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- proper n. a number of sites in Cambodia where mass slaughter of some 2,000,000 people was carried out by the Khmer Rouge in the late 1970s.
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Chariots of Fire, Local Hero and The Killing Fields all had their origins in this type of research.
True Stories: Voices From the Killing Fields More4 was neither a history of the Khmer Rouge, nor a reflection on the infamous killing fields: rather, it was the personal journey of Thet Sambath, a journalist who, in his spare time, travelled the country, interviewing the henchmen of the revolution.