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The Khmer Rouge (literally Red Khmers) were the Communist guerillas in Cambodia in the early 1970s. They were created, trained, funded and equipped by North Viet Nam. After the United States Congress, in violation of its treaty obligations, cut off all military aid to South Viet Nam and Cambodia, bo…
The Cambodian genocide, between 1975 to 1979, started when a Communist group, Khmer Rouge, seized control of Cambodia. The leader, Pol Pot, exercised extreme martial law on the people and executed adults and children across the country.
Pot kills no people due to chemicals. People die in pot rleated incidents.
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To pit the Chinese against the Russians, or as vengeance against the NVA? We have many bombs left and we needed to use them up? .....are you kidding me? this is the most bogus answer i have ever heard. the Chinese and Russians were already at odds, and "we had too many bombs left that needed to be…
Democratic Kampuchea was the name given to Cambodia by the Khmer Rouge during their time in power. This was ended by a rapid Vietnamese invasion which began in December 1978, but after months of retreats and fighting, Khmer Rouge members loyal to the old government regrouped in the west of the count…
in Cambodia there was a fight a very small fight between a man and his dog. This is what happened in Cambodia (shortened version)
Because of threatening from Thailand and Laos, Cambodia decided to ask France for protection in 9 November 1953. France helped to protect Cambodia from Thailand and Laos, but France also put a lot of taxes to get money back from Cambodian.
Pol Pot(the leader of the Khmer rouge) wanted to turn Cambodia into a communist country.He attempted to create a utopian agrarian society, he thought he would purify Cambodia and wanted everyone to be communists. He tried to get rid of all impurities in society including capitalism, western culture,…
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The capital city of Cambodia is Phnom Penh.
Phnom Penh is once known as the "Pearl of Asia," this is Cambodia's
economic, political, industrial, and cultural center making it the
nation's wealthiest and most populous city. It is located at the
confluence of three rivers, the Mekong River, the Basaa…
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations encompasses ten small
Southeast Asian countries and membership bids continue to grow. The
primary purposes of the ASEAN and reasons for membership include
economic development and regional peace and stability. An example
of promoting stability and peace act…
The main reasons are for food, clothing and money and trade. Also, if they were farming and they wanted more land, they would have hunted down any animals in their way
Pol Pot was a brutal communist dictator who seized power in Cambodia (formerly known as Kampuchea) in 1975. he became prime minister of the "new communist government" with his legion known as the Khmer Rouge in 1976. he was a vicious ruler and implemented forced labor,caused famine(starvat…
Mostly intellectuals and skilled workers the Khmer Rouge carried out a radical program that included isolating the country from foreign influence, closing schools, hospitals and factories, abolishing finance, currency and, outlawing all major religious groups, confiscating all prope…
"Pol Pot" was trying to bring Cambodia back to what he called
'Ground Zero'. 'Ground Zero' was his idea of what a utopian society
should be. In order to reach this perfect society, all the citizens
would have to be peasants who lived life on a subsistence level.
Another theory is that was afraid tha…
he was an evil man who killed over two million people for 'tests'. He was born in cambodia and became the leader of the Khmer rouge , who were a military against the cambodian government.
Pol Pot (Saloth Sar) was a Cambodian communist revolutionary
He killed about 1.7 million people because he wanted to be a strong man.
On the Gulf of Thailand in Southeast Asia between Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. Cambodia is along the eastern border of Vietnam, with a northern border touching Laos, and a western border with Thailand as a neighbor; the southern portion is coastline. Cambodia located south of China(but not touching …
Angkor Wat.Built under the rule of King Suryavarman II who ruled the Khmers in the 12th century.It was part of a vast irrigation system.This is now defunct,with the canals dried up or covered over.Angkor Wat is today a World Heritage Site.
Anti- Laotian & Vietnamese racism couples with a wish to return to the Angkor, the empire once centred in Khmer with himself as the centre piece and the peasants worlking with a version of Theravada biddhism holding the whole thing together, was a dogma based system of extermination of 2 million…
Pol Pot created the Killing Fields in order to deal with the
problem that not every Cambodian supported his creation of a
"Utopian Angkorian State" or were not physically capable of
bringing it to fruition.
Cambodia was ruled by Khmer Rouge from 1975-1979, when Vietnam invaded.
Cambodia is now ruled by it's own government and the prime minister is Hun Sen although it might change because of the elections soon
The Cambodian genocide took place from 1975 to 1979. Somewhere
between 1.5 million and 3 million people were murdered by the Khmer
Rouge regime. The goal of the regime was to create an agrarian
.? because when someone goes away from us then we have to bye bye it from deep of heart. bacause you know that movement will not come in your life again...!!!!
Khmer Empire era was a greatest period in Cambodian history. Cambodia owned many lands that present day are Thailand, Laos, Vietnam (most parts). The Khmer Empire was one of the most powerful empires in Southeast Asia, based in what is now Cambodia and flourishing from the 9th to the 15th century. …
The Khmer Rouge combined several extremists government ideas. Their
social policy focused on achieving a purely agrarian society and
used ethnic cleansing campaigns and executions to hasten their
goals. The Khmer Rouge leader, Pol Pot, once said it was his goal
to '[achieve] a complete Communist soc…
Phnom Penh is the capital and largest city of
In the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia
Pol Pot was about 5'9'' tall.
the Khmer rouge started in 1975
Saloth Sar, AKA Pol Pot, was the leader of the Khmer Rouge
Communist Party and became the defacto leader when government
control by the group was forcefully taken. He maintained his power
through fear and force through a totalitarian dictatorship that
imposed radical agrarian socialism. He used forc…
Comes from cambodia
Yes, there are two different Cambodian Civil Wars. The more famous
Cambodian Civil War was from 1968-1975. A second, less famous
Cambodian Civil War of 1979-1999 followed. The intervening period
of 1975-1979 was the period of Khmer Rouge rule of Cambodia during
which Pol Pot's infamous genocide took…
The Khmer Rouge is remembered mainly for the deaths of an estimated 2.5-3 million people according to UN investigations.
Yes,under the control of Pol Pot,the Khmer Rouge killed or enslaved doctors and teachers and anyone else who was middle class(bourgiose)or members of the Khmer Bleu and their civilian supporters.Not only were Cambodians killed,but also foreign nationals.This occurred from 1975 until 1978 when the Kh…
pol pot killed Khmer people
There are many reasons for the genocide in Cambodia. The leader of the Khmer Rouge (a political party that ruled ove cambodia from 1975-1979. Are the people that killed the over two million Cambodians.) said that the reason for the attacks on Cambodians was the United states bombing some of the main…
No it did not, Cambodia recently took over by Vietnam. After Vietnam quit, Cambodia established new country. Long time ago, Cambodia took over by French colonization. Cambodia and some part of Thailand, such as Siam nakhon or Siamrat was later controlled by French and they changed the name. Nowadays…
Prime minister of Cambodia is HUN SEN
People believe someone poisoned him while under house arrest. In my opinion they should have shot him dead.
Although the exact number will never be known, the most common estimates are between 1.4 million and 2.2 million, with perhaps half of those deaths being due to executions, and the rest from starvation and disease - about 20% of the country's population.
Stalin, Lenin, Ho Chi Minh are all totalitarianists with fake names. Pol Pot was influence by these preceding totalitarianists in many ways, one of these being the changing of his name. It was sort of a rite of passage for all totalitarian leaders, so change their names. He also did it for the sake …
Cambodians speak Khmer
Caves in prehistoric Cambodia were first occupied around 7000 BC.
From around 2000 BC, Cambodians began growing food and
1863 till March 1945: The Protectorate of CambodiaMarch till October 1945: The Japanese Occupation of Cambodia1948 till 1970: The Kingdom of Cambodia1970 till 1975 by Lon Nol: Khmer Republic1975 till 1979 by Khmer Rouge: Democratic Cambodia1979 till 1989 by Hun Sen: People`s Republic of Cambodia1989…
-Cambodia used to be a powerful empire while Thailand never got to be an empire. -Thailand has bigger land than Cambodia -Thailand moderner and richer than Cambodia -In Thailand had terrorisms, but not in Cambodia -Cambodia existed in southeast Asia before Thailand -Thai population is bigger tha…
His biggest speech took place in Phnom Penh, on September 29 1977.
the genocide started by a prisoner takin in.
A nation in southeastern Asia.
Democratic Kampuchea is a former name of Kingdom of Cambodia.It is situated in South-East Asia,bordered in the north by Laos and Thailand,with Vietnam to the East and Southeast while the Gulf of Thailand laps the shores of the Southwest.The population is approx. 13mil…
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The smallest province in Cambodia is the province of Kep. This
province is only 130 square miles in size and has a population of
As of July 2012, Cambodia's population was 14,952,665.
Because Norodom Sihanouk decided to cooperate with Khmer Rouge.
Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge came to power after defeating the Lon Nol Republican government
About 2.9 million.
It was related to the history of the Cambodia. Actually, Cambodia was weak to defend itself from the foreign invaded. That the reason the king of Cambodia decided to put French colony for helping.
Apparently Pol Pot wanted to cleanse the country and start all over again, meaning kill off the intelligent people... I think...
The bombing of Cambodia and Laos was called Operation Menu. This
campaign took place in 1969 and in 1970 when the US was involved in
the Vietnam War.
There are *33* letters in Cambodian alphabet, each letter has its own leg. There's also about 25 vowels, and addition of 4 consonants that come with the vowel sound, and about 13 punctuations also. 33+33+4+25+13=total of 108.
Yes, President Barack Obama, the 44th President of the U.S.,
visited Cambodia in 2012. He was the first American leader to do
On April 17 1975, when the government of the Khmer Republic collapsed and the Khmer Rouge captured Phnom Penh.
There are three countries today that make up the former Khmer
Empire. The main area is Cambodia, but it also covered parts of
Laos and Thailand, and southern Vietnam.
Obtain the book titled: "Children of Cambodia's Killing Field. Memoirs By Survivors." By Dith Pran. Yale University Press.
...Edited to add...everywhere. There were literally death pits all over the countryside. The cities were forced to be abandoned by the Cambodians who lived there, as the Khmer…
From 1975 to 1979, the Khmer Rouge had control of Cambodia. During
this period it is estimated that 2 Million people were killed. Pol
Pot is the name of the person most credited with this disaster.
Pol Pot did affect the world through his racist sentiments. As a
leader, he helped the spread of slave trade especially in areas
where he had jurisdictions.
Cambodian belongs to the Mon-Khmer language family...which Vietnamese belongs to. The languages are somewhat similar. Cambodian is also similar to Thai although Thai comes from a different language family, only because a good portion of Thai borrows words from Cambodia. oh and there is some european…
KhmerThey speak Khmer, which is the language of The Kingdom of Cambodia.
Because of so much troubles from its neighbor such as Thailand and Vietnam, made Cambodia asked France to help protect the country. France included Cambodia as one of the French colony.
they took over the government
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Pol Pot did not want to have power of cambodia, since he was working with the cambodian government every else had a place they were chose,so the only place left for Pol Pot was having control over cambodia and that is all.......
Following its establishment, the primary foreign relationships of the PRK were those with Vietnam, Laos, the Soviet Union, and the countries of Eastern Europe. The PRK had only one resident mission in a noncommunist state, the one in India. The PRK also maintained diplomatic relations with about twe…
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Many of the victims of the Cambodian genocide were innocent city
dwellers. The Khmer Rouge government forced people out of the
cities to work on collective farms. Victims of the tragedy also
came from the ranks of doctors, professors, and other educated
Pol Pot died on April 15, 1998 at the age of 72.
to help the poor people which were the majority of ppl in combodia
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In 1975 North Vietnamese forces seized South Vietnam's capital, Saigon and in the same year Lon Nol was defeated by the Khmer Rouge. Things were calming down but were still very uneasy until 1989 when Prince Sihanouk was elected president of newly restored Cambodia.
Politique potentielle. He was given that nickname by the Chinese authorities. However his real name was Saloth Sar.
Cambodia is much better now!! Im so happy. The people are so nice and welcoming and the kids are so sweet. I suggest bringing candy for them cuz they might ask u for some!! lolz Remember their just kids!
Thailand, Laos and Vietnam.
Tourism has several disadvantages. For one thing, it causes a lot
of excess traffic. For another, it drives up the prices of goods
and services in tourist areas.
Khmer rouge under the guidance of Pol Pot.
It was the Pol Pot goverment as he turned into a extremist
Darwinian, he took the "Survival of the fittest" motto to heart as
Hitler and Stalin did. Surviving the Pol Pot genocide was next to
impossible. Once a group was rounded none of them was ever
released. After torture and interrogation, someti…
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Saloth Sar (Pol Pot) passed away (Thankfully) April 15, 1998 .
Their plan was to transform Cambodia into a Communist Society, in a
ruthless attempt by human slaughter. An attempt by Khmer Rouge
leader Pol Pot to form a Communist peasant farming society resulted
in the deaths of 25 percent (approx. 2 million) of the country's
population from starvation, overwork…