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Battambang,Cambodia,1950,Travel

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Khieu Samphan - Pol Pot's right-hand man in the Khmer Rouge. Chief architect of the Cambodian genocide which murdered over 1,700,000 Cambodian, Vietnamese, and Chinese civilians. Backed by the CIA, MI6, and the military regime of Thailand to launch a war of aggression on neighboring communist Vietnam.

Khieu Samphan - Pol Pot's right-hand man in the Khmer Rouge. Chief architect of the Cambodian genocide which murdered over 1,700,000 Cambodian, Vietnamese, and Chinese civilians. Backed by the CIA, MI6, and the military regime of Thailand to launch a war of aggression on neighboring communist Vietnam.

Battambang,Cambodia,1950,Travel

De Gaulle in Cambodia-King Sihanouk,-In September 1966, in a famous speech in Phnom Penh (Cambodia), he expressed France's disapproval of the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, calling for a U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam as the only way to ensure peace. However, de Gaulle conversed frequently with George Ball, United States President Lyndon Johnson's Under Secretary of State, and told Ball that he feared that the United States risked repeating France's tragic experience in Vietnam, which de…

De Gaulle in Cambodia-King Sihanouk,-In September 1966, in a famous speech in Phnom Penh (Cambodia), he expressed France's disapproval of the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, calling for a U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam as the only way to ensure peace. However, de Gaulle conversed frequently with George Ball, United States President Lyndon Johnson's Under Secretary of State, and told Ball that he feared that the United States risked repeating France's tragic experience in Vietnam, which de…

Battambang,Cambodia,1940,Travel

Battambang,Cambodia,1950,Travel

Royal Dancer, Phnom Penh, #Cambodia | Picture Postcards of Cambodia [1900-1950] by Joel G. Montague.

Royal Dancer, Phnom Penh, #Cambodia | Picture Postcards of Cambodia [1900-1950] by Joel G. Montague.

H.M. King Monivong - being paraded through the streets on a gold chariot drawn by five horses following his second coronation ceremony in Phnompenh.

H.M. King Monivong - being paraded through the streets on a gold chariot drawn by five horses following his second coronation ceremony in Phnompenh.

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