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  • Communist Rouge : The Khmer Rouge

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    Noah Lossing Mr. Frecklton  Western civilization  March 31 2015 Rough Draft Khmer Rouge The Khmer Rouge was the name given to the people of the Communist Party of Kampuchea, in Cambodia. It was formed in 1968 and was also known as the "Vietnam People 's Army". It was the ruling party of Cambodia from 1975 to 1979, It was lead by a ruler named pol pot who was ruthless and did not care what the people said. Some of Pol pots comrade 's icluded, Nuon Chea, Ieng Sary, Son Sen, and Khieu, These men worked

  • Genocide: The Khmer Rouge

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    the mass killings that took place. Khmer Rouge, an authoritative organization, was the main source towards the genocide that occurred due to their opinions on mass production, which led to the deaths of thousands of Cambodian citizens. The passion between Khmer Rouges ideas behind mass production was very resilient which led to controlled actions and intentions causing the genocide to take place. Scared Sacred by Velcrow Ripper stated that the Khmer Rouge group directed the younger generations to

  • Khmer Rouge Genocide

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    The Khmer Rouge were followers of a communist party of Kampuchea, which took control of Cambodia on April 17, 1975. The party’s existence was kept a secret until 1977, anyone outside of CPK knew the leaders as Angkar Padevat. A genocide was born, where they tortured and killed thousands of innocents under the order of dictator Pol Pot. They set policies and rules to reach their main goal, which was to build a new Cambodia focused on agricultural success. When the Khmer Rouge took power people were

  • Children In The Khmer Rouge

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    The group named The Khmer Rouge killed anyone who was in their way. Although some may argue otherwise, that

  • Moulin Rouge Analysis

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    Moulin Rouge! that serve to amaze the audience.” The can-can dance is a flurry of legs and petticoats thrown up in the air, edited with a fast pace to convey the excitement Christian is feeling when he enters the Moulin Rouge. These elements successfully elicit the filmmaker’s desired emotion within me. When Satine first appears in the film during her burlesque routine, the crowd is in awe, staring up at her like she is an angel coming down from heaven. When she performs in the Moulin Rouge, the crowd

  • Cambodi The Khmer Rouge

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    Cambodia history would be changed forever. This was the start of Cambodia genocide. Pol Pot, the leader of the Khmer Rouge, became the ruler of Cambodia. He did not like the idea of them influenced by other countries. Khmer Rouge persecuted all the educated citizens. They persecuted doctors, lawyers, police, and former military. They even prosecuted Buddhists, Christians and Muslims. Khmer Rouge then put all the citizens in living arrangements according to their trust. The “old citizens” were the most trust

  • Essay On Khmer Rouge

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    In between 1975-1979 during the Khmer Rouge’s reign in Cambodia, a total of roughly 2 million people were killed.  A significant amount of these people were victims of execution enforced by the regime (Cambodia’s Brutal Khmer Rouge Regime). By killing this amount of people in such a short period of time, millions of families were forced into a state of emotional turmoil and grievance without some loved ones alive. Also, the current population suffered an immediate blow with the loss of all of these

  • Nazis and Khmer Rouge

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    like Nazi Germany and Khmer Rouge Cambodia. Told by the young voices of Elie Wiesel in Night and Chanthity Him in When Broken Glass Floats, each author tells their story of what it meant to grow up as a victim of these regimes. And through the analysis of their experiences are we able to observe the similar tactics two radical government groups imposed and how these tactics-both similar and different- advanced the politics of the aggressors. The Nazis and Khmer Rouge were unanticipated forces

  • Crimes In The Khmer Rouge

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    Throughout the entirety of their regime, the Khmer Rouge, known initially as the Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK), perpetrated various crimes against humanity as well as war crimes; violating and depriving citizens from their most basic human rights. Influenced by a Communist agrarian utopia and dissatisfied with the economic situation in Cambodia, the Khmer Rouge wanted to restart civilization, and create a "pure", rural, classless society. In the attempts to do so, they abolished all private property

  • The Causes Of The Khmer Rouge

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    The Khmer Rouge carried out one of the most horrific genocides in the twentieth century. The nation of Cambodia was in a near-decade civil war between the Communist (Khmer Rouge) and the monarchy and then the Khmer Republic. The Khmer Rouge won the civil war and controlled all of Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. During this time, they committed horrific crimes against their own people. This genocidal regime was one of the worst events in the later years of the 1900s, and it is not well talked about in