Was there a massacre in Tiananmen Square?

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History

 

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Daniel M

 

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April 10, 2014

 

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University

 

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The Chinese government denies this to be true and calls the event the ‘Tiananmen Square Incident’. BBC footage, witness accounts and journals written about the event suggest a massacre did occur. However, official government sources, and the unreliability of witnesses and media accounts imply that the massacre of the students at Tiananmen Square did not occur...
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BBC journalists recorded footage of casualties leaving the square to over-crowded, under-staffed hospitals. BBC described the scene as “[t]he troops have been firing indiscriminately… Their own army were firing at them.” This footage suggests that there was violence in Tiananmen Square with the potential for fatalities...
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