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Parti communiste du Kampuchea

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The Last joint plan( Book )

1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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Alternative Names

controlled identityParty of Democratic Kampuchea

Angka kambodschanische Partei

Cambodian communist party

Communist Party of Kampuchea

Communist Party of Kampuchea communist party in Cambodia


Kambodjas kommunistparti

Kampuchean communist party

Khmer Rouge

Komunistická strana Kambodži

Komunistyczna Partia Kambodży

Partai Komunis Kamboja

Parti communiste cambodgien

Parti communiste du Kampuchéa Parti communiste cambodgien

Parti communiste khmer

Parti des travailleurs du Kampuchea

Parti populaire révolutionnaire khmer

Partido Comunista de Kampuchea

Partido Comunista do Kampuchea

Partito Comunista di Kampuchea

Partiya Komûnîst a Kamboçyayê


People's revolutionnary party of Kampuchea

Phak Kh⁻ommiunit Kamph⁻uch⁻a

Phak Khō̜mmiunit Kamphūchā

Коммунистическая партия Кампучии политическая партия в Камбодже (Кампучии)

حزب کمونیست کامبوج

कम्पूचिया की साम्यवादी पार्टी


캄푸치아 공산당




English (84)

Khmer (11)

French (8)

Spanish (1)

The lost executioner : a journey to the heart of the killing fieldsAfter the killing fields : lessons from the Cambodian genocideGenocide and democracy in Cambodia : the Khmer Rouge, the United Nations, and the international communityTo the end of hell : one woman's struggle to survive Cambodia's Khmer RougeGetting away with genocide? : elusive justice and the Khmer Rouge TribunalBehind the killing fields : a Khmer Rouge leader and one of his victimsA model AmericanThe Khmer Rouge and the Cambodian genocide