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View Resource Yale University: The Cambodian Genocide Program

The Khmer Rouge revolution in Cambodia was one of the modern era's worst examples of state-sponsored violence and organized murder and repression. At least 1.7 million people lost their lives from unnatural causes in a four year period, 1975-79. Unlike other twentieth century genocides, the mass killings of Pol Pot's regime have been largely undocumented and unprosecuted for many years. The...