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‘Vermont Edition’ Revisits Interview With Loung Ung, Author And Cambodian Genocide Survivor

She was just five years old when the revolutionaries known as the Khmer Rouge took control of her home country of Cambodia.

Lives in pictures are saved as buried treasures

A new book illustrates the risk one Cambodian family took to keep valued photographs out of the Khmer Rouge's clutches.

Books about the Cambodian genocide that helped me understand my father

As someone who is half-Khmer, it’s always been a looming fact in my household that my father survived the Cambodian genocide as a child in the late-1970s.

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