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https://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/Sihanouk/Documents/NS4.pdf
In this message sent from Peking, King Sihanouk welcomed the foreign delegations participating in the First Southeast Asia Biennal of Phnom Penh. At the time the King was ill in China. Signature at bottom of pages is that of Norodom Sihanouk.

https://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/Sihanouk/Documents/NS2.pdf
In this statement Sihanouk rejects his deposition by the Cambodian Parliament. The statement was made in Peking two days after his arrival in the Chinese capital. Signature at top of page is that of Dr. Ngo Hou, one of Samdech Sihanouk's advisors in…

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC25.pdf
Vorn Vet a senior official in the Cambodian Communist party, was one of the leaders of the Cambodian "revolution" led by Pol Pot and served as Deputy Prime Minister of Democratic Kampuchea. He was arrested and executed in 1978. Includes a summary…

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC24.pdf
Phouk Chhay a left-leaning Cambodian intellectual served as a public servant and was also one of the leaders of the Gnereal Association of Khmer Students (AGEK) established in December 1964 and of the Cambodia-China Friendship Association established…

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC23.pdf
Memoir of a former Khmer Serei (Free Khmer) activists now living in Seattle. Includes information on Sngoc Thanh and Khmer Serei activities in the 1960s. Page 90 is missing, document is incomplete.

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC22.pdf
Toch Kham Doeun was a left-leaning Cambodian intellectual living in Paris at the time of the 18 March 1970 coup. He rallied to King Sihanouk and after the formation of the GRUNC in May 1970 he was appointed Ambassador to Cuba but was also responsible…

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC21.pdf
Detailed history of modern Cambodia drawn from interviews and published sources. Contains information about Khmer Issarak, Battambang. Includes a detailed chronology of Khmer history from 1904 to 1986

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC19.pdf
This Memorandum introduces the holdings of DCCAM (Documentation Center of Cambodia) to the United Nations experts, explaining how documents are organized and providing a quick starting point to the experts' work. It is intended to show what type of…

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC17.pdf
Essay by the former Member of Parliament and Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Douc Rasy

http://repository.erc.monash.edu/files/upload/Asian-Collections/David-Chandler/DC15.pdf
Huot Sambath was a senior Cambodian public official. He served as Minister for Foreign Affairs, Permament Representative to the United Nations and after the 18 March 1980 coup, he rallied to King Sihanouk and was appointed successively Minister of…