Children of Cambodia s Killing FieldsChildren of Cambodia s Killing Fields



Publisher Fact Sheet This extraordinary collection of eyewitness accounts by Cambodian survivors of Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s offers searing testimony to an era of brutality, brainwashing, betrayals, starvation, & ...

Author: Kim DePaul

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300078730

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Publisher Fact Sheet This extraordinary collection of eyewitness accounts by Cambodian survivors of Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s offers searing testimony to an era of brutality, brainwashing, betrayals, starvation, & gruesome executions.

The Last OneThe Last One



"Imagine that you are six years old.

Author: Marin R. Yann

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ISBN: 1478712821

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"Imagine that you are six years old. You have lost your father, mother, and siblings within the last year because of war. Imagine making a trip across a jungle infested with landmines. Imagine chasing snakes for food. Imagine a childhood spent taking beatings from soldiers and not being able to fight back." -- page four of cover.

Alive in the Killing FieldsAlive in the Killing Fields



This story provides a timeless lesson in the value of human dignity and freedom for readers of all ages.

Author: Nawuth Keat

Publisher: National Geographic Books

ISBN: 9781426306662

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Alive in the Killing Fields is the real-life memoir of Nawuth Keat, a man who survived the horrors of war-torn Cambodia. He has now broken a longtime silence in the hope that telling the truth about what happened to his people and his country will spare future generations from similar tragedy. In this captivating memoir, a young Nawuth defies the odds and survives the invasion of his homeland by the Khmer Rouge. Under the brutal reign of the dictator Pol Pot, he loses his parents, young sister, and other members of his family. After his hometown of Salatrave was overrun, Nawuth and his remaining relatives are eventually captured and enslaved by Khmer Rouge fighters. They endure physical abuse, hunger, and inhumane living conditions. But through it all, their sense of family holds them together, giving them the strength to persevere through a time when any assertion of identity is punishable by death. Nawuth’s story of survival and escape from the Killing Fields of Cambodia is also a message of hope; an inspiration to children whose worlds have been darkened by hardship and separation from loved ones. This story provides a timeless lesson in the value of human dignity and freedom for readers of all ages.

CrossroadsCrossroads



Children of Cambodia ' s Killing Fields : Memoirs by Survivors , compiled by Dith
Pran , introduction by Ben Kiernan , edited by Kim DePaul . New Haven : Yale
University Press , 1997 . ix + 199 pp . $ 25 . 00 , cloth . Children of Cambodia ' s ...

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From the Gulag to the Killing FieldsFrom the Gulag to the Killing Fields



JoAn D. Criddleand Teeda Butt Mam To Destroy You Is No Loss Pin Yathay Stay
Alive, My Son Dith Pran (compiler) Children of Cambodia's Killing Fields Vietnam
Jade Ngoc Quang Hu'ynh South Wind Changing James M. Freeman (editor) ...

Author: Paul Hollander

Publisher: Intercollegiate Studies Inst

ISBN: UOM:39015063296316

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Edited by a renowned scholar of communism, this volume gathers together more than 40 dramatic personal memoirs of communist violence and repression from political prisoners across the globe.

For Most of it I Have No WordsFor Most of it I Have No Words



3 Ben Kiernan , Introduction to Children of Cambodia's Killing Fields ' ibid . p.xii 4
As told to Robin McDowell of the Associated Press , The Telegraph magazine ,
London 21st Feb. 1998 5 Ben Kiernan , ' The Cambodian Genocide : Issues and
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Author: Michael Ignatieff

Publisher: Dewi Lewis Pub

ISBN: UCSC:32106018687308

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Simon Norfolk has photographed sites of genocide and war crimes-names that ring like a death knoll for mankind-Rwanda, Cambodia, Vietnam, Auschwitz, Dresden, Ukraine, Armenia, Namibia. His photographs are charged with an overwhelming emotional intensity as they document where humans have left their trace. They are an extraordinary record of man's inhumanity to man.

Adventist ReviewAdventist Review



V tortured , killed , or died of starvation and disREFLECTIONS SALLY LAM -
PHOON y work brought me to Cambodia ... leading many to the safety of In her
book , Children of Cambodia's Killing Fields : Memoirs refugee camps in
Thailand .

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Prosecuting War Crimes and GenocideProsecuting War Crimes and Genocide



divisions had Khmer Rouge leaders who took their orders from Pol Pot and his
Angkar . 40 . Kiernan , Pol Pot Regime , p . 5 . 41 . Becker , When the War Was
Over , p . 223 . 42 . DePaul , Children of Cambodia ' s Killing Fields , p . xi . 43 .
Ibid .

Author: Howard Ball

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ISBN: UOM:39015048740214

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Combining history, politics, and critical analysis, he revisits the killing fields of Cambodia, documents the three-month Hutu "machete genocide" of about 800,000 Tutsi villagers in Rwanda, and casts recent headlines from Kosovo in the light of these other conflicts."--BOOK JACKET.

Leaving the House of GhostsLeaving the House of Ghosts



Cambodian Refugees in the American Midwest Sarah Streed ... Children of
Cambodia's Killing Fields : Memoirs by Survivors . New Haven and London ...
The Quality of Mercy : Cambodia , Holocaust and the Modern Conscience . New
York ...

Author: Sarah Streed

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: UOM:39015055451077

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Survivors of the Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot's reign now living in the Midwest tell their stories.

U S Immigration and Migration AlmanacU S Immigration and Migration Almanac



In 1997 Pran and his wife , Kim DePaul , collaborated on a book called Children
of Cambodia's Killing Fields : Memories of Survivors , a compilation of first -
person accounts of Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge from the point of view of ...

Author: Sonia Benson

Publisher: Gale Group

ISBN: PSU:000057174082

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Presents a comprehensive overview of the history of U.S. immigration and migration, covering such topics as pre-Columbian migrations, forced migrations, and urbanization; eighteen primary sources; and biographies of fifty significant figures.

The Pursuit of International Criminal JusticeThe Pursuit of International Criminal Justice



National television broadcast them calling for the Cambodian people to let
bygones be bygones for the sake of peace and national ... 178 See e.g.,
CHILDREN OF CAMBODIA's KILLING FIELDs: MEMOIRS BY SURVIvoRs (Dith
Pran comp.

Author: M. Cherif Bassiouni

Publisher: Intersentia Uitgevers N V

ISBN: STANFORD:36105134502082

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This publication contains a survey of world conflicts that occurred between 1945 and 2008, the level of victimization they produced, and the subsequent post-conflict justice (PCJ) mechanisms which were applied. It shows the scope of the problem faced by international criminal justice (ICJ), and how the International Criminal Court (ICC) needs to shape its mission and approach to address ICJ needs and expectations. ICJ is no longer the utopian topic of only 40 years ago. After World War II, the Nuremberg and Tokyo trials were aimed at major offenders in leadership positions. Their prosecution and punishment, it was assumed, would have far reaching, deterring, and educational effects. Since 1948, however, some 310 conflicts have taken place resulting in an estimated 92 to 101 million people killed. In addition, an inestimable number of persons have been injured or have suffered psychological and material harm. Yet, for the most, perpetrators have benefited with impunity and escaped accountability. How can contemporary ICJ address such a volume of core international crimes which have generated so much victimization and material harm? Are the post-World War II assumptions still valid? Can national justice systems assume the primary task of prosecutions? What will the mission of the ICC become, and how will it acquit itself of it? These are issues which are identified within the International Guidelines on Post-Conflict Justice prepared during this project (herein referred to as the Chicago Principles). They are a set of comprehensive guidelines for how governments, international institutions, and others should respond to serious violations of human rights, as well as to promote peace and reconciliation in the aftermath of conflict. They are also an indispensable strategy within which the ICC can best function. Can it then be assumed that the ICC is likely to achieve its mission in the years to come? This two volume set - which contains the proceedings of five regional conferences in Asia, Africa, the Arab World, Europe, and Central and South America, as well as a number of thematic studies dealing with post-conflict justice - should be most instructive to the ICC. These studies also assess various PCJ experiences as a means of determining the most appropriate policy responses in the context of a comprehensive strategy. M. Cherif Bassiouni, in April 2012, received the Wolfgang Friedmann Memorial Award which is given by the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law to a distinguished scholar or practitioner who has made outstanding contributions to the field of international law.

Beyond the Killing FieldsBeyond the Killing Fields



. Through these stories of the survivors ordeal and escape, Welaratna patiently explores the cultural, linguistic, and religious challenges Cambodian refugees face in this country and the long-term impact the violence and turmoil will ...

Author: Usha Welaratna

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804723729

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In 1975, after years of civil war, Cambodians welcomed the Khmer Rouge. Once in power, the regime closed Cambodia to the outside world. Four years later, when the Vietnamese invaded Cambodia and defeated the Khmer Rouge, the world learned how the Khmer Rouge had turned the country into killing fields. After the Vietnamese takeover, thousands of Cambodians fled their homeland. This book presents the Cambodian refugee experience through nine first-person narratives of men, women and children who survived the holocaust and have begun new lives in America.

NewsweekNewsweek



... pictures of people tortured and killed by the Khmer Rouge Three Stories From
Hell Dith Pran collected these accounts in his book “ Children of Cambodia's
Killing Fields . " Teeda Butt Mam We were not allowed to cry or show any grief
when ...

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TricycleTricycle



In his book , Children of Cambodia's Killing Fields , Dith Pran writes : “ It is
important for me that the new generation of Cambodians and Cambodian ... I
want them never to forget the faces of their relatives who were killed during that
time .

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Reflections of a Khmer SoulReflections of a Khmer Soul



In a lyrical journey of self-acceptance, the author questions and comes to term with the Killing Fields and other genocides. She explores what it means to be a child of the Killing Fields raised in the United States.

Author: Navy Phim

Publisher: Navy Phim

ISBN: 9781587368615

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In a lyrical journey of self-acceptance, the author questions and comes to term with the Killing Fields and other genocides. She explores what it means to be a child of the Killing Fields raised in the United States.