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16. Mai

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Der Mai ist der Tag des gregorianischen Kalenders, somit verbleiben noch Tage bis zum Jahresende. Auch der römische und der Julianische Kalender kennen den Mai. Daten vor der Gregorianischen Kalenderreform werden in der Regel im. Der Mai ist der (in Schaltjahren ) Tag des Jahres, somit verbleiben noch Tage bis zum Jahresende. Inhaltsverzeichnis. Ereignisse. Der Mai ist der Tag des Gregorianischen Kalenders (der in Schaltjahren), somit verbleiben noch Tage bis zum Jahresende.

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The evidence indicates that only 3 or 4 were confirmed as Viet Cong although there were undoubtedly several unarmed VC men, women, and children among them and many more active supporters and sympathizers.

One man from the company was reported as wounded from the accidental discharge of his weapon. Critics of the Peers Report pointed out that it sought to place the real blame on four officers who were already dead, foremost among them the commander of Task Force Barker, LTC Frank Barker, who was killed in a mid-air collision on 13 June In May , a sergeant who participated in Operation Speedy Express wrote a confidential letter to then Army Chief of Staff Westmoreland describing civilian killings he said were on the scale of the massacre occurring as "a My Lai each month for over a year" during — Two other letters to this effect from enlisted soldiers to military leaders in , all signed "Concerned Sergeant", were uncovered within declassified National Archive documents.

The letters describe common occurrences of civilian killings during population pacification operations. Army policy also stressed very high body counts and this resulted in dead civilians being marked down as combatants.

Alluding to indiscriminate killings described as unavoidable, the commander of the 9th Infantry Division, then Major General Julian Ewell , in September , submitted a confidential report to Westmoreland and other generals describing the countryside in some areas of Vietnam as resembling the battlefields of Verdun.

In July , the Office of Provost Marshal General of the Army began to examine the evidence collected by the Peers inquiry regarding possible criminal charges.

Eventually, Calley was charged with several counts of premeditated murder in September , and 25 other officers and enlisted men were later charged with related crimes.

On November 17, , a court-martial in the United States charged 14 officers, including Major General Koster, the Americal Division's commanding officer, with suppressing information related to the incident.

Most of the charges were later dropped. During the four-month-long trial, Calley consistently claimed that he was following orders from his commanding officer, Captain Medina.

Despite that, he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison on 29 March , after being found guilty of premeditated murder of not fewer than twenty people.

Two days later, President Richard Nixon made the controversial decision to have Calley released from armed custody at Fort Benning , Georgia, and put under house arrest pending appeal of his sentence.

Calley's conviction was upheld by the Army Court of Military Review in and by the U. Court of Military Appeals in In August , Calley's sentence was reduced by the Convening Authority from life to twenty years.

Calley would eventually serve three and one-half years under house arrest at Fort Benning including three months in a disciplinary barracks in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

In September , he was paroled by the Secretary of the Army , Howard Callaway. In a separate trial, Medina denied giving the orders that led to the massacre, and was acquitted of all charges, effectively negating the prosecution's theory of " command responsibility ", now referred to as the "Medina standard".

Several months after his acquittal, however, Medina admitted he had suppressed evidence and had lied to Henderson about the number of civilian deaths.

Captain Kotouc, an intelligence officer from 11th Brigade, was also court-martialed and found not guilty.

Koster was demoted to brigadier general and lost his position as the Superintendent of West Point. His deputy, Brigadier General Young, received a letter of censure.

Both were stripped of Distinguished Service Medals which had been awarded for service in Vietnam. Of the 26 men initially charged, Calley was the only one convicted.

Howard Callaway , Secretary of the Army, was quoted in The New York Times in as stating that Calley's sentence was reduced because Calley honestly believed that what he did was a part of his orders—a rationale that contradicts the standards set at Nuremberg and Tokyo, where following orders was not a defense for committing war crimes.

Army from January to August for crimes against civilians in Vietnam. The destruction was officially attributed to "Viet Cong terrorists".

Quaker service workers in the area gave testimony in May by Martin Teitel at hearings before the Congressional Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees in South Vietnam.

In June , Teitel's account was published in The New York Times. Some of them expressed regrets without acknowledging any personal guilt, as, for example, Ernest Medina, who said, "I have regrets for it, but I have no guilt over it because I didn't cause it.

That's not what the military, particularly the United States Army, is trained for. There is no such thing. Not in the military.

If I go into a combat situation and I tell them, 'No, I'm not going. I'm not going to do that. I'm not going to follow that order', well, they'd put me up against the wall and shoot me.

American veterans Hugh Thompson and Lawrence Colburn, who were shielding civilians during the massacre, addressed the crowd.

Among the listeners was Phan Thi Nhanh, a year-old girl at the time of the massacre. She was saved by Thompson and vividly remembered that tragic day, "We don't say we forget.

We just try not to think about the past, but in our hearts we keep a place to think about that". More than a thousand people turned out on 16 March , forty years after the massacre.

They threw me into a ditch full of dead bodies. I was covered with blood and brains. On 19 August , Calley made his first public apology for the massacre in a speech to the Kiwanis club of Greater Columbus, Georgia : [] [].

I am very sorry If you are asking why I did not stand up to them when I was given the orders, I will have to say that I was a 2nd lieutenant getting orders from my commander and I followed them—foolishly, I guess.

Barker, CPT Earl Michaels, and 2LT Stephen Brooks, who all died before the beginning of the investigation. Before being shipped to South Vietnam, all of Charlie Company's soldiers went through an advanced infantry training and basic unit training at Pohakuloa Training Area in Hawaii.

The Stars and Stripes published a laudatory piece, "U. On 12 April , the Trident wrote that, "The most punishing operations undertaken by the brigade in Operation Muscatine's area involved three separate raids into the village and vicinity of My Lai, which cost the VC killed".

Hackworth []. Consequently, NBC aired on 10 September a segment in the Huntley-Brinkley Report which mentioned the murder of a number of civilians in South Vietnam.

Following that, emboldened Ronald Ridenhour decided to disobey the Army's order to withhold the information from the media. He approached reporter Ben Cole of the Phoenix Republic , who chose not to handle the scoop.

Charles Black from the Columbus Enquirer uncovered the story on his own but also decided to put it on hold. Two major national news press outlets — The New York Times and The Washington Post , received some tips with partial information but did not act on them.

Hersh initially tried to sell the story to Life and Look magazines; both turned it down. Hersh then went to the small Washington-based Dispatch News Service , which sent it to fifty major American newspapers; thirty of them accepted it for publication.

He estimated the number of killed civilians as Joseph Eszterhas of The Plain Dealer , a friend of Ron Haeberle, knew about the photo evidence of the massacre and published the grisly images of the dead bodies of old men, women, and children on 20 November Richard L.

Strout , the Christian Science Monitor political commentator, emphasized that, "American press self-censorship thwarted Mr.

Ridenhour's disclosures for a year. Following the massacre a Pentagon task force called the Vietnam War Crimes Working Group VWCWG investigated alleged atrocities by U.

The VWCWG also investigated over additional alleged atrocities but could not verify them. Over songs were released about the My Lai massacre and Lt.

William Calley. Commercially, the most successful song was "Battle Hymn of Lt. Calley" by Terry Nelson , which peaked at 37 in the Billboard Hot on 1 May , selling over 1 million records.

It was nominated for four Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Book of a Musical. Army personnel.

The most published and graphic images were taken by Ronald Haeberle, a U. Army Public Information Detachment photographer who accompanied the men of Charlie Company that day.

In , Haeberle said that he destroyed a number of photographs he took during the massacre. Unlike the photographs of the dead bodies, the destroyed photographs depicted Americans in the actual process of murdering Vietnamese civilians.

According to M. Paul Holsinger, the And babies poster, which used a Haeberle photo, was "easily the most successful poster to vent the outrage that so many felt about the human cost of the conflict in Southeast Asia.

Copies are still frequently seen in retrospectives dealing with the popular culture of the Vietnam War era or in collections of art from the period.

Another soldier, John Henry Smail of the 3rd Platoon, took at least 16 color photographs depicting U.

Alaux Jr. PFC Mauro, PFC Carter, and SP4 Widmer Carter shot himself in the foot with a. The graves with headstones, signs on the places of killing and a museum are all located on memorial site.

Some American veterans chose to go on pilgrimage to the site of the massacre to heal and reconcile. Veterans, including Hugh Thompson Jr. Mike Boehm, [] a veteran who was instrumental in the peace park effort, said, "We cannot forget the past, but we cannot live with anger and hatred either.

With this park of peace, we have created a green, rolling, living monument to peace. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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