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26468.) AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATION: ->Kingom of Cambodia: Human Rights at Stake.
PB:Amensty International: Lond, 1998. 18 pgs., $2 Wraps report, a photocopied reprint. Contains reports of incidents
after the violent ousting from power of First Prime Minister Norodom Ranariddh by Second Prime Minsiter Hun
Sen.
7238.) ANTELME, MICHEL: ->La Reappropopriation En Khmer: De Mots Empruntes Par La Langue Au Vieux
Khmer. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1996. 152 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., some discolorization of cover, o/w a
fine copy. Book is a study of lexicographical exchanges in the Khmer and Thai languages.


2868.) ASIA WATCH: PHYSICIANS for HUMAN RIGHTS:->Land Mines in Cambodia: The Coward's War.
PB:Human Rights Watch: New York, 1991. 129 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
30282.) AYRES, DAVID M.: ->Anatomy of a Crisis: Education, Development, and the State in Cambodia, 1953-
1998. HC:Univeristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2000. 1ST Edition 256 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
Author argues that Cambodia's dilemma can be explained by setting education within its historical and cultural
contexts.
21424.) AYRES, DAVID M.: ->Anatomy of a Crisis: Education, Development, and the State in Cambodia, 1953-
1998. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2000. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

27344.) BARBER, STEPHEN: ->Annihilation Zones: Far East Atrocities of the 20th Century. PB:Creation Books: ,
2002. 202 pgs., $10 Wraps trad ed., a fine copy. Three atrocities are covered in this book, those by Japan during
World War II, Stalin's Siberia, and Pol Pot's Cambodia. Seventy seven pages are devoted to the Cambodian
atrocity.
24797.) BASTIAN, ADOLF: ->A Journey in Cambodia and Cochin-China (1864). PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok,
2005. Rep. Edition 181 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A travelogue ritten by Dr. Bastian during his
journey from the border of present-day Thailand to present-day Saigon. He went thourgh Cambodia and visited
Angkor Wat, before it started to be looted.
1950.) BECKER, ELIZABETH: ->When the War Was Over: Cambodia's Revolution and the Voices of Its People.
PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 502 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Auhor was a reporter
for the Washington Post who covered the Indochina War and Cambodia. She was one two American journalists
allowed into Pol Pot's Cambodia. It is a blend of solid scholarship and first rate journalism.


7229.) BEKAERT, JACQUES: ->Cambodian Diary: Tales of a Divided Nation, 1983-1986. PB:White Lotus Press:
Bangkok, 1997. 342 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Written in a diary format, books covers events in
Cambodia, both within and outside of Cambodia. A good reference work for the period. Author is a journalist who
has covered the Cambodia conflict for many years, visiting guerilla camps, interviewing leaders of opposing factions
and visiting refugee camps.
8951.) BIZOT, F. & O. VON HINUBER: ->La guirlande de Joyaux. PB:Ecole Francaise D'Extreme-Orient: Paris,
1994. 234 pgs., $27.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

8953.) BIZOT, F.: ->Le Chemin de Lanka. PB:Ecole Francaise D'Extreme-Orient: Paris, 1992. 352 pgs., $35 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

21359.) BIZOT, FRANCOIS: ->The Gate. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 278 pgs., $15
PB:Vintage Books: New York, 2004. 1ST Edition 278 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. A personal account by a French scholar of Khmer pottery and Buddhist ritual who was captured by the Khmer
Rouge. He was the only Westerner who ever escaped from a Khmer Rouge prison.

2887.) BOISSELIER, JEAN: ->Trends In Khmer Art. PB:Southeast Asia Program: Cornell University: Ithaca, N.Y.,
1989. 115 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy as purchased new. Book was originally published as 'Tendances
de L' Art Khmer par' by Presses Universitaires in 1956. It has been translated from the French by Natasha Eilenberg
and Melvin Elliott. Ms. Eilenberg also edited this edition.

7820.) BRIGGS, LAWRENCE PALMER: ->The Ancient Khmer Empire. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. REP.
Edition 295 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author was a United States Consul in Indochina during the
post-World War II French colonial period and became very familiar with the region.

33974.) BUNKER, EMMA C. aand DOUGLAS LATCHFORD: ->Khmer Bronzes: New Interpretations of the Past.
HC:Darnsutha Press Co., Ltd: Thailand, 2011. 1ST Edition 540 pgs., $110 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book
contains over 300 figures, most in color and an extensive bibliography.

8340.) CALDWELL, MALCOLM and LEK TAN: ->Cambodia in the Southeast Asian War. PB:Monthly Review Press:
New York, 1973. 446 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A critical account of American invovlement in
Cambodia. Book contains a preface Noam Chomsky.

1956.) CASEY, ROBERT J.: ->Four Faces of Siva: The Detective Story of a Vanished Race. HC:Blue Ribbon: New
York, n.d.. 373 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. This Blue Ribbon edition does not have the photographs which the original
Bobbs Merril edition has other than the frontpiece. An excellent travel account for time period to Cambodia and
Angkor Wat. Article of trip by the author first appeared in the September, 1928 issue of National Geographic.

24395.) CAWLEY, JERRY: ->The Khmer Resistance and the Pathet Lao: A Selected Bibliography. PB:Privately
printed: , n.d.. Rep. Edition 44 pgs., $5 Wraps, a photocopied reprint.

30957.) CENTER for ADVANCED STUDY RESEARCHERS, ->Ethnic Groups In Cambodia. HC:Center for Advanced
Study: Phnom Penh, 2009. 1ST Edition 635 pgs., $65 A mint copy in a laminated cover. A detailed study
focusing on the following ethnic groups in Cambodia: (1) Muslims, (2) Chinese, (3) Indigenous Populations, (4) Lao
and Thai Ethnic Groups, and (5) Vietnamese.

23542.) CHAN, ed. SUCHENG: ->Not Just Victims: Conversations with Cambodia Leaders in the United States.
PB:Univeristy of Illinois Press: Urbana, IL, 2003. 1st Edition 299 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This
study includes 12 oral histoires that describe how Cambodian refugees have adaped to life in the United States.

23543.) CHAN, SUCHENG: ->Survivors: Cambodian Refugees in the United States. PB:Univeristy of Illinoiss Press:
Urbana, IL, 2004. 1st Edition 337 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author follows the saga of Cambodian
refugees from their homeland to their struggle for self-definition in their new american surroundings.

1957.) CHANDLER, DAVID P. and BEN KIERNAN:->Revolution and Its Aftermath In Kampuchea: Eight Essays.
PB:Yale University Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, Ct., 1983. 321 pgs., $15 Wraps, mint as purchased new.

1958.) CHANDLER, DAVID P., BEN KIERNAN and CHANTHOU BOUA:->Pol Pot Plans the Future: Confidential
Leadership Documents From Democratic Kahmpuchea, 1976-1977. PB:Yale University Southeast Asia Studies:
New Haven, Ct., 1988. 346 pgs., $21.5 Wraps, mint as purchased new.

3041.) CHANDLER, DAVID P.: ->Brother Number One: A Political Biography of Pol Pot. HC:Westview Press:
Boulder, Co., 1992. 2nd Edition 254 pgs., $25 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. This study is based on the author's
interviews and a wide range of sources in English, French and Cambodian.

4882.) CHANDLER, DAVID P.: ->The Land and People of Cambodia. HC:HarperCollins Publishers: New York, 1991.
3rd Edition 209 pgs., $6 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Written for young readers with
a strong emphasis on the period of the Vietnam War and after the Khmer Rouge seizure of power.

1959.) CHANDLER, DAVID P.: ->The Tragedy of Cambodian History: Politics, War and Revolution Since 1945.
PB:Yale University Press: New Haven, CT., 1991. 6th Edition 396 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The first
full political history of Cambodia covering the period between 1945 and 1979. An excellent work.

7682.) CHANDLER, DAVID: ->Facing the Cambodian Past: Selected Essays 1971-1994. PB:Silkworm Book: Chiang
Mai, Thailand, 1998. 331 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. These essays cover a wide range of themes
and problems in Cambodian history including studies of myths, poetry, and tradition. Other topics discussed deal
with aspects of the colonial period and the revolutionary era between 1975-1979.


8475.) CHANDLER, DAVID: ->Voices from S-21: Terrror and History in Pol Pot's Secret Prison. PB:University of
California Press: Berkeley, CA, 1999. 1st Edition 238 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., name on enpaper, o/w a fine copy.
A study of the documents from the infamous prison S-21 in Phnom Penh where some 14,000 were incarcerated,
tortured, and killed by the Khmer Rouge. The author also interviewed the survivors of which there were only seven
and persons who worked there.
27955.) CHOULEAN, Eds. ANG and ASHLEY THOMPSON: ->Journal of Khmer Studies, No. 2, 2001. PB:APSARA
Authority: Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2001. 184 pgs., $25 Wraps trade size ed., a mint copy. This issue has 10

26571.) CIA INTELLIGENCE MEMORANDUM: ->Cambodia and the Viet Cong. PB:: , 1965. 16 pgs., $1.5 Wraps,
a photocopied reprint of a declassified document. There are three sentneces that remain classified in this report.

26575.) CIA MEMORANDUM, ->The Situation in Cambodia, April 1973. PB:1: , 1973. 32 pgs., $3 Wraps
photocopied reprint, part of one paragraph remains classified, o/w a fine copy. A CIA memorandum prepared for the
26577.) CIA MEMORANDUM, ->The Situation in Cambodia, April 1974. PB:: , 1974. 20 pgs., $2 Wraps a
photocopied reprint, seeral charts not clear, o/w a fine copy.

26574.) CIA MEMORANDUM, ->The Situation in Cambodia, July 1973. PB:: , 1973. 27 pgs., $2.5 Wraps a
photocopoied reprint, several sentences remain classified, o/w a fine copy. A CIA Memorandum prepared for the

26572.) CIA MEMORANDUM, ->The Situation in Cambodia, October 1972. PB:: , 1972. 32 pgs., $3 Wraps, a
photocopied reprint, one papragraph and several sentences still remain classified. A CIA study prepared for the

26573.) CIA MEMORANDUM, ->The Situation in Cambodia, October 1973. PB:: , 1973. 29 pgs., $3 Wraps, a
photocopied rerpint, several sentences remain classified, o/w a fine copy. Memorandum was prepared for the

26576.) CIA MEMORANDUM, ->The Situation in Camboida, January 1974. PB:: , 1974. 22 pgs., $2 Wraps a
photocopied reprint, several charts not clear, o/w a fine copy.

4144.) CIXOUS, HELENE: ->The Terrible but Unfinished Story of Norodom Sihanouk, King of Cambodia.
PB:University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln, NE, 1994. 233 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A play with all the
historical characters in it during this modern period of Cambodian history. Play deals directly with the clash
between the traditional and modern. Publication is part of the European Women Writers Series published by the
University of Nebraska Press.
27567.) CLYMER, KENTON: ->Troubled Relations: The United States and Cambodia Since 1870. PB:Northern
Illinois University Press: Dekalb, IL., 2007. 1st Edition 254 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is an
abridged edition of the author's previous book published by Routledge Publishers.

8365.) COBURN, JEWELL REINHART: ->Angkat: the Cambodian Cinderella. HC:Shen's Books: Auburn, CA, 1998.
32 pgs., $16.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A Cambodian folk tale that tells of how Angkhat endures great wrongs to
rise above the distresses caused by her own family. Illustrated by Eddie Flotte.

1963.) COBURN, JEWELL REINHART: ->Khmers, Tigers and Talismans From the History and Legends of Mysterious
Cambodia. PB:Burn Hart & Co.: Thousand Oaks, CA, 1994. REV. Edition 110 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. A bilingual edition: English and Cambodian with 8 tales for young readers. Included is a study guide and it is
illustrated by Nena Grigorian Lillberg.
24523.) COE, MICHAEL D.: ->Angkor and the Khmer Civilization. PB:Thames and Hudson: New York, 2005. 1st
Edition 240 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

6290.) COOPERATION COMMMITTEE FOR CAMBODIA: ->Directory of International Humanitarian Assistance in
Cambodia, 1997. PB:Forum on Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos: New York, 1997. 266 pgs., $12.5 Wraps monograph

33262.) CORT, Eds. LOUISE ALLISON AND PAUL JETT: ->Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Musem of
Cambodia.. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book was published by the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M.
Sackler Gallery on the occasion of the exhibiition Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia,
May 15, 2010-January 23, 2011. Book contains 63 Fig. that are in color, extensive ennotes by varous contributors,
glossary and bibliography.
32104.) CORT, LOUISE ALLISON and PAUL JET: ->Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of
Cambodia. HC:Arthur M. Sackler: 2010. 1ST Edition 160 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book focuses
on the archaeological tresures excavated from the temples of Angkor.

20818.) DAGENS, BRUNO: ->Angkor: Heart of an Asian Empire. PB:Harry N. Abrams, Inc.: New York, 1995. 191
pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy. A 5 by 7 inch book that has an
excellent selection of drawings and photographs of Angkor, many of the early French colonial period.nd

30958.) DAGUAN, ZHOU: ->A Record of Cambodia: The Land and Its People. PB:Silkworm Books: Chinegmai,
Thaialnd, 2007. 2ND Edition 150 pgs., $25.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of the civilization of Angkor
written by Chinese envoy Zhou Daguan after visiting Angkor in 1296-97. Translated by Peter Harris and a there is a
foreword by David Chandler.
9931.) DALSHEIMER, NADINE: ->Les collections du musee national de Phnom Penh. PB:Ecole Francaise
d'Extreme Orient: Paris, 2001. 304 pgs., $49.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains 172 photographs, a few

3616.) DANNAUD, J.P.: ->Cambodge. HC:Societe Asiatique D'Editions: Saigon, 1956. 158 pgs., $75 PB:La Guilde
Du Livrede: Lausanne, 1956. 158 pgs., $49.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Stiff paper cover in d/j, a v/g copy. Contains
91 photos of Cambodia, mostly black and white. Photos are primarily everyday scenes depicting the life of the
Cambodian people.
34314.) DOWLING, NANCY H.: ->The Measured Art: A Proportional Analysis of Early Khmer Sculpture. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2011. 1st Edition 159 pgs., $45 Wraps trade ed., a mint ocpy. Book provides a new
understanidng of how the early Khmer sculptor calculated and manipulated the composition of his imagery.
Contains has 39 full page color plates, 9 fig., over 30 dillustrating measurements over the centuries and an extensive
bibliography. iAuthor is a retired professor of South and Southeast Asian art at the University of Hawaii in Manoa.


1968.) DUDMAN, RICHARD: ->Forty Days with the Enemy. HC:Liveright: New York, 1971. 182 pgs., $10 A v/g copy
in a v/g d/j. Account of a journalist held captive by Cambodian and Vietnamese guerrillas at the time of the

27483.) DUMARCAY, JACQUES: ->The Site of Angkor. HC:Oxford University Press: Kuala Lumpur, 1998. 72 pgs.,
$19.5 A fine copy with a laminated cover. Title is part of the Images of Asia series.

21041.) EBIHARA, Eds. MAY M, CAROL A. MORTLAND, & JUDY LEDGERWOOD:->Cambodian Culture Since 1975:
Homeland and Exile. PB:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, NY, 1995. 2nd Edition 194 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. An excellent collection of essays that examine Cambodian culture after the ravages of the Pol Pot regime.

27416.) EDWARDS, PENNY: ->Cambodge: The Cultivation of a Nation, 1860-1945. HC:University of Hawaii Press:
Honolulu, HI, 2007. 1st Edition 349 pgs., $49.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A criss cultural history of Cambodia
from the the time of Henri Mouhot's expedition to Angkor in 1860 to the that nationalist Son Nngoc Thanh's short-
lived premiership in 1945.
27500.) ETCHESON, CRAIG: ->After the Killing Fields: Lessons from the Cambodian Genocide. PB:Texas Tech
University Press: Lubbock, TX, 2005. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $20.05 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is an insider's
description of the work of the Documentation Center of Cambodia. Author was a principal founder of the
Documentation Center of Cambodia in Phnom Penh and former Program Manager and Acting Director of the
Cambodia Genocide Program at Yale University.
26315.) FALSER, MICHAEL S.: ->The Pre-Angkorian Temple of Preah Ko.: A Sourcebook of the History,
Construction and Ornamentation of the Preah Ko Style. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2006. 225 pgs., $59.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book presents Preach Ko in iterms of its historical, archaeological, and architectural,
style. It is well illustrated with 107 color plates and 353 Fig..

3921.) FAWCETT, BRIAN: ->Cambodia: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow. HC:Grove Press: New
York, 1988. 1st Edition 207 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A critique of the media with the tragedy of

9374.) FIFIELD, ADAM: ->A Blessing Over Ashes: The Remarkable Odyssey of My Unlikely Brother. HC:William
Morrow & Co.: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 326 pgs., $10 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine
d/j. A memoir of the author's adoptive Cambodian brother.

8558.) FINOT, LOUIS, HENRI PARMENTIER and VICTOOR GOLOUBEW:->A Guide to the Temple of Banteay Srei
at Angkor. HC:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 2000. Rep. Edition 228 pgs., $59.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Title was
orginally published as Memoires archeologiques I: Le Temple d'Icvarapura by the Ecole francaise d'Extreme-Orient
in 1926. Translated by J. H. Stape. There are 72 plates, footnotes and appendix.

1971.) FREEMAN, MICHAEL and ROGER WARNER:->Angkor: The Hidden Glories. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.:
Boston, 1990. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $15 Ex-library, only library markings are Discard stamped on enpapers and
name of donor stamped on enpaper, d/j had been kept in mylar cover, a fine copy in a fine d/j. This book is a must
for any collector of books on Cambodia. Southeast Asia.
7360.) GETLIN, JOSH and KARI RENE HALL: ->Beyond the Killing Fields. HC:Aperture Book: Hong Kong, 1992. 1st
Edition 216 pgs., $39.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. A large size photo book containing excellent black and white
photos.. Text by Josh Getlin and Kari Rene Hall, edited by Marshall Lumsden. Contains a message from the Dalai
Lama and foreword by Dith Pran.



9129.) GITEAU, MADELEINE: ->Les Khmers: Sculptures khmeres Reflets de la civilisation d'Angkor. HC:La
Bibliotheque des Arts: Paris, 1965. 299 pgs., $135 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Photos by Hans Hinz. Includes
100 fig., 24 plates, and 135 cat. and 10 drawings.

20725.) GOTTESMAN, EVAN: ->Cambodia After the Khmer Rouge: Inside the Politics of Nation Building. PB:Yale
Univeristy Press: New Haven, CT, 2002. 2nd Edition 428 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book focuses on
the events and personalities that shaped Cambodian history during the 13 year period between the overthrow of the
Khmer Rouge in 1979 and the signing of the 1991 peace accords that resulted in the United Nations administered
elections.
28290.) GROSLIER, B. P.: ->Angkor and Cambodia in the Sixteenth Century According to Portuguese and Spainish
Sources. HC:Orchid Press: Bangkok, 2006. Rep. Edition 186 pgs., $35 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
Groslier draws upon the earliest Eurpoean first-hand accounts of Angkor as well as the rediscovery of the site by
Khmers. Translation is by Michael Smithies.


3634.) GROSLIER, BERNARD-PHILIPPE: ->Angkor: Hommes et pierres. HC:Arthaud: Paris, 1956. 231 pgs., $49.5
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Foxing of outer edges of pages that are not full page photographs.

21583.) GROSLIER, GEORGE: ->Les Collections Khmeres du Musee Albert Sarraut a Phmon-Penh. HC:White Lotus
Ltd.: Bangkok, 2003. Rep. Edition 130 pgs., $49.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is a reprint of the 1931 edition
published by Les Editions G. Van Oest. French text with an introduction by George Coedes. Contains 50 black and
white plates.
20732.) HAMEL, BERNARD: ->Sikanouk et lle drame cambodgien. PB:L'Harmattan: Paris, 1993. 275 pgs., $25
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text.
33692.) HANSEN, ANNE RUTH: ->How To Behave: Buddhism and Modernity in Colonial Cambodia, 1860-1930.
PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2011. 1ST Edition 254 pgs., $25.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy as
purchased directly from publisher. Book provides account of early 20th Century transformation of Buddhist discourse
and pedagogical practices.

31459.) HANSEN, Eds. ANN RUTH and JUDY LEDGERWOOD: ->At the Edge of the Forest: Essays on Cambodia,
History, and Narrative in Honor of David Chandler. PB:Cornell SEAS: Ithaca, NY, 2008. 1ST Edition 248 pgs.,
$25.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. These essays explore Cambodian history using a rich variety of sources that
cast light on Khmer perceptions of violence, wildness, and order. Essays offer a post-colonial analysis of
Cambodias emergence from genocide that explores the relationship between narrative, history, and perplexing
problems of meaning.
30151.) HARRIS, IAN: ->Cambodian Buddhism: History and Practice. PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI,
2008. 1ST Edition 352 pgs., $39.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent study of Buddism in Cambodia and
its role in society, both social and political, covering the pre-colonial period, the French colonial period, under the
period of nationalism, the Khmer Rouge and the role Buddism is now playing after the fall of the Khmer Rouge. A
well documented study.
23302.) HEDER, STEVE: ->Cambodian Communism and the Vietnamse Model, Volume I: Imitation and
Independence, 1930-1975. PB:White Lotus, Ltd.: Bangkok, 2004. 270 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Author argues that Vietnamese Communist doctrine is key to understanding the ideology of the Khmer Rouge.and
that the Khmer Rouge leadership were driven by a desire to imitate but independently outdo Vietnamses successes.

30478.) HEYWOOD, DENISE: ->Cambodian Dance: Celebration of the Gods. HC:River Books Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008.
1ST Edition 144 pgs., $28 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The history of Cambodian dance, the role of the French in
introducing the dancers to the west, the paintings of dancers by Auguste Rodin, the Reamker epic from which many
of the dances are drawn and the stories of dancers who survived the dark period in Cambodian history to revive
classical dance today are all related by the author in this book. Thre are 300 illustrations with 208 in full colour.


25133.) HINTON, ALEXANDER LABAN: ->Why Did They Kill: Cambodia in the Shadow of Genocide. PB:Univeristy
of California Press: Berkkeley, CA, 2005. 1st Edition 360 pgs., $21.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author
explores the cultural roots of the Khmer Rouge genocidal behavior. He is Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers
University and he has done previous works on genocide.

34206.) HORST, JOHN TER: ->Ikat Weaving and Ethnic Chinese Influences in Cambodia. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2011. 1ST Edition 101 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains 18 Figures, 2 maps and 35
color plates.and an extensive bibliography.

26794.) HUFFMAN, FRANKLIN E. & IM PROUN: ->Cambodian-English Glossary. PB:Yale University Press: New
Haven, CT., 1977. 2nd Edition 152 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This work is reissued as an aid not only
to students of the Cambodia language but also to Cambodians residing in English-speaking countries. This glossary
includes some 10,000 words, with definitions.
26796.) HUFFMAN, FRANKLINE E.: ->Cambodian System of Writing and Beginning Reader. PB:Yale Univeristy
Press: New Haven, CT., 1970. 365 pgs., $33 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This volume consists of four parts: (1) The
Cambodian Writing System, (2) Programmed Reading Exercises, (3) Beginning Cambodian Reader with 50 reading
selections, and (4) a Cambodian-English Glossary with some 2,000 words.

31458.) HUGHES, CAROLINE: ->Dependent Communities: Aid and Politics in Cambodia and East Timor.
PB:Cornell SEAP: Ithaca, NY, 2009. 1ST Edition 265 pgs., $25.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study
investigates the politcal situations in contemporary Cambodia and East Timor, where powerful international donors
intervened following deadly civil conflicts. This conparative analysis critiques international policies that focus on
rebuilding state institutions to accommodate the global market. In addition, it explores the dilemmas of politicians
in Cambodia and East Timor who struggle to satisfy both wealthy foreign benefactors and constituents at home.
25744.) HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH REPORT: ->Cambodia: Aftermath of the Coup. PB:Human Rights Watch: New
York, 1997. 14 pgs., $1.75 Wraps, a photocopied report, a fine copy. No postage charge if ordered with another



26715.) INTERNATIONAL REBPUBLICAN INSTITUTE & NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE REPORT:->The
Continuing Crisis in Cambodia: Obstacles to Democratic Elections. PB: 1: , 1998. 14
pgs., $2.5 Wraps original monogrpah in red cover, a mint copy.

26714.) INTERNATIONAL REPUBLICAN INSTITUTE & NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE REPORT:->Restoring
Democracy in Cambodia: The Difficult Road Ahead. PB:: , 1997. 10 pgs., $2.5 Wraps original monograph in blue

21109.) ISHIZAWA, YOSHIAKI: ->Along the Royal Roads to Angkor. PB:Weatherhill: New York, 1999. 1st Edition
199 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a photographic journey along the many roads to Angkor,
featuring 165 color photographs of Angkor-period temples and monuments in Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, and
Vietnam. Photogrpahs taken by Hitoshi Tamura.
9128.) JACQUES, CLAUDE in collaboration with RENE DUMONT:->Angkor. HC:Konemann: Cologne, 1999. 1st
Edition 191 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Title first published in 1990. Translated from the German by
Jane Carroll. Photography by Luc Ionesco, Jacqueline and Guy Nafilyan.

9449.) JACQUES, JACQUES and MICHAEL FREEMAN: ->Ancient Angkor. PB:River Books: Bangkok, 2006. 240
pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Contains a superb collection of 360 color photos of Angkor taken by
Freeman. Text by noted Cambodian scholar Claude Jacques.

7228.) JENNAR, RAOUL M.: ->Cambodian Chronicles, 1989-1996, Volume I, Bungling A Peace Plan, 1989-1991.
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1998. 278 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A series of reports on events in
Cambodia and which the author provides a critical analysis of these events.

8939.) JENNAR, RAOUL: ->The Cambodian Constitutions (1953-1993). PB:White Lotus Co., Ltd.: Bangkok, 1995.
1st Edition 162 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book examines the six constitutions Cambodia has
ahd since its independence in 1953. Author provides a brief introduction to each constitution.

6604.) KAMM, HENRY: ->Cambodia: Report from a Stricken Land. HC:Arcade Publishing: New York, 1998. 2nd
Edition 262 pgs., $2.99 Ex-library, a v/g plus plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. D/J has been kept in mylar cover.cp
Kamm in this book follows events from the overthrow of Prince Sihanouk in 1970 up to the death of Pol Pot. Kamm
was a former Southeast Asia correspondent for the New York Times.


9498.) KAONN, VANDY: ->Cambodge ou La Politique sans Les Cambodgiens. PB:Editions L'Harmattan: Paris,
1993. 155 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text.
28040.) KAPUR, PRADEEP KUMAR and SACHCHIDANAND SAHAI:->Ta Prohm: A Glorious Era in Angkor
Civilization. PB:White Lotus Ltd: Bangkok, 2007. 208 pgs., $49.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This monograph
presents the temple of Ta Prohm in the context of Cambodian history, as the first dated temple of the reign of
Jayavarman VII (1186), symbolizing the perfect wisdom in Khmer civilization with the mother of the king
represented as Prajnaparamita, the mother of the Buddha. Contains 211 Figures, and 31 drawings of temple plans.


28034.) KAR, AMINA AHMED: ->The Angkorian Records. PB:Trustees of Bhaskar Bhavan: 2nd Edition 281 pgs.,
$25 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

1979.) KIERNAN, BEN: ->How Pol Pot Came to Power: Colonialism, Nationalism, and Communism in Cambodia,
1930-1975. PB:Yale University Press: New Haven, CT., 2004. 2nd Edition 430 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Another copy, $10.00, published by Verso in 1985, reprinted in 1987. Author describes in detail the long and
complex struggle for control of the Commuist Party in Cambodia. A well researched book. Title was first published
in 1985 by Verso.
4880.) KIERNAN, BEN: ->The Pol Pot Regime: Race, Power, and Genocide in Cambodia Under the Khmer Rouge,
1975-79. Wraps trade ed., about 25 pages have highlighting, o/w a fine copy. Kierman argues that the widespread
massacres of Khmer Rouge can be explained by its ideological preoccupation with racist and totalitarian policies.

3244.) KIERNAN, Ed. BEN: ->Genocide and Democracy in Cambodia: The Khmer Rouge, the United Nations and
the International Community. PB:Yale University Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, Ct., 1993. 335 pgs., $17.95
Wraps trade size ed., mint as purchased new. Contributors include Frieson, Ebihara, Banister, Johnson, Thion, Boua,
Annabi, Kanharith and Rasy.
3445.) KRASA, MILOSLAV and V. KUBENKO,->The Temples of Angkor: Monuments To a Vanished Empire.
HC:Allan Wingate: London, 1963. 271 pgs., $12 Name and address on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a poor d/j. D/J
taped to cover of book.r A 9' by 11' book with 169 black & white plates with an extensive text devoted to the
background and description of the temple art. Photographs were taken by Jan Cifra.

9680.) LIPP, FRDERICK: ->The Caged Birds of Phnom Penh. HC:Holiday House: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 22
pgs., $16.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Illustrated by Ronald Himler. Written for ages 4-8.

23534.) LOTI, PIERRE: ->A Pilgrimage to Angkor. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiang Mai, Thailand, 1999. 2nd Edition
93 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of Julien Viaud, a French naval officer, visit to Angkor in
1901 and first published in France in 1912.

8878.) LY Y, ->Heaven Becomes Hell: A Survivor's Story of Life Under the Khmer Rouge. PB:Yale Southeast
Studies: New Haven, CT, 2000. 224 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A personal memoir of a Cambodian
and his family who were forced to evacuate Phnom Penh by the Khmer Rouge. His child died in a labor camp and
he and his wife escaped four years later.
1846.) MacDONALD, MALCOLM: ->Angkor. HC:Frederick A. Praeger Publishers: New York, 1959. 238 pgs., $25 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Contains 111 black and white photographs by the author and Loke Wan Tho. Author was
Governor-General and later Commissioner-General for South-East Asia.




25251.) MAGUIRE, PETER: ->Facing Death in Cambodia. HC:Columbia University Press: New York, 2005. 2nd
Edition 261 pgs., $29.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book confronts the issue of 1.5 million people being
murdered in Cambodia and yet no individuals were ever tried or punished. It is a well researched work that provides
an analysis of how Cambodia's culture of impunity developed, why it persists, and the failures of the international
community to confront the Cambodian genocide.
7234.) MANNIKKA, ELEANOR: ->Angkor Wat: Time, Space, and Kingship. HC:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu,
HI, 1996. 341 pgs., $59.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author takes the reader on a detailed tour of Angkor
Wat, showing what the design of temple tells about Khmer beliefs regarding their king, their deities, and the world
around them. She discovered that the key to understanding the temple lay in the measurement system used by its
original builders. Book contains excellent black and white photos and detailed illustrations.


27295.) MARCHAL, SAPPHO: ->Khmer Costumes and Ornaments of the Devatas of Angkor Wat. PB:Orchid Press:
Bangkok, 2005. 1st Edition 99 pgs., $13.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Written by the daughter of the renowned French conservator of Angkor Henri Marchal, her annotated line drawings
capture the beaauty and intricate detail of Khmer costumes and ornaments. Translated by Merrily P. Hansen.

24166.) MARSTON, Eds. JOHN and ELIZABETH GUTHRIE:->History, Buddhism, and New Religious Movements in
Cambodia. PB:Univeristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2004. 1st Edition 260 pgs., $28 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. The book covers a wide range of issues on religion and the part it has played in Cambodian identity from the
colonial period to the present day, including its role in among diaspora communities.

4533.) MARTIN, MARIE ALEXANDER: ->Cambodia: A Shattered Society. HC:University of California Press:
Berkeley, CA, 1994. 1st Edition 398 pgs., $12 A very fine copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has half inch tear top edge of front.
Author is a French anthropologist who has done research on Cambodia for 25 years. She contends that long-
standing institutional weaknesses, as well as strategic alliances between Cambodia's intelligentsia and the Khmer
Rouge, led to the political chaos of the mid 1970s.
1848.) MAY, SOMETH: Introduction and edited by JAMES FENTON:->Cambodian Witness: The Autobiography of
Someth May. HC:Random House: New York, 1986. 287 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author is the son of a
Cambodian doctor, one of four of a fourteen member family that escaped from the Khmer Rouge. Book was initially
published in England.
8239.) MEHTA, HARISH C.: ->Cambodia Silenced: The Press Under Six Regimes. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
1997. 323 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. The author covers the history of the press in Cambodia from
the French colonial period through 1996.

27664.) MOLYVANN, VANN: ->Modern Khmer Cities. PB:Reyum Publications: Phnon Penh, Cambodia, 2003. 1st
Edition 235 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Written by the preeminent Cambodian architect and urban
planner, the urban areas of Angkor, Siem Reap, Phnon Penh, and Sihanoukville are examined as to the problems
created by current urban development. He then provides recommendations for future development. Includes 68
figures.

32487.) MONTAGUE, JOEL G.: ->Picture Postcards of Cambodia, 1900-1950. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2010.
1ST Edition 327 pgs., $45 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This work includes photogrpahs of over a hundred post
cards of Colonial Cambodia.hundreds, 39 of which are in full color. What is most interesting of this book's format is
that the postcards are divided into seventeen chapters, each with its own theme and/or subject. They include for
example the Cambodian monarchy, Phnon-Penh, dance and music, Angkor Wat and other archaeological treasures,
hunting, French and local military, etc.. A must book for postcard collectors.
27540.) MUSIC CAMBODIAN, ->Music of Ratanakiri Province, Brao and Krung Songs. PB:Highlander Association:
, 2006. 0 pgs., $7.5 A CD of tribal music of northeast Cambodia. CD produced by Laurent Jeanneau, Ian Baird, and
Jeremy Ironside. Included with the CD is a brochure in Cambodian and English which describes each of the 18
pieces of music included on the CD. Brochure also has color photos of villagers playing their instruments.

27541.) MUSIC CAMBODIAN, ->Music of Ratanakiri Province: Kavet, Brao and Krung Gongs. PB:Highlander
Association: , 2006. 0 pgs., $7.5 A CD of Cambodian tribal music. CD produced by Laurent Jeanneau, Ian Baird,
and Jeremy Ironside. Included with the CD is a brochure in Cambodian and English which describes each of the 12
pieces of music on the CD. Brochure also includes color photos of villagers playing the gongs.

27539.) MUSIC CAMBODIAN, ->Music of Ratanakiri Province: Tampoan Songs. PB:Highlander Association: ,
2006. 0 pgs., $7.5 A CD of tribal music of northeastern Cambodia. CD produced by Laurent Jeanneau, Ian Baird
and Jeremy Ironside. Included with the CD is a descriptive brochure in Cambodian and English which describes
each of 12 pieces of musics on the CD. Brochure also has color photos of villagers playing their instruments.

27666.) NARIN, CHEA, CHEA SOPHEARY, KEM SONINE, and PREAP CHANMARA:->Seams of Change: Clothing
and the Care of the Self in Late 19th and 20th Century Cambodia. PB:Reyum Publsihing: Phnom Penh,
Cambodia, 2003. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $49.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. English/Khmer text. The researchers
for this book focused on the topic of clothing and the care of self, illuminating traditonal types of clothing and
longstanding habits of bodily care found in Cambodia before modernisation. The book also details traditonal types
of cloth and clothing, cutting, sewing, and keeping clothing as well as habits of beauty and care used prior to the
advent of readymade manufactured products.

7235.) NATH, VANN: ->A Cambodian Prison Portrait: One Year in the Khmer Rouge's S-21. PB:White Lotus Press:
Bangkok, 1998. 118 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir of a survivor of from the S-21 prison.
Author is an artist and book contains some of his paintings depicting the torture of prisoners.

26716.) NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE for INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS:->An Assesment of Democratization
in Cambodia. PB:: , 1997. 11 pgs., $2.5 Wraps original report in blue cover, a mint copy.

1988.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1960, APRIL: ->Angkor, Jewel of the Jungle. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g copy.
Article by W. Robert Moore and Maurice Fievet.


1990.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1982, MAY: ->The Temples of Angkor: Will They Survive? and 2. Kampuchea
Wakens From A Nightmare. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 A v/g plus copy. Articles by Wilbur E. Garrett and Peter T. White.

1991.) NGOR, HAING with ROGER WARNER:->Haing Ngor: A Cambodian Odyssey. HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.:
New York, 1987. 3rd Edition 478 pgs., $10 Spine slightly concaved, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author was a
doctor in Cambodia when the Khmer Rouge seized power. He escaped from Cambodia with his niece and later
played the part of an interperter in the movie Killing Fields.
4994.) OSBORNE, MILTON: ->Sihanouk: Prince of Light, Prince of Darkness. HC:Univeristy of Hawaii Press:
Honolulu, HI, 1994. 283 pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A critical, unauthorized biography of Norodom

27768.) OSMAN, YSA: ->The Cham Rebellion: Survivors' Stories from the Villages. HC:Documentation Certer of
Cambodia: Phnon Penh, 2006. 184 pgs., $39.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This book provides an account of
Cham villages who revolted against the Khmer Rouge whose politcies banned the practive of Islam. Author was a
member of a Cham village.
5811.) PERIPLUS TRAVEL MAPS ->Cambodia and Phnom Penh. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $7.95 Mint conditon as
purchased new. Map scale for Cambodia is 1: 1 1000 000, Phnom street map is 1: 7 000, and Angkor temples, 1: 95

25309.) PESCHOUX, CHRISTOPHE: ->Les Nouveaux Khmers Rouges. PB:L'Harmattan: Paris, 1992. 303 pgs., $25
Wraps trade ed., speckling outer edges, o/w a v/g copy. French text.

20735.) PHCAR, MALAY & YVES GUIHENEUF: ->L'enfer khmre rouge: Une enfance au Cambodge.
PB:L'Harmattan: Paris, 1997. 239 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text. Book has a preface by

5514.) PRAN, Compiler DITH: ->Children of Cambodia's Killing Fields: Memoirs By Survivors. HC:Yale University
Press: New Haven, CT, 1997. 1st Edition 199 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Dith Pran is a photojournalist for
the New York Times and founder of the Dith Pran Holocaust Awareness Project. Book contains an introduction by
Ben Kierman.
7236.) QUIROGA de SANTONIO, GABRIEL: ->A Brief and Truthful Relation of Events in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1998. REP. Edition 186 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Account by a
Dominican missionary to Cambodia in which he tries to draw the King of Spain into conquering the country.

5743.) REGAUD, NICOLAS: ->Le Cambodge dan la tourmente: Le troisieme conflit indochinois 1978-1991.
PB:Editions L'Harmattan: Paris, 1992. 438 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy as purchased new. Author is a
researcher at the Center of of International and Strategic Relations of the University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne.

9816.) REYUM INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND CULTURE PUBLICATION: ->Cultures of Independence: An Introduction
to Cambodia Arts and Culture in the 1950's and 1960's. PB:Institute of Arts and Culture: Phnon Penh, 2001. 358
pgs., $45 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book considers forms of self-consciously modern art which developed in
Cambodia during the two decades following independence. The book surveys modern architecture, speaking
theater, Khmer fil, and modern painting. A final sectiion traces the development of the Royal University of Fine
Arts. Most interesting, it includes a series of in-depth interviews with surviving participants of each art form. Khmer
and Englist text.
4885.) ROBINSON, DANIEL and TONY WHEELER:->Cambodia: A Travel Survival Kit. PB:Lonely Plantet
Publications: Hawthorn, Australia, 1992. 1st Edition 123 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A very concise

27950.) ROONEY, DAWN: ->Angkor: Cambodia's Wondrous Khmer Temples. HC:Odyssey Books and Guides: Hong
Kong, 2006. 5th Edition 488 pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a laminated cover. Book contains 176 colour photographs
and 44 easy-to-read maps and plans.

33973.) SAHAI, SACHCHIDANAND: ->Shivapada in Khmer Art: Rediscovering Angkor in the Footprints of Shiva.
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 2011. 1ST Edition 120 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides an
account of Shiva, the enigmatic god of the Hindu pantheon. Study is based on the orginal Sanskrit and Khmer
literary sources, and the most recent archaeological research. Book is first to place the footprints of Shiva on par with
the more widely known footprints of the Buddha and Vishnu, and explores the cross-cultural Indic, Khmer, and pan-
Asian contexts. Book has 7 maps, 30 figures and 62 color plates. Also, it has an extensive bibliography and index..


27400.) SAHAI, SACHCHIDANAND: ->The Bayou of Angkor Thom. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 146 pgs.,
$39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study offers an in-depth analysis of the temple which hold the key to the
understanding of Khmer civilization. The author delves deep in the process of rediscovery of the temple of Bayou
and the unveiling of its layout and architectural features.
27665.) SAVE CAMBODIA'S WILDLIFE PUB. ->The Atlas of Cambodia: National Poverty and Environment Maps.
HC:Save Cambodia's Wildlife: Phnon Penh, Cambodia, 2006. 139 pgs., $75 A mint copy in a illustrated laminted
cover. Chapters include (1) Territory Overview, (2) Population and Settlement, (3) Natural Resources, (4) Water
Resources (5) Agriculture, and (6) Education and Health. There are 12 maps.

33977.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIM: ->Ethnic Groups of Cambodia, Volume 2: Profile of Austro-Asiatic-Speaking
People. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2011. 1ST Edition 275 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This
volume provides individual sketches of each of the 23 Mon-Khmer speaking groups. These include historical
background and descriptions of costumes, crafts, house and village designs, agricultute and economy, society and
religion. Book contains 97 color illustrations of these groups.
34205.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIM: ->Ethnic Groups of Cambodia, Volume 3: Profile of Austro-Thai-and Sinitic-
Speaking Peoples. PB:White Lotus, Ltd.: Bangkok, 2011. 1ST Edition 298 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
This volume presents each of the three Austronesian and ten Tai speaking froups as well as the Chinese
people.Their daily lives is revealed in 97 color illustrations. In addition this is comprehensive bibliography on ethnic
matters related to this volume and the 2 previous volumes of the author.
33976.) SCHLIESINGER, JOACHIN: ->Ethnic Groups of Cambodia, Volume 1: Introduction and Overview.
PB:White Louts Ltd.: Bangkok, 2011. 1ST Edition 317 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This initial volume of
a projected 3 volume work looks at the effect of historic events in Southeas Asia on ethnic distribution in Cambodia
today. It presents an overview of these ethnic groups and their linguistic classifications, cultures and traditions, and
geographic locations. Text is supported by 91 color illustrations.
26344.) SHAW, JOHN M.: ->The Cambodian Campaign: The 1970 Offensive and America's Vietnam War.
HC:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2005. BC Edition 222 pgs., $10 Bump on backcover, o/w a very fine
copy in a very fine d/j. The author argues that the invasion effectively precluded any major North Vietnam operatons
for over a year.
1998.) SHAWCROSS, WILLIAM: ->Sideshow: Kissinger, Nixon and the Destruction of Cambodia. A v/g copy in a

1999.) SHAWCROSS, WILLIAM: ->The Quality of Mercy: Cambodia, Holocaust and Modern Conscience. HC:Simon
and Schuster: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 464 pgs., $7.5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus in a v/g d/j.

2000.) SHEEHY, GAIL: ->Spirit of Survival. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 400 pgs., $7.5
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author adopted an eleven year old Cambodian girl and the book is an account of their

25959.) SHORT, PHILIP: ->Pol Pot: Anatomy of a Nightmare. HC:Henry Holt & Co.: New York, 2004. 1st Edition 537
pgs., $15 Library stamp on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. A serious work on Pol Pot, based on over 500
hours of interviews with key commanders of the Khmer Rouge, Khien Samphan, and Leng Sary. Author is a foreign
correspondent for the London Times.
25732.) SIHANOUK, PRINCE NORODOM: ->A Passion for Cambodia: Norodom Sihanouk and the Khmer Factions: A
Reply. PB:Indochina Report: Singapore, 1987. 47 pgs., $5 Wraps, a photocopied reprint, a fine copy. This is
Prince Sihanouk's reply to an article appearing in Indochina Report written by Prince Thomico Sisowath titled
Norodom Sihanouk and the Khmer Factioins printed in 1986.

2002.) SIHANOUK, PRINCE NORODOM: ->War and Hope: The Case For Cambodia. HC:Pantheon Books: New York,
1980. 1st Edition 166 pgs., $12.5 Remainder marks bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

30501.) SIV, SICHAN: ->Golden Bones: An Extraordinary Journey from Hell in Cambodia to a New Life in America.
HC:HarperCollins: New York, 2008. 3RD Edition 317 pgs., $19.95 Signed by author, a mint copy in a mint d/j.
Account of a young man who escaped from a Khmer Rouge work camp and later came to America. He later became
a U.S.. Ambassador to the United Nations and on he return trip to Cambodia, he discovered he was the only
member of his family that survided the Khmer Rouge era.
27205.) SLOCOMB, MARGARET: ->Colons and Coolies: The Development of Cambodia's Rubber Plantations.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2007. 1st Edition 180 pgs., $21.9555 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Study
recounts the history of the development of Cambodia's rubber industry during the 1920s and 1930s drawing upon
archival material from the era of the French Protectorate. Author argues that the model of capitalistic colonisation
established by the French remains the model for indigenous colonisation by the ruling elite in Cambodia today.


26384.) SLOCOMB, MARGARET: ->The People's Republic of Kampuchea, 1979-1989. PB:Silkworm Books:
Bangkok, 2003. 1st Edition 369 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. he book examines the Cambodian
revolution before and after Pol Pot and attempts to explain the reasons for its ultimate failure.

7231.) STUART-FOX, MARTIN & BUNHEANG UNG: ->The Murderous Revolution. PB:Orchid Press: Bangkok,
1998. REP. Edition 198 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Personal memoir of a fine arts student who survived
the Pol Pot era. First written in 1985, this edition contains an update on Bunhaeng Ung and his family, and an
epilogue on political changes in Cambodia since 1985.
4081.) STUART-FOX, MARTIN: ->The Murderous Revolution: Life and Death in Pol Pot's Kampuchea.
PB:Alternative Publishing Cooperative: Chippendale, Australia, 1985. 203 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Another copy, $7.50, published by Asia Books, a v/g copy. This account is based on Bunheang Ung who was a
final year student at Phnom Penh University of Fine Arts when the Khmer Rouge seized power. He fled Cambodia
in 1979. Book contains many drawings by him depicting the Khmer Rouge reign of terror.

2007.) SUTSAKHAN, SAK: ->The Khmer Republic At War and the the Final Collapse. PB:Dalley Book Service:
Christiansburg, Va., 1989. REP. Edition 187 pgs., $17.5 Wraps monograph reprint with a softcard cover. First printed
under the oral history program of the Center for Military History in 1980.

2008.) SZYMUSIAK, MOLYDA: ->The Stones Cry Out: A Cambodian Childhood, 1975-1980. HC:Hill & Wang: New
York, 1986. 1st Edition 245 pgs., $12 PB:Hill & Wang: New York, 1987. 2nd Edition 245 pgs., $6 A v/g plus in a v/g
plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author and three members of her family escaped to the Thai border in
1980. She went to Paris and was adopted by a Polish couple, Jan and Molyda Szymusiak. Title was first published
in France as 'Les pierres crieront' by Editions La Decouverte in 1984.

2011.) TOOZE, RUTH: ->Cambodia: Land of Contrasts. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1962. 144 pgs., $10 A v/g
copy. Book written for Junior High readers. Contains excellent black and white photos.

20100.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Cambodia: May 1970. PB:Government
Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1970. 15 pgs., $1.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This was a staff report prepared for the

20210.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Supplemental Assistance to Cambodia.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1975. 205 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. These were
hearings held on February 24th and March 6th, 1975 that dealt with the question of providing additional military
assistance authorizations for Cambodia.
8252.) UNG, LOUNG: ->First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers. HC:Harper Collins: New
York, 2000. 2nd Edition 240 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An account of a five year old child who survived
the terror of the Khmer Rouge. Currentlly, she is a spokesperson for 'Campaign for a Landmine Free World.'

3080.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air Operations in the Khmer Republic - 1 DEC 1971-15 AUG
1973. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1974. 86 pgs., $10 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Written by Paul W. Elder.





3083.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The Cambodian Campaign - 29 APRIL -30 JUNE 1970.
PB:HQ PACAF: , 1970. 78 pgs., $12.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Discusses the establishment and
development of an air interdiction campaign, ARC LIGHT mission and air lift operations in Cambodia. Cotains over
35 pages charts in addition to 76 page text and notes. Written by David I. Folkman, Jr. and Philip D. Caine.

31385.) VAN DER KRAAN, ALFONS: ->Murder and Mayhem in Seventeenth-Century Cambodia: Anthony van
Diemen vs. King Ramadhiparti I. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiangmai, Thailand, 2009. 1ST Edition 79 pgs., $24 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. An account of the conflict in the 1630s and 1640s between Cambodia and the Dutch East
India Company. Based primarily on unpublished Duitch archival resources.


1806.) VICKERY, MICHAEL: ->Cambodia: 1975-1982. PB:Silkworm Books: Chieng Mai, Thailand, 1999. REP.
Edition 363 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
30185.) WIDYONO, BENNY: ->Dancing In Shadows: Sihanouk, the Khmer Rouge, and the United Nations in
Cambodia. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of the period from 1992 to 1997 where the author first as a
peacekeeper with UNTAC from 1992 to 1993, the the a representative of the UN secretry general in Cambodia from
1994 to 1997. Book has a foreward by Ben Kiernan.

29192.) WIDYONO, BENNY: ->Dancing In Shadows: Sihanouk, the Khmer Rouge, and the United Nations in
Cambodia. PB:Rowan & Littlefied: Lanham, Md., 2008. 1ST Edition 322 pgs., $27.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. An excellent first hand account of the turnmoil of international and domestic politics swirling around
Cambodia after the fall of the Khmer Rouge. Author was career UN diplomat and served as a peacekeeper with
UNTAC from 1992-1993 and representative of the UN Secretary-General in Cambodia from 1994 to 1997. Book was
written while he served as a visiting scholar at the Kahin Center for Advanced Research on Southeast Asia at Cornell
University. Book has a foreward by Ben Kiernan.
2014.) WILLIAMS, MASLYN: ->The Land In Between: The Cambodian Dilemma. HC:William Morrow Co.: New
York, 1970. 1st Edition 241 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A good journalistic account of Cambodia for the
period of late 1968. Author give an account of an interview with Prince Sihanouk.

2016.) YATHAY, PIN: ->Stay Alive My Son. HC:Macmillian, Inc.: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 239 pgs., $10
PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 239 pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, remainder mark
bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy. A personal memoir of an escape from the 'killing fields' by a member of the
professional class in Cambodia who lost 17 members of his family. This is a rewritten edition from the author's 1979
French edition.
9677.) ZEFFERYS, MARLENE L, NICHOLAS S. and JEFFREY STONE:->Heaven and Empire: Khmer Bonzes from
the 9th to the 15th Centuries. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 1st Edition 142 pgs., $47.5 Wraps trade size
ed., a mint copy. Book contains 98 color plates that portrays the finest examples of the art of the lost wax method of
bronze casting. The text features bronzes from the collections of the Phnom Penh Royal Museum of Fine, Art, The
National Museum of Bangkok, The National Museum Phimai and private collections.


20817.) ZEPHIR, THIERRY: ->Khmer: The Lost Empire of Cambodia. PB:Harry N. Abrams, Inc.: New York, 1998.
127 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A 5 by 7 inch book that has lavish color photos and a concise text on
the Khmrer Empire of ancient Cambodia.


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