Before Kampuchea: Preludes To Tragedy

by Milton Osborne
Before Kampuchea: Preludes To Tragedy

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The year which marked a turning point in Cambodia's history was 1966, a year Milton Osborne spent working in Phnom Penh and travelling the countryside. He provides a personal record of people and places in a rapidly changing society, and an analysis of the country's descent into chaos and disaster. The year that Milton Osborne judges to have been a turning point in Cambodia's modern history was 1966, a year he spent working in Phnom Penh and travelling widely in the countryside. He recounts many telling - and moving - personal experiences during this time: the
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The year which marked a turning point in Cambodia's history was 1966, a year Milton Osborne spent working in Phnom Penh and travelling the countryside. He provides a personal record of people and places in a rapidly changing society, and an analysis of the country's descent into chaos and disaster. The year that Milton Osborne judges to have been a turning point in Cambodia's modern history was 1966, a year he spent working in Phnom Penh and travelling widely in the countryside. He recounts many telling - and moving - personal experiences during this time: the