Soul Survivors gives voice to women and children in Cambodia who survived the genocide (1975 - 1979), when nearly two million people died from execution, starvation, or disease. Through their detailed personal stories, fourteen people reveal the brutality of Pol Pot's regime, how they managed to survive, and what it took to rebuild their lives afterward. In addition to the survivors stories, there are chapters on how the Khmer Rouge came to power, the role of the US, the landmine situation, the Buddhist peace movement, and how to help people in Cambodia. It includes a chronology of Cambodian history, a map of Cambodia, and an index.

Soul Survivors Updated: Stories of Women and Children in Cambodia

SKU: 045323
$32.71 Regular Price
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  • ISBN

    9780975395103
  • Authors

    Wagner, Bhavia C.
  • Extent

    258
  • Format

    Paperback
  • Year

    2002
  • Publisher

    Wild Iris Press

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