In the years 1975-1979 the S-21 prison in Phenom Penh saw the execution of around 4,000 political prisoners a year, many of them taken to the "killing fields" (hence the movie of the same name, which I have yet to see) of Cheung Ek. A total of two million Cambodian deaths are attributed to the Khmer Rouge, which is all the more staggering when you consider that the violence occurred between people of the same religion, language, and culture.
PhotographerJoe Morris
Exposure0.333 s (1/3)
Focal Length4.5mm
Flash UsedNo


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