Marco Ryan

The Cambodia Genocide - a visit to the Killing Fields and genocide museum

Marco Ryan
November 14, 2010
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In the 4 years of Khmer Rouge brtual rule, nearly 2.5million Cambodians were murdered b Pol Pot and his regime. 17,000 of those were tortured at the infamous S-21 camp first - previously Toul Sleng High School. They were then transported to Cheoung Ek - also known as The Killing Fields - where they were summarily executed. This is a simple slideshow of the those two locations. It does contain some graphic images

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Marco is originally form the UK but moved to live and work in Cairo in 2008. He is the founder of the popular Cairo Photo School, as well as the joint owner of the Cairo Photo Studio. His love and passion for travel and humanitarian photography has taken him all around the world, and he has a vast network of Professional photographers, editors and enthusiasts that he regularly keeps in touch with through social media and his blog. Marco is passionate about helping humanity through photography, and has set up a leading Charitable foundation – Focus for Humanity – to…

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