Why did they kill?: Cambodia in the shadow of genocide

@inproceedings{Hinton2004WhyDT,
  title={Why did they kill?: Cambodia in the shadow of genocide},
  author={A. Hinton},
  year={2004}
}
  • A. Hinton
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • Between seizing power in April 1975 and being overthrown in January 1979, the Democratic Kampuchea regime of the Khmer Rouge killed over one and a half million people, ranging from ethnic minorities to Cambodians, whether because of associations with the corrupt previous regime or because their suspect revolutionary fervour caused them to be labelled as ‘microbes’ infecting the body politic. The brutality of the Khmer Rouge’s killing machine was self-destructive, for, by the time the Vietnamese… CONTINUE READING
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