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One Night In Poipet by Richard Cranor and Kristina Rogers

A backpacker recounts a harrowing encounter with human traffickers in a remote Cambodian border town.
In 2010, after surviving Stage 3 testicular cancer, divorce, job loss, and a whole host of other life difficulties, Richard Cranor traveled to Southeast Asia hoping to find some much needed rest and soul searching.

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The Khmer Rouge by Nhem Boraden

The Khmer Rouge: Ideology, Militarism, and the Revolution That Consumed a Generation examines the entire organizational life of the Khmer Rouge, looking at it from both a societal and organizational perspective. The chapters cover each pivotal period in the history of the Khmer Rouge, explaining how extreme militarism, organizational dynamics, leadership policies, and international context all conspired to establish, maintain, and destroy the Khmer Rouge as an organization.

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The Independent Traveller's Guide to Cambodia by Alexia Cournoyer

Ever wanted to travel independently and have been too daunted, haven't travelled for a while and wonder what you've missed or just looking for ideas for your trip? Then this book is for you. Written by an independent traveller who has spent the last 30 years on and off wandering around the globe, it's a pocket guide to Cambodia. It doesn't pretend to give you all those mindboggling details that the main guides do, instead it builds on that to give you a more human picture of what to take, where to go, what to see and what to look for.

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Writing for Raksmey by Joan Healy

Writing for Raksmey tells of the lives of six families who fled the aftermath of the Cambodian killing fields, were held in a crowded refugee camp at the border of their country, and then sent back to a nation still at war. The past is not spoken about but the struggles are not over and the sons and daughters of those who once were refugees sense mystery in their legacy and know it is important to them.

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The Killing of Cambodia by James A. Tyner

Between 1975 and 1978, the Khmer Rouge carried out genocide in Cambodia unparalleled in modern history. Approximately 2 million died - almost one quarter of the population. Taking an explicitly geographical approach, this book argues whether the Khmer Rouge's activities not only led to genocide, but also terracide - the erasure of space. In the Cambodia of 1975, the landscape would reveal vestiges of an indigenous pre-colonial Khmer society, a French colonialism and American intervention.

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My Tales of Woe - and Wow - from My Travels through Cambodia by Ryan Biddulph

Blogging from Paradise blogger and author Ryan Biddulph shares his tales of woe and wow during his 2 month trip through Cambodia in 2013. From Phnom Penh, to Siem Reap, to Sihanoukville, to Battambang, to Kampot, Ryan braved wicked typhoons, swinging bags of vomit and intense meditation sessions in Cambodian wats to share these stories with you. If you're a sucker for a good travel story, kick back, relax and enjoy.

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