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Surviving the Killing Fields

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Leakena's story as told to A & L Lewis.

This is Leakena's story of her childhood as she survived Pol Pot's horrific regime in Cambodia. Leakena miraculously survived the killing fields through courage and strength after her family was persecuted for belonging to the educated class.
Paperback, 158 pages
Published April 30th 2014 by Forty South Publishing
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Walter Van praag
May 09, 2014 Walter Van praag rated it it was amazing
This was one of those books I could not put down. I tried hard not to read it in one session. How Leakena survived without psychological damage (I can only hope!) is a testament to her strong resolve and will power.

On TV we sometimes see images of refugees escaping countries, carrying belongings and carrying babies and helping the old and frail. Well imagine these images with soldiers forcing them along, killing and abusing them, and only to arrive at work camps where the families are separated
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