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A country[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambodia] in [[Southeast Asia]] that was extensively remodelled in the 1970s by the Khmer Rouge under the marxist loon [[Pol Pot]]. Death and unpleasantness followed in industrial quantities. His bright idea was a return to a rustic lifestyle from the middle ages would be good for the soul, moving the urban masses into the countryside actually created a delightful mix of starvation, disease and random mass murder. In an amusing irony, his downfall was engineered in part by his fellow marxist loons, the Vietnamese. An award-winning film, 'The Killing Fields', has been made about these events.[http://uk.imdb.com/title/tt0087553/]
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A country[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambodia] in [[Southeast Asia]] that was extensively remodelled in the 1970s by the [[Khmer Rouge]] under the marxist loon [[Pol Pot]]. Death and unpleasantness followed in industrial quantities. His bright idea was a return to a rustic lifestyle from the middle ages would be good for the soul, moving the urban masses into the countryside actually created a delightful mix of starvation, disease and random mass murder. In an amusing irony, his downfall was engineered in part by his fellow marxist loons, the Vietnamese. An award-winning film, 'The Killing Fields', has been made about these events.[http://uk.imdb.com/title/tt0087553/]
  
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[[Category:Places and Postings]]

Revision as of 01:39, 19 March 2011

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A country[1] in Southeast Asia that was extensively remodelled in the 1970s by the Khmer Rouge under the marxist loon Pol Pot. Death and unpleasantness followed in industrial quantities. His bright idea was a return to a rustic lifestyle from the middle ages would be good for the soul, moving the urban masses into the countryside actually created a delightful mix of starvation, disease and random mass murder. In an amusing irony, his downfall was engineered in part by his fellow marxist loons, the Vietnamese. An award-winning film, 'The Killing Fields', has been made about these events.[2]