After The Killing Fields

Author: Craig Etcheson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275985134
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After The Killing Fields from the Author: Craig Etcheson. The story of the twenty-five year effort to bring to justice the architects of the Cambodian genocide, this study explains why those who orchestrated the murder of 2.2 million people continue to escape responsibility.

After They Killed Our Father

Author: Loung Ung
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1780577583
Size: 61.43 MB
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After They Killed Our Father from the Author: Loung Ung. In 1980, at the age of ten, Loung Ung escaped a devastated Cambodia and flew to the US as a refugee. She and her eldest brother, with whom she escaped, left behind their three surviving siblings, and her book is alternately heart-wrenching and heart-warming, as it follows the parallel lives of Loung and her closest sister, Chou, during the 15 years it took for them to be reunited. Their two worlds were very different, and Loung's depiction of the contrast between her life in the affluent West and that of her sister, who navigated her way through landmine-strewn fields and survived raids by the Khmer Rouge, is laced with the guilt she feels about being the lucky one. This powerful story helps us to understand what happens when a family is torn apart by politics, adversity and war. It is also the compelling and inspirational tale of a remarkable woman.

Beyond The Killing Fields

Author: Usha Welaratna
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804723725
Size: 70.59 MB
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Beyond The Killing Fields from the Author: Usha Welaratna. In 1975, after years of civil war, Cambodians welcomed the Khmer Rouge. Once in power, the regime closed Cambodia to the outside world. Four years later, when the Vietnamese invaded Cambodia and defeated the Khmer Rouge, the world learned how the Khmer Rouge had turned the country into killing fields. After the Vietnamese takeover, thousands of Cambodians fled their homeland. This book presents the Cambodian refugee experience through nine first-person narratives of men, women and children who survived the holocaust and have begun new lives in America.

Church Behind The Wire

Author: Barnabas Mam
Publisher: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 0802483151
Size: 61.59 MB
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Church Behind The Wire from the Author: Barnabas Mam. From the oppression and terror of the killing fields in Cambodia, this is the story of how one man's conversion led to a rebirth of faith that brought hope to a nation. Commissioned by Communists to spy on a Christian evangelistic crusade, Barnabas Mam instead discovered Jesus and came to faith in Him. After spending four years in prison camps at the hands of the Khmer Rouge Barnabas emerged as one of only 200 surviving Christians in all of Cambodia. God raised him up to became the foremost evangelist and church planter in a land broken by genocide. An inspiring story on a personal, church, and national level, this is more than a narrative--it's a blueprint for success for church growth of the most powerful kind.

From The Tobacco Fields To The Killing Fields And Back

Author: Robert Wall
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462820832
Size: 61.50 MB
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From The Tobacco Fields To The Killing Fields And Back from the Author: Robert Wall. Robert Wall is 18, living on a farm in North Carolina. He wants adventure and excitement and joins the Army. His first overseas tour takes him to Korea for 16 months, then to Fort Polk, Louisiana. He is discharged in 1957. Restless, he joins the Air Force in 1958 and is assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, Texas for Jet Engine Repair School. He's shipped to Everux-Fauville Air Base in France for 18 months, then to Edwards Air Force Base, California. Discharged in 1962 he decides to re-enlist in the Army. After basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, he graduated from International Morse Code School and volunteered for Special Forces (Green Berets). After successfully completing parachute school at Fort Benning, Georgia he was shipped to Fort Bragg, North Carolina and completed 8 months of Special Forces training. After additional Special Forces training for 18 months in Okinawa he volunteered for duty in Vietnam, serving 12 months as a communications supervisor. In 1968 he volunteered again for Vietnam, this time assigned to the top-secret outfit; MACV-SOG. Sent to Khe Sanh, he and his team ran reconnaissance missions in Laos and the Ho Chi Minh Trail, going from North Vietnam to South Vietnam, tolerating heat and jungle. After this tour he volunteered for the Canal Zone, working as a communication supervisor in Honduras until 1971. He spent the last 3 years of his enlistment as Operations Sergeant and Acting First Sergeant at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. He retired August 1975.

Working In The Killing Fields

Author: Howard Ball
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 1612347185
Size: 63.32 MB
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Working In The Killing Fields from the Author: Howard Ball. While the specifics of individual wars vary, they share a common epilogue: the task of finding and identifying the “disappeared.” The Bosnian war of the early 1990s, which destroyed the sovereign state of Yugoslavia, is no exception. In Working in the Killing Fields, Howard Ball focuses on recent developments in the technology of forensic science and on the work of forensic professionals in Bosnia following that conflict. Ball balances the examination of complex features of new forensic technology with insights into the lives of the men and women from around the globe who are tasked with finding and excavating bodies and conducting pathological examinations. Having found the disappeared, however, these same pathologists must then also explain the cause of death to international-court criminal prosecutors and surviving families of the victims. Ball considers the physical dangers these professionals regularly confront while performing their site excavations, as well as the emotional pain, including post-traumatic stress disorder, they contend with while in Bosnia and after they leave the killing fields. Working in the Killing Fields integrates discussion of cutting-edge forensic technology into a wider view of what these searches mean, the damage they do to people, and the healing and good they bring to those in search of answers. Even though the Balkan wars took place two decades ago, the fields where so many men, women, and children died still have gruesome and disturbing stories to tell. Ball puts the spotlight on the forensic professionals tasked with telling that story and on what their work means to them as individuals and to the wider world’s understanding of genocide and war.

Beyond The Killing Fields

Author: Sydney Hillel Schanberg
Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1597975052
Size: 48.59 MB
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Beyond The Killing Fields from the Author: Sydney Hillel Schanberg. An anthology of war reporting and commentary by the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist includes articles covering the Vietnam War, Cambodia, and the Iraq War.

The Killing Fields

Author: Chris Riley
Publisher: Twin Palms Pub
ISBN:
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The Killing Fields from the Author: Chris Riley. In this haunting record of barbarism that attended the Cambodian dictatorship of Pol Pot we are confronted with images of one hundred people who are about to be executed at the Khmer Rouge prison, S-21. After being out of print for some time we have a limited number of copies available.