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Cambodia: Life Under the Khmer Rouge Regime

I was born in 1977. My mum told me it was hard to find food for me. They forced people to work on the rice field but they didn’t allow people to eat anything but just a bow of porridge. It was the Pol Pot regime.

Santel Phin describes the life of many Cambodians under the Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s.

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