Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields Images

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Most of the school rooms were divided into cells (Source)
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Razor wire around the perimeter (Source)
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Inside the museum (Source)
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Waterboard displayed at Tuol Sleng. Prisoners' legs were shackled to the bar on the right, their wrists were restrained to the brackets on the left and hot water was poured over their face using the blue watering can. (Source)
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Mugshots of prisoners on display (Source)
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Cabinets filled with human skulls (Source)
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Concentration camp rules (Source)
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"Skull map" (Source)
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Cambodian school students tour the museum (Source)
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Bou Meng (left), Chum Mey (center) and Vann Nath (right) after having received a copy of the Duch verdict on August 12, 2010. They are three of only a handful survivors from the secret Khmer Rouge prison S21 where at least 12,273 people were tortured and executed. (Source)

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