From Sideshow To Genocide:
Online Resources

The Internet provides a wide range of online resources related to Cambodia as well the Vietnam War and the Cold War. Below you'll find a list of some of better sites used in the making of this website. (A list of paper-based sources can be found on the sources cited page.)

The Cambodian Genocide

The Cambodia Auto-Genocide Page - An excellent website on the Khmer Rouge genocide, including insights from those who survived it.

The Dith Pran Holocaust Awareness Project, Inc. - Dith Pran, the Cambodian man made famous in the film The Killing Fields, manages this website dedicated to educating the public on the Cambodian Holocaust.

The Yale Cambodian Genocide Program - This Holocaust studies center focuses on gather primary source documents related to the Khmer Rouge Genocide.

The Cambodian Artists Assistance Project. An online art gallery of Cambodian artists who survived the Khmer Rouge.

Holocaust/Genocide Studies

Power, Democide and War - R.J. Rummel, Professor Emeritus at the University of Hawaii, has put together this staggering collection of statistics related to the history of genocide.

A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust - Online lesson plans for teaching K-12 holocaust studies.

Cambodia Today

The CIA World Factbook on Cambodia - A reference almanac of current statistics about Cambodia.

Cambodia Ban Land Mines Association

Peacebuilding in Cambodia - Michael Doyle's account of the UN effort to rebuild Cambodia.

The Friends of Pol Pot - A scathing look at U.S. involvement in modern Cambodia by award-winning British journalist John Pilger.

The Sam Rainsy Party - The homepage of Cambodian opposition leader and dissident Sam Rainsy.

Proleung Khmer - An online literary journal published by the United Cambodian Students of UCLA

Adoption from Cambodia - A website dedicated to finding homes for Cambodian children in need.

Laos and Hmong Pages

WWW Hmong Homepage - Craig Rice's excellent collection of Hmong-related links.

Hmong Electronic Resources ProjectAn archive of articles related to Hmong history and culture.

Vietnam War Resources

The Vietnam War Internet Project - An immense historical archive of documents related to the Vietnam War, hosted by the LBJ Library at the University of Texas.

Losing Ground to the Khmer Rouge - Wilfred Deac's account of the Cambodian civil war in the greater context of the Vietnam War.

Post-Coup Cambodia: Relaxation or Further Repression? - A report from the Journal of the Federation of American Scientists.

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