The Great Ancient Khmer CivilizationThe Great Ancient Khmer Civilization
Significant portions of the following historical overview were contributed by dc-cam from
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First They Killed My Father Seminar Questions DirectionsFirst They Killed My Father Seminar Questions Directions
First, They Killed My Father seminar. Answer each question in at least one paragraph and incorporate textual evidence with appropriate page numbers (at least one integrated quotation per response) as part of your answers
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Guerrilla warfareGuerrilla warfare
Higham, Robin and Anthony James Joes. "Lawrence of Arabia." In: Guerrilla Warfare: a historical, Biographical, and Bibliographical Sourcebook. Westport, ct: Greenwood Press, 1996, S. 51-55
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The 8 Stages of GenocideThe 8 Stages of Genocide
Genocide is a process that develops in eight stages that are predictable but not inexorable. At each stage, preventive measures can stop it. The later stages must be preceded by the earlier stages
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By Carol Ann Duffy war photographerBy Carol Ann Duffy war photographer
He is an outsider ("alone/With spools of suffering") who moves between two worlds but is comfortable in neither. The "ordered rows" of film spools may suggest how the photographer tries to bring order to what he records
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Holocaust & Genocide Studies SyllabusHolocaust & Genocide Studies Syllabus
Specifically, we will look at the history of anti-Semitism and its role in the emergence of the Holocaust, and we will also look at genocidal case-studies in Armenia, Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda, and Darfur
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And of the Catholic and Franciscan Presence in AsiaAnd of the Catholic and Franciscan Presence in Asia
Pope John Paul II announced to the world a series of Apostolic Exhortations, among them "Ecclesia in Asia" (1999)
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All of these events resulted in economic and military destabilization in Cambodia and a surge of popular support for Pol PotAll of these events resulted in economic and military destabilization in Cambodia and a surge of popular support for Pol Pot
An attempt by Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot to form a Communist peasant farming society resulted in the deaths of 25 percent of the country's population from starvation, overwork and executions
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Terms to know: Khmer Rouge: Followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea that ruled Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. Nixon DoctrineTerms to know: Khmer Rouge: Followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea that ruled Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. Nixon Doctrine
July 25, 1969 by U. S. President Richard Nixon. He stated that the United States henceforth expected its allies to take care of their own military defense, but that the U. S. would aid in defense only as requested
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The Cambodian Killing FieldsThe Cambodian Killing Fields
Cambodia. After taking power, the Khmer Rouge forced all city dwellers into the countryside to work in forced labor camp and to be “reeducated” in the ways of the Angka
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Assignment on the Killing FieldsAssignment on the Killing Fields
Sydney Schanberg and Dith Pran face the tragedy and chaos of war. Dith Pran stays and helps Schanberg to investigate the situation. The
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