Batang Kali massacre
The Batang Kali massacre is an incident that took place in Malaya on December 12, 1948 during British military operations against native and Chinese communists in the post-World War II Malayan Emergency.
The 7th Platoon, G Company, 2nd Scots Guard surrounded a rubber estate at Sungai Rimoh, Batang Kali, Selangor in Malaya and shot 24 villagers before setting fire to the village.
The only adult male survivor was Chong Hong, who was in his 20s at the time. He fainted and was presumed dead by the Guardsmen.
Eye witnesses include the victims' spouse and children and others including Tham Yong age 78 and Loh Ah Choy age 67.
The men had been separated from the women and children for interrogation before the shooting began.
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