STILLED LIVES: Photographs of the Cambodian Genocide – Wynne Cougill with Pang Pivoine, Ra Chhayran, and Sim Sopheak Translated by Chy Terith (2004)
This book contains photographs and essays on the lives of 51 men and women, who joined the Khmer Rouge during the 1960s and 1970s. They
One of the most favored of the Khmer Rouge’s nine military divisions, Division 703 was composed of 5,000 to 6,000 peasants, primarily from Kandal province.
VOICES FROM S-21: Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Secret Prison – David Chandler Translated by Sour Bonsou (2003)
Historian Chandler examines the Khmer Rouge regime through S-21, a secret prison in Phnom Penh where over 14,000 people died and less than a dozen survived. Using
First published in 1947, millions of people have read the diary of 13-year old Anne Frank. She and other members of her family hidin the
FIRST THEY KILLED MY FATHER: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers – Loung Ung Translated by Norng Lina (2002)
In this book, Loung Ung tells the story of her life under the Khmer Rouge. When she was five years old, she and her