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I am Pol Pot By Steve Otto
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In this novel, in the 1970s turbulence of the Vietnam War, and protests by students and youth who where un-willing to fight for a cause that seemed unwinable. President Richard Nixon spread the... More > Vietnam War to Kampuchea, (called Cambodia today) and not only caused outrage and protest at home, including the Kent State Ohio massacres, but also threw Kampuchea into a state of civil war and out of that emerged Pol Pot. Nixon's inept handling of the situation brought about one of the strangest social experiment of the 20th Century. Pol Pot ruled Kampuchea through a committee known for the first two years only as the Ankar (organization). His name was not even spoken to the Kampuchean people. His Communist Party of Kampuchea had amassed a powerful movement of disenfranchised peasants, who were loyal to him and his regime. The Residence of Phnom Penh, the city’s capital, were not so lucky. They were treated with suspicion. And punishment for those deemed “un-redeemable” was harsh. This is Pol Pot's story.< Less
I Am Pol Pot By Steve Otto
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The 1970s brought us the turbulence of the Vietnam War and its protest by students and youth who where un-willing to fight for a cause that seemed unsinkable and useless. When President Richard Nixon... More > spread the Vietnam War to Kampuchea, (called Cambodia today) he not only caused outrage and protest at home, including the Kent State Ohio massacres, but he also threw Kampuchea into a state of civil war. His inept handling of the situation brought about one of the strangest social experiment of the 20th Century. Pol Pot ruled through a committee known for the first year only as the Ankar (organization). His name was not even spoken to the Kampuchean people for two years. His Communist Party of Kampuchea had amassed a powerful movement of disenfranchised peasants, who were loyal to him and his regime. The Residence of Phnom Penh, the city’s capital, were not so lucky. They were treated with suspicion. And punishment for those deemed “un-redeemable” was harsh.< Less
My Cambodia By Ken Foster
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A photographic journey through Cambodia in the dying days of the Pol Pot regime.
Red Undertow By Kieng S Lim
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Red Undertow describes in painful detail what the author experienced during the Pol Pot Regime. This is a story of war, history, abandonment, hope, love, and ultimate survival. Most of the accounts... More > are factual with some minor changes and additions that adds to the story.< Less
Red Undertow By Kieng S Lim
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Red Undertow describes in painful detail what the author experienced during the Pol Pot Regime. This is a story of war, history, abandonment, hope, love, and ultimate survival. Most of the accounts... More > are factual with some minor changes and additions that adds to the story.< Less
Escape From Cambodia Paperback By Kenneth Khol
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The Cambodian genocide of 1975-1979 is one of the worst human tragedies of the century. Kenneth Khol and his family escaped Cambodia in 1979 in search of freedom. He relives the images, the actions... More > and the emotions of the genocide which ultimately gave him no choice but to escape from Cambodia.< Less
ESCAPE FROM CAMBODIA By Kenneth Khol
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The Cambodian genocide of 1975-1979 is one of the worst human tragedies of the century. Kenneth Khol and his family escaped Cambodia in 1979 in search of freedom. He relives the images, the actions... More > and the emotions of the genocide which soon offered him no other choice but to escape from Cambodia.< Less
Red Undertow By Kieng Sieu Lim
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Through 30 years of tortuous, strange, and profoundly soul-stirring life experience from China to Cambodia and eventually to the United States, the book describes a panorama of the contention of the... More > US, the Soviet Union, and China for power and rivalry in Indochina. The devastation brought about by the International Communist Movement to Cambodia led to a catastrophe that resulted in the death of 2 million people, including several hundred thousand ethnic Chinese in this weak and small country of Cambodia. Red Undertow presents unique descriptions of life during war times, cruelty of the Khmer Rouge regime; lingering and abiding affection, love and resentment within families, episodes of human tragedies leading to parting and separation, events involoving national tragedies and outstanding issues of history, which will bring tears to the eyes of readers and make them learn to cherish their valuable lives all the more.< Less
Red Undertow By Kieng Sieu Lim
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Through 30 years of tortuous, strange, and profoundly soul-stirring life experience from China to Cambodia and eventually to the United States, the book describes a panorama of the contention of the... More > US, the Soviet Union, and China for power and rivalry in Indochina. The devastation brought about by the International Communist Movement to Cambodia led to a catastrophe that resulted in the death of 2 million people, including several hundred thousand ethnic Chinese in this weak and small country of Cambodia. Red Undertow presents unique descriptions of life during war times, cruelty of the Khmer Rouge regime; lingering and abiding affection, love and resentment within families, episodes of human tragedies leading to parting and separation, events involoving national tragedies and outstanding issues of history, which will bring tears to the eyes of readers and make them learn to cherish their valuable lives all the more.< Less
ESCAPE FROM CAMBODIA By Kenneth Khol
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The Cambodian genocide of 1975-1979 is one of the worst human tragedies of the century. Kenneth Khol and his family escaped Cambodia in 1979 in search of freedom. He relives the images, the actions... More > and the emotions of the genocide which soon offered him no other choice but to escape from Cambodia.< Less