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Christopher Hudson: The Killing Fields

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The ​killing fields is a story about war and horror, murder and terror but also about hope and friendship. The story emerges in the early 1970s in war torn Cambodia, where the communist Khmer Rouge are trying to overthrow the american backed government of Lon Nol. The american journalist Sydney Schanberg and his cambodian assistant Dith Pran are covering the advance of the Khmer Rouge towards the capital of Phnom Penh. In 1975 when the rebells finally enter the capital and seize power, the lives of the residents change dramatically. The Khmer Rouge want to impose a stoneage-like agriculture communism and for that purpose they force the whole population to live and work on the countryside and besides they try to kill all educated, upper class and critical people.
As the foreigner Schanberg will soon be sent out of Cambodia, for Pran, as a well educated cambodian citizen things soon turn to the worst.
What follows is a three year struggle for life. That means Pran has to… (tovább)

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Pan Books, London, 1984
256 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9780330285131

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