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Traveling the Cambodian Genocide

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Traveling the Cambodian Genocide is a collection of poignant travel essays and striking photographs from travel writer Noah Lederman. Lederman takes readers to the unexplored sites that the Khmer Rouge had once used to commit acts of genocide in the 1970s. But these essays go beyond revealing a sense place; they are moving profiles of survivors and the younger generation ...more
Kindle Edition, 59 pages
Published January 4th 2014 by Somewhere Or Bust, Inc.
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Apr 25, 2014 Al rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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For such a small book, the length of a long short story, there are a lot of subjects kicking around my head that I might discuss.

One is the nature of travel and travel memoirs. I think when most of us think of travel it’s the family summer vacation. (Yes, some of us travel for business, but that’s an entirely different animal most of the time.) Personal travel is going to have a goal, whether we’ve actually thought about it or not, of seeing new things, visiting friends and relatives, or “getti
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Noah Lederman is the author of A World Erased: A Grandson's Search for His Family's Holocaust secrets. His writing has appeared in the Boston Globe, the Economist, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Miami Herald, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Jerusalem Post Magazine, Salon, Slate, the New Republic, and elsewhere. He writes the blog Somewhere Or Bust.
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