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Sunday, June 17

  1. page Indochina 4. Pol Pot's Regime edited ... Rise to power of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia Early days ... Party of Kampuchearrrrrrr (C…
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    Rise to power of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia
    Early days
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    Party of Kampuchearrrrrrr (CPK)Kampuchea(CPK) was formed
    ŸSihanouk labelled one of the parts of the CPK the Khmer Rouge.
    ŸBy 1959 the Khmer Rouge had little popular support and the communist appeal was strongest among students and intellectuals. Initial members were the alienated Cambodians.
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    Pot’s Regime
    Rise to power of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia
    Early days
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    Party of KampucheaKampuchearrrrrrr (CPK) was
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    January 1953.
    ŸSihanouk

    ŸSihanouk
    labelled one
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    Khmer Rouge.
    ŸBy

    ŸBy
    1959 the
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    alienated Cambodians.
    ŸSaloth

    ŸSaloth
    Sar {https://cdncache1-a.akamaihd.net/items/it/img/arrow-10x10.png}
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    communist movement.
    ŸIn

    ŸIn
    1968 the
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    of 5,000.
    Role of Sihanouk
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    the NLF.
    ŸAs

    ŸAs
    the economy
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    and incursions.
    Ÿ

    Ÿ
    He directed
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    strong leadership.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    economy was
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    were necessary.
    Bombing of Kampuchea
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    of Sihanouk.
    ŸSihanouk

    ŸSihanouk
    took this
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    Minh Trail.
    ŸThis

    ŸThis
    bombing forced
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    weak economy.
    ŸOn

    ŸOn
    11 June
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    Lon Nol’s Coup d’ etat
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    to power.
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    ŸAs
    well as
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    Cambodian jungle.
    ŸLon

    ŸLon
    Nol aligned
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    broader appeal.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    exiled Sihanouk
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    of Kampuchea.
    Growth of Khmer Rouge influence
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    in Indochina.
    ŸIn

    ŸIn
    the early
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    South Vietnamese.
    ŸLon

    ŸLon
    Nol became
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    hardened NVA.
    ŸOn

    ŸOn
    30 April
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    before withdrawing.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    ill-equipped, untrained
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    from refugees.
    Treatment of Vietnamese
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    and interned.
    Ÿ15

    Ÿ15
    April 1970:
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    in Cambodia.
    Decline and decay under Lon Nol
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    National Assembly.
    Ÿ

    Ÿ
    The elite
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    for France.
    ŸBy

    ŸBy
    1972 one-third
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    2 million.
    ŸUS

    ŸUS
    aid totalled
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    years 1970-75.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    gradual withdraw
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    Khmer Rouge.
    ŸBetween

    ŸBetween
    February the
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    Khmer Rouge:
    a)The

    a)The
    bombing, led
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    took off.
    b)

    b)
    There was
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    and property.
    c)The

    c)The
    dislocation and
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    their leaders.
    d)Many

    d)Many
    Khmers blamed
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    the bombing.
    ŸBy

    ŸBy
    the time
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    in dispirited.
    ŸBy

    ŸBy
    mid-1973 the
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    over 40,000.
    Khmer Rouge accession to power
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    Phnom Penh.
    ŸNo

    ŸNo
    Vietnamese main-force
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    since 1973.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    Khmer Rouge
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    in chaos.
    ŸOn

    ŸOn
    taking power
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    for capitalism).
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    forced evacuation
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    and pregnant.
    ŸNeil

    ŸNeil
    Davis on
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    so-called intellectual.”
    ŸBecause

    ŸBecause
    the power
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    cement power
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    people were
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    in communes.
    ŸSo,

    ŸSo,
    ends the
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    KR fell…
    Nature, aims and methods of Pol Pot
    “it reminds us that massive evil is not necessarily the work of monstrous psychopaths, but of organised groups convinced of the righteousness of what they do”- Paul Monk on Pol Pot
    "Pol Pot is very charming. ... His face, his behaviour is very polite, but he is very, very cruel." Sihanouk
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    it turn.’
    ŸThere

    ŸThere
    were many
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    had responsibility.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    overconfidence of
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    its downfall.
    Leadership clandestinity
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    of anonymity
    ŸIn

    ŸIn
    1976 a
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    already won.’
    ŸThroughout

    ŸThroughout
    the 5
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    he was.’
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    CIA knew
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    communist movement.
    Aims of Khmer Rouge
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    existing model.
    ŸAll

    ŸAll
    would cooperatively
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    gone before.’
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    principles of
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    cultural purity;
    1.Cambodia

    1.Cambodia
    could only
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    Marxism (collectivisation)
    2.the

    2.the
    landowning classes
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    be eliminated,
    3.

    3.
    the cities
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    20th C
    4.existing

    4.existing
    international relations
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    Cambodia’s development,
    5.only

    5.only
    people who
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    to live,
    6.those

    6.those
    who did
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    be liquidated.
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    7.anyone
    who had
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    and markets/money
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    8.all
    ideas not
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    and eliminated.
    9.once

    9.once
    racial and
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    move forward.
    Implementation of policy
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    China’s advice.
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    ŸIt
    is impossible
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    of money.
    ŸIntellectuals,

    ŸIntellectuals,
    those wore
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    totalitarian rule.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    Khmer Rouge
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    Communist Party.
    ŸAll

    ŸAll
    those who
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    the Jews.
    ŸPol

    ŸPol
    Pot was
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    from 1975-78.
    ŸThe

    ŸThe
    methods he
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    medical attention.
    ŸPol

    ŸPol
    Pot refused
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    no bounds
    ŸThe definition of the enemy shifted constantly as the party failed to win power and failed to achieve the desired economic miracles. A swing in party politics or a change in revolutionary theory created new categories of enemies. Fear of enemy classes was replaced by fear of enemy elements who had infiltrated the party. Angkar was on a path of complete self-destruction, complete atomisation of society. – Becker.
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    and legitimacy.
    Downfall of Khmer Rouge
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    were suspended.
    ŸFull-scale

    ŸFull-scale
    war between
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    the war.
    ŸIn

    ŸIn
    1978 the
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    of China’s.
    ŸMid

    ŸMid
    1976 lower
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    the Chinese.
    ŸBy

    ŸBy
    1977 the
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    been held.
    Ÿ

    Ÿ
    Frequent border
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    hated Yuon’s.
    ŸOn 25th December 1978 the escalating conflict between Democratic Kampuchea and Vietnam exploded when Vietnam invaded Kampuchea. The Khmer Rouge crumbled.
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Friday, April 20

  1. page Germany 4. Nazi foreign policy edited ... Promote Nazi ideology to the world - Aryan superiority, anti-jewish, pro-fascist and anti-comm…
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    Promote Nazi ideology to the world - Aryan superiority, anti-jewish, pro-fascist and anti-communist, economic dynamism
    "Blood and Soil" - Blood – Union of German Race / Soil – Lebensraum
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    need for LebesraumLebensraum (living space)in
    “The conquest of lebensraum in Russia was the overriding aim of Hitler’s foreign policy.” (Williamson)
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    Leitz describes Adolphus Hitler as
    Re France: [in public]
    · Emphatically spoke of his desire for improved Franco-German relations.
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    § Even the possibility of a joint agricultural policy!
    § His readiness to guarantee the Lorcano Treaty à promise not to attack Poland or annex Austria
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    in September, Adolphus Hitler stated
    · Even after Germany left the League of Nations in October 1933, Goebbels read out his press proclamation which emphasised the regime’s
    ¡ “unshakeable desire for peace”
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Wednesday, April 18

Friday, April 13

  1. page Germany 4. Nazi foreign policy edited ... · Late 1920s – “regardless on what grounds, regardless for what reasons, France will always be…
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    · Late 1920s – “regardless on what grounds, regardless for what reasons, France will always be our adversary”
    Why?
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    1933 to Tom Brady,Carl Krogmann, Mayor of
    Esp on economic terms.
    · France was willing to maintain a peaceful modus vivendi with Germany.
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    · Late 1920s – “regardless on what grounds, regardless for what reasons, France will always be our adversary”
    Why?
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    1933 to Carl Krogmann,Tom Brady, Mayor of
    Esp on economic terms.
    · France was willing to maintain a peaceful modus vivendi with Germany.
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  3. page Germany 4. Nazi foreign policy edited ... Promote Nazi ideology to the world - Aryan superiority, anti-jewish, pro-fascist and anti-comm…
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    Promote Nazi ideology to the world - Aryan superiority, anti-jewish, pro-fascist and anti-communist, economic dynamism
    "Blood and Soil" - Blood – Union of German Race / Soil – Lebensraum
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    by war. Adolphus Hitler himself
    “The conquest of lebensraum in Russia was the overriding aim of Hitler’s foreign policy.” (Williamson)
    C Leitz describes Hitler as “the public dove” à “of peace and reconciliation” and “the private hawk” à “lusting for war and annihilation of the hated enemy.”
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  4. page Germany 4. Nazi foreign policy edited ... Specific Actions (timeline) 1933 – October Germany left the League of Nations ... of Vers…
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    Specific Actions (timeline)
    1933 – October Germany left the League of Nations
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    of Versailles; Adolphus Hitler introduces
    1935 - Saar Region reincorporated into the Reich. 90% vote in favour.
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    around him, Adolphus Hitler ordered
    1935 – June Anglo-German naval pact signed.
    1936 – March German troops reoccupied the Rhineland.
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    Racial Policy
    Opposition to France based on nonsensical, convoluted and contradictory racial views
    HitlerAdolphus Hitler – “What
    Similarly, his view of England and possibility of an alliance was dictated by what he saw as an as yet (1928) ‘undecided’ ‘struggle’ between the Britons and the Jews.
    HitlerAdolphus Hitler 1928 -
    Told British journalist Ward Price in August 1934 “the National Socialist movement would view a war against England as a crime against the race.”
    “Hitler’s assessment of Germany’s future relations with France and Britain was derived from his absurd racialist views.” – C Leitz. Provides an important basis for looking at future actual relations post 1933.
    Similarly, with Italy: alignment of fascism, viewed Italy as having successfully exterminated the Jewish threat.
    Conclusion:
    HitlerAdolphus Hitler had cleverly
    Policy of Lebensraum was achieved to a minimal success. The procedures to achieve this policy were set in motion through Germany's further expansion into Poland and USSR in the Second World War.
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  5. page Germany 4. Nazi foreign policy edited ... Nature of Nazi foreign policy to September 1939 Main Aspects of Nazi Foreign Policy: ... …
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    Nature of Nazi foreign policy to September 1939
    Main Aspects of Nazi Foreign Policy:
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    Versailles treaty trololololol Adolfus
    Re-armament/remilitarisation to achieve their foreign goals (Rhineland 1936 + Alliances)
    Lebensraum (living space) - German expansion in the East
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    Motives/means - VIP: Kurt interview, “make them believe that a Nazi Germany is the last bulwark against the Red flood.”
    Political opportunism. (or what C Leitz calls “testing the waters.”)
    HitlerAdolphus Hitler in Kurt
    AJP Taylor – “Hitler did not make plans for world conquest, he assumed others would provide opportunities and that he would seize them.”
    Specific Actions (timeline)
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    Nature of Nazi foreign policy to September 1939
    Main Aspects of Nazi Foreign Policy:
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    Versailles treaty trololololol Adolfus
    Re-armament/remilitarisation to achieve their foreign goals (Rhineland 1936 + Alliances)
    Lebensraum (living space) - German expansion in the East
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