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US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Meyerhoff Auditorium Entrance, First Floor
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
Washington, DC 20024

Cambodia 1975–1979
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US Holocaust Memorial Museum

This special exhibition examines the era when Cambodia's Khmer Rouge government instituted policies that led to the deaths of nearly two million Cambodians--at least a quarter of the country's population--as it sought to radically restructure the nation.

This exhibition was made possible in part by the J. B. and M. K. Pritzker Family Foundation.

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