Madong amok case
Date June 23, 1941
2 p.m.
Location(s) Madong, Dutch East Indies
Killed 2
Injured 11
Weapon(s) Parang

On June 23, 1941 a Malay rubber tapper killed two people and wounded eleven others in Madong, a village near Tanjung Pinang, Dutch East Indies.

At about 2 p.m. that day the man hacked twelve Chinese children and a Chinese adult with a parang, killing two of the children, and leaving ten others seriously and one slightly injured. He was then overwhelmed by bystanders.[1][2]


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