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Phnom Penh in 1979 just after the overthrow of the Khmer Rouge regime.

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April 17, 1975: PHNOM PENH FALLS TO KHMER ROUGE FIGHTERS - Cambodia's five-year war ends as the capital Phnom Penh falls to the Khmer Rouge, which instituted brutal, radical policies that claimed an estimated 1.7 million lives until the regime was overthrown in 1979.
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April 17, 1975: PHNOM PENH FALLS TO KHMER ROUGE FIGHTERS - Cambodia's five-year war ends as the capital Phnom Penh falls to the Khmer Rouge, which instituted brutal, radical policies that claimed an estimated 1.7 million lives until the regime was overthrown in 1979.

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Rise and Fall of Khmer Rouge. Losing Control A Cambodian soldier holds a .45 to the head of a Khmer Rouge suspect in 1973. When Sihanouk was forced out of power in a coup, the new Prime Minister, General Lon Nol, sent the army to fight the North Vietnamese and the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. Fighting two enemies proved to be too much for Cambodia's army. As Civil War raged from 1970 to 1975, the army gradually lost territory as Khmer Rouge increased its control in the countryside.
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Rise and Fall of Khmer Rouge. Losing Control A Cambodian soldier holds a .45 to the head of a Khmer Rouge suspect in 1973. When Sihanouk was forced out of power in a coup, the new Prime Minister, General Lon Nol, sent the army to fight the North Vietnamese and the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. Fighting two enemies proved to be too much for Cambodia's army. As Civil War raged from 1970 to 1975, the army gradually lost territory as Khmer Rouge increased its control in the countryside.

Rise and Fall of Khmer Rouge.    Losing Control  A Cambodian soldier holds a .45 to the head of a Khmer Rouge suspect in 1973. When Sihanouk was forced out of power in a coup, the new Prime Minister, General Lon Nol, sent the army to fight the North Vietnamese and the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. Fighting two enemies proved to be too much for Cambodia's army. As Civil War raged from 1970 to 1975, the army gradually lost territory as Khmer Rouge increased its control in the countryside.
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The NYT headline: “Last Americans Leave Cambodia: Embassy Closed.” [April 12, 1975] | © unknown
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April The headline: “Last Americans Leave Cambodia: Embassy Closed.” Several photographs circled a text: “As the city of Phnom Penh fell: Early on April five years of war in Cambodia.

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A New Occupier: Fed up with cross-border raids by Khmer Rouge, Vietnam invaded Cambodia on Dec. 25, 1978. By Jan. 7, shown here, Vietnamese troops had occupied Phnom Penh. The Vietnamese occupation of Cambodia lasted for 10 y
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Vietnamese soldiers patrol the deserted streets of Phnom Pehn having toppled the Khmer Rouge in ((© unknown).

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A New Occupier: Fed up with cross-border raids by Khmer Rouge, Vietnam invaded Cambodia on Dec. 25, 1978. By Jan. 7, shown here, Vietnamese troops had occupied Phnom Penh. The Vietnamese occupation of Cambodia lasted for 10 y

A New Occupier: Fed up with cross-border raids by Khmer Rouge, Vietnam invaded Cambodia on Dec. 25, 1978. By Jan. 7, shown here, Vietnamese troops had occupied Phnom Penh. The Vietnamese occupation of Cambodia lasted for 10 y

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I Survived a Khmer Rouge Execution During the Cambodian Genocide - Just before his 14th birthday in 1975, the Khmer Rouge took over Sovannora Leng's hometown, Phnom Penh.

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Months after the liberation of Cambodia by the Vietnamese People's Army in 1979, East German schoolchildren in Zella-Mehlis donate food supplies to the Cambodian people who have been ravaged by the US aerial bombings from 1969-1970 and under the Khmer Rouge regime of Pol Pot during the 1975-1979 Cambodian Genocide.

Months after the liberation of Cambodia by the Vietnamese People's Army in 1979, East German schoolchildren in Zella-Mehlis donate food supplies to the Cambodian people who have been ravaged by the US aerial bombings from 1969-1970 and under the Khmer Rouge regime of Pol Pot during the 1975-1979 Cambodian Genocide.

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The Fall of Phnom Penh to the Khmer Rouge on April 17, 1975

Khmer Rouge: Left Behind. Days before the occupation of the capital, thousands of Cambodians gather behind a school perimeter fence near the American embassy to watch the final evacuation of U. and foreign nationals.

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September 1989. Vietnamese troop withdrawal from Phnom Penh. Appears to be outside Wat Onalaom.

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Khmer Rouge History: Out from Under the Iron Curtain. Without backing from the Soviet Union, Vietnam could no longer afford to keep its troops in a state of indefinite occupation in Cambodia. In September Vietnamese troops withdrew from Phnom Penh.

Photographer Larry Burrows, far left, struggles through elephant grass and the rotorwash of an American evacuation helicopter as he helps GIs to carry a wounded buddy on a stretcher from the jungle to the helicopter in Mimot, Cambodia, May 4, 1970. The evacuation was during the U.S. incursion into Cambodia during the Vietnam War.

Photographer Larry Burrows, far left, struggles through elephant grass and the rotorwash of a helicopter as he helps GIs to carry a stretcher in Mimot, Cambodia. Photo by Henri Huet.

Independence Monument (Vimean Ekareach) in capital of Cambodia Phnom Penh devoted to those who died in Cambodian War of Independence. Inauguration: November 9, 1962 Architect: Vann Molyvann  Engineer: In Kieth

Independence Monument (Vimean Ekareach) in capital of Cambodia Phnom Penh devoted to those who died in Cambodian War of Independence. Inauguration: November 1962 Architect: Vann Molyvann Engineer: In Kieth

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