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Seeking KR

Seeking KR

Dear Editor,

I am currently working on a project to enter in a nationwide competition. As my

topic, I have chosen to do the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia during the period 1975-1979.

I am going to focus on the genocide of millions of Cambodian people.

I am going to present my project in a media presentation, and therefore am seeking

any videos or still pictures to assist me with my presentation. I am willing to reimburse

any costs, and will give appropriate acknowledgment for any materials you provide

me with. Help would be greatly appreciated.

-e-mail: [email protected]

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