The National Day of Remembrance is Cambodia’s latest addition to an already long list of public holidays. First launched on May 20, 1984, Cambodia’s Day of Remembrance became an official public holiday in 2018.
It is May 20, the National Day of Remembrance. The annual observance marks the day in 1975 when the communist regime of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge began the mass killings of the Cambodian genocide.
How Cambodia’s Day of Remembrance for Genocide Victims Has ? The annual observance marks the day in 1975 when the communist regime of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge began the mass killings of the Cambodian genocide. Such national days of remembrance are often a key part of confronting and acknowledging a troubling past; Germany’s decision to create a day to remember the Holocaust, for example, has been
History — National Cambodian Heritage Museum and Killing ? Our permanent exhibition, "Remembering the Killing Fields", led the State of Illinois in 2012 to become the first state to formally adopt the Cambodian Day of Remembrance. The national and local Cambodian communities have recognized the invaluable role that the …
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