Genocide's Legacy: A Museum in a Khmer Rouge Prison
The New York Times
The Khmer Rouge was a brutal regime that ruled Cambodia, under the leadership of Marxist dictator Pol Pot, during which time at least 1.7 million people died between 1975 and 1979. The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is the memorial site of the S-21 interrogation and detention center of the Khmer Rouge regime. It was converted into a museum to preserve the history of the Cambodian genocide.
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