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To what extent was the vision of Cambodia underpinned by the ideal of a class based revolution and to what extent was it based on nationalist xenophobia?
Author: tommy3ts
 

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English
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4 (standart text format)
Type:
Essay
Category:
History
Published:
04.09.2006.
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14 Kb
Paper ID:
826684

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In April 1975, the Khmer Rouge marched into Phnom Penh to bring an end to five years of civil war, invasions and bombardment and mark the beginning of a regime that would destroy many Cambodian's lives. Statistics vary, but by the end of their four year occupation more than one million Cambodians had perished. This new regime had a vision for Cambodia. This vision was to create a nation based on the Khmer race and involved building this new Cambodia on a socialist model. But to what extent was this vision of Cambodia underpinned by the ideal of a class based revolution and to what extent...

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