August 30

This Day in History

Vietnam War

Aug 30, 1970:

Elections held in South Vietnam

An estimated 6 million South Vietnamese cast ballots for 30 seats at stake in the Senate elections. While the voting was going on, Communist forces attacked at least 14 district towns, a provincial capital, and several polling places. Fifty-five civilians were reported killed and 140 wounded.

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