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    Khmer Rouge

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    Insert Intro here! Thesis: The turbulent history in Cambodia and its neighbor, Vietnam, led to the rise of Pol Pot as head of Khmer Rouge, and this continued climate of political unrest led to mass genocide and insurgence that continues to contribute to the instability of Cambodia today. The Cambodian struggle against the ninety years of French colonization played a big role in the uprising of communism in Cambodia. In 1863, the French declared Cambodia would be a protectorate of France. In 1941

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    The Khmer Rouge

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    country of Cambodia almost went down into ruins during this time period. Yet, this harrowing occurrence is overlooked upon. This genocide is commonly referred to as the Khmer Rouge. Society of southeast Asia came to ruins during the Khmer Rouge. One of these problems involve the population of Cambodia. Due to the Khmer Rouge, there was a massive decrease in population. This was caused by either mass killings or the large numbers of immigration (Carney). The population that remained were obligated

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    Analyzing Moulin Rouge

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    Moulin Rouge is celebrated for its art direction, music, and performances. One of its biggest endeavors is the set design. With a combination of real sets and computer generated images, Moulin Rouge manages to showcases a 19th century Paris, France as a world of moral decadence but undeniable beauty. The set design further pushes the message of France, at this time, being a place of plague, poverty and sin; but also a place of art, music and beauty. In the introduction of the film, we see an elaborate

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    A History of the Khmer Rouge

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    A History of the Khmer Rouge [insert introduction here] The Khmer Rouge, also known as the Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK), was a group led by Pol Pot that dictated Cambodia from 1975 to 1979 (Time). This massacre has roots back to the 1940s, when France had its own colonized countries such as Cambodia and Vietnam. In 1954, Vietnam defeated France at war and won its independence. The new country of Vietnam was divided into two sections: “communist North Vietnam and pro-Western South Vietnam (backed

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    The Power of Love in Moulin Rouge and To Dance With the White Dog The power of love is exposed in the films Moulin Rouge and To Dance With the White Dog. In each movie, each individual must overcome obstacles within themselves in order to overcome the obstacles in their relationships. Although the love shared by each couple is different, both cases of love are real and run deeply. Satine and Sam Peek each handle their romantic relationships differently according to their situations.

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    Ford Motor Company: The River Rouge Manufacturing Complex The first piece of material I gathered was a picture via the internet. This picture is of the River Rouge assembly plant in Dearborn, Michigan. This picture shows the manufacturing of the fender for a Ford Motor Company product. It also shows the facilities of the Rouge plant and how the plant itself was state of the art. This plant was the largest of its kind at the time of its construction. The Ford Motor Company at the time

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    never came, the walk continued, and what waited for them was a true horror. Leading up to the communist takeover, lasting from 1975-1979, was the formation of the Khmer Rouge in the 1950s. The Khmer Rouge was an assemblage of angry peasant farmers seeking salvation in communism. In the 1960s, Pol Pot became head of the Khmer Rouge and organized the overthrowal of Cambodia’s government, headed by Lon Nol. By 1975 they had complete control and began their regime of reforming Cambodia into a classless

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    Thematic concerns in "Moulin Rouge"

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    "Moulin Rouge" the scandalous, and over the top film co-written by Baz Luhrmann is set in the 1900's a time when upper and lower class were largely divided. Although, the beginning of the movie starts in black and white it quickly becomes splashed with color and excitement. The main characters Cristian and Satine become the films main attraction when the forbidden love blossoms. "Moulin Rouge" embodies the theme of the forbidden love of two people from two completely different worlds, and two very

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    The Khmer Rouge was the name given to Cambodian communists and the followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea in Cambodia who famously carried out the Cambodian genocide later. The Khmer Rouge was led by Pol Pot, Nuon Chea, Ieng Sary, Son Sen, and Khieu Samphan. The Khmer Rouge's armed force was gradually developed in the jungles of Eastern Cambodia amid the late 1960s and was carried by the North Vietnamese Army, the Viet Cong, and the Pathet Lao. The Khmer Rouge came out the Cambodian Civil

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    Khmer Rouge And Genocide

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    Khmer Rouge What is genocide? Genocide is when violent crime is done against groups intending to destroy its existence (Genocide). Not many know about the Cambodian genocide, committed by the Khmer Rouge. The Khmer Rouge or also known as the Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK), took ownership of Cambodia. The CPK established the political party of Democratic Kampuchea in 1976 and administered the country until January 1979. In 1975 Khmer Rouge declared Year Zero, where all culture and traditions in

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