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The Lost Executioner: The Story of Comrade Duch and the Khmer Rouge | Paperback

Released on 04 May 2009

Author: Nic Dunlop | Format: Paperback

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A real-life detective story, tracking down the man responsible for some of the worst atrocities of the killing fields

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This is the first book ive read about the khmer rouge and cambodia and i have to say i found it facsinating,altough harrowing along with it
Its been pretty well written (considering the author is a photographer and not a writer) and is an easy enough read and in parts it will leave you squinting your eyes in disgust at how cruel man can be to his fellow man,but also leave you asking yourself the question that ,considering the majority of the people who took part in the genocide were brainwashed from as early an age as 10 or 11 and knew no better,can they really be held to account for it. Very intresting stuff

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AuthorNic Dunlop
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC (GB)
FormatPaperback - 352 Pages
Illustrationsmap, ports.