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Correction

Correction

The interview with Prince Norodom Chakrapong in Volume 11, Number 13 contained two

errors. The sentence reading: "Later that year I accompanied Queen Monineath

to China..." should have read: "Later that year I accompanied my grandmother,

Her Majesty Queen Sisowath Kossamak ..."

The sentence that states: "History shows that to lead a coup you need maybe

100,000 soldiers ..." should read: "History shows that to lead a coup you

need at least more than a thousand soldiers".

The Post regrets the errors.

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