The 100,000-strong Army of Socialist Vietnam entered Democratic Kampuchea on the 25th of December, 1978, supported by the USSR (and the US) – the Vietnamese
Although it is often stated that no documentary evidence exists regarding Democratic Kampuchea (1975-1979) – this is not strictly true (as this blog section seeks
The reason all kinds of allegations can be made about the Khmer Rouge is because its stint in power was relatively short-lived (around 3 years
The above picture is of Ann-Marie Lambert who (amongst other things) ill-treated the family dogs – causing them to ‘fight’ whilst my mother was asleep (due to her illness). This led to ‘Honey’ being seriously injured with this woman taking the dog to the local Vets to be ‘put down’ (as if we wouldn’t notice). I was told of this madness by my distraught mother via the telephone! Do not trust this corrupt firm, its employees rob and abuse those under its care – including pets!
In 1966 Pol Pot returned to the jungles of Kampuchea armed with the ‘Selected Works of Mao Zedong’ – which he studied indepth and found
I would like to thank my Facebook friend Luka Nićiforović (Лука Нићифоровић) for drawing my attention to the curious idea that Pol Pot may have