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Facing the Khmer Rouge free pdf As a child growing up in Cambodia, Ronnie Yimsut played among the ruins of the Angkor Wat temples, surrounded by a close-knit community. As the Khmer Rouge gained power and began its genocidal reign of terror, his life became a nightmare. In this stunning memoir, Yimsut describes how, in the wake of death and destruction, he decides to live.

About Ronnie Yimsut

RANACHITH (RONNIE) YIMSUT is an author and activist and has been the subject of independent documentary films and reports by CBS News, NBC News, and PBS, among others. His many written works include "Journey to Freedom" and "In the Shadow of Angkor." A senior landscape architect for the USDA Forest Service, he is also involved in national and international NGOs. DAVID CHANDLER, Ph.D., author of the book's foreword, is a professor emeritus of history at Monash University in Australia. DANIEL SAVIN, M.D., author of the book's afterword, is an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Colorado Schoold of Medicine.

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Author : Ronnie Yimsut
Publisher : Rutgers University Press
Data Published : 15 October 2011
ISBN : 0813551528
EAN : 9780813551524
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 270 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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