suffered severe burns from napalm bomb dropped accidentally on South Vietnamese troops and civilians in enemy-infested area of Trang Bang, June 8, 1972.
Fire bombs hit South Vietnamese civilians and government troops, killing and injuring a score of them, in an attempt to flush out enemy.
The photograph is thought to be one of the most memorable photographs of the 20th century.
Keywords: napalm girl photo, nick ut napalm girl photo, 1972 napalm girl, Vietnam girl photo, photographer Nick Ut, Pulitzer Prize photo, Terror of War photo, xhistoricalcollectionx xhistoricalphotographerx Show Less South Vietnamese forces follow after terrified children, including 9-year-old Kim Phuc, center, as they run down Route 1 near Trang Bang after an aerial napalm attack on suspected Viet Cong hiding places on June 8, 1972.
(AP Photo/Nick Ut) Bombs with a mixture of napalm and white phosphorus jelly dropped by Vietnamese AF Skyraider bombers explode across Route-1, amidst homes and in front of the Cao Dai temple in the outskirts of Trang Bang, June 8, 1972.
(AP Photo/Nick Ut) South Vietnamese forces follow after terrified children, including 9-year-old Kim Phuc, center, as they run down Route 1 near Trang Bang after an aerial napalm attack on suspected Viet Cong hiding places, June 8, 1972.(AP Photo/Nick Ut) Anguished Vietnamese woman carries her napalm burned child down route one, moments after a misplaced napalm bomb strike injured and killed a score civilians and soldiers.Vietnamese troops were fighting two battalions of North Vietnamese troops on route one at the outskirts of Trang Bang, 25 miles NW of Saigon, South Vietnam on June 8, 1972.(AP Photo/Nick Ut) Napalm bombs explode and spread fire during fighting in Trang Bang, Vietnam, June 8, 1972.
Strike by a Skyraider plane was misplaced and injured civilians fleeing the area, occupied in recent days by North Vietnamese forces.Show More On June 8, 1972, AP Photographer Nick Ut captured what would become a Pulitzer Prize winning photo depicting children fleeing from a Napalm bombing during the Vietnam War.In the center of the frame running towards the camera was a naked 9-year-old girl, Phan Thị Kim Phúc, also known as 'Napalm Girl.' In 1973, AP Photographer Nick Ut won the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography for "The Terror of War", his photograph featuring Phan Thị Kim Phúc.The children from left to right are: Phan Thanh Tam, younger brother of Kim Phuc, who lost an eye, Phan Thanh Phouc, youngest brother of Kim Phuc, Kim Phuc, and Kim's cousins Ho Van Bon, and Ho Thi Ting.