17 Mar Cambodia – Part 3
Welcome back for the final part for the Cambodia entries. Before we continue, viewer discretion is advised, some images below at the later parts might be a bit graphic for some of you.
In case you had already sum up all your courage to go on viewing the pics below, you should read this before continuing so that you have an idea about the genocide, the torture and how an estimated 4 million Cambodians died during the reign of the Khmer Rouge Regime. The photos below are from Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields.
The sign reads: Do not scream, lower voice. (Toul Sleng Genocide Museum)
Mugshots of all those that had been tortured to death, even children.
Shackles used to bound the legs of the prisoners
Mugshot of the defence minister’s wife of the prior government, before she was tortured and killed together with her new born. PS: notice her tear.
Human remains in the ground from a mass grave left untouched in the Killing Fields.
In my opinion, many many times more horrifying than the holocaust.