Norodom Sihanouk Sangkum Reastre Niyum regime. During his time Sihanouk had to face the quadruple murderous Imperialists, who's trying to use Cambodia as their battle ground
Cambodia - Sihanouk a Peace Maker (2of3) [EN]
While Imperialist Vietcong and Vietminh use Cambodia as their second home to attack Imperialist American, they both draw in Cambodian to die for their colonist wars. Sihanouk did his best to stop his people from being brainwashed by the two muderouse Imperialists but it seem there were too many Yuon in the country who incited bitterly hatred of Khmer and Khmer. There were too many Vietcong roaming like fire out of control
Cambodia - Sihanouk a Peace Maker (3of3) [EN]
On March 28, 1969 , after allowing the settlement of north-Vietnamese troops everywhere in Cambodia , Sihanouk openly declared at a press conference : "the communists have invaded Cambodia -- "I cannot hide them any more - It is time that the International community knows about it..."
The bombing of Vietcong in Cambodia, not only they killed Vietcong but also innocent Cambodian. Vietcong use this bombing plan to destroy Cambodia by moving it force deep inside Cambodia. You will know why there were so many Khmer Rouge force in the 17 April take over of Phnom Penh
During the 70's some 1 million Vietnamese living in Cambodia, most settle under the patronage of the French colonialist, and the majority were clerks, commercialists, and skilled laborers in Phnom Penh. Within all the Vietnamese's they were Vietcong and Vietminh impersonated as Khmer to infiltrate the Cambodian government
Cambodia - The leading to Cap Tren Genocide (2of3) [FR]
Lon Nol ordered his military to set up detention camps for all Vietnamese citizens and hold them as prisoners. During this time the Vietminh sweep through Kompong Chhnang province and bring fighting close to Phnom Penh.
Cambodia - The leading to Cap Tren Genocide (3of3) [FR]
After seeing Vietcong completely occupied the whole Cambodia in general. By doing so the Vietcong help themselves by dragging more B-52's closer to Cambodian town and city and incited hatred within Khmer peasants to hate the Khmer Lon Nollians. This is the flame of war from 1970-1975 because Vietcong had their hands everywhere in Cambodia
Raised as Americans in inner city projects near Seattle, three young Cambodian refugees each made a rash decision as a teenager that irrevocably shaped their destiny. Years later, facing deportation back to Cambodia, they find themselves caught between a tragic past and an uncertain future by a system that doesn't offer any second chances.
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