"Escape From Cambodia" is the true story of a family that lived, endured, and triumphed in the days of the Khmer Rouge. During this time, they were forced to negotiate a minefield, survived a rocket attack on their camp, and were robbed at gunpoint. It was a time when courage, fear, and resourcefulness were part of daily living. This book will hold a reader's attention as it details the events of those four years, culminating in their escape to freedom.
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Lim Meas was born in the Kandal Province of Cambodia. He joined the Cambodian army and became a prisoner from the outset of the takeover of the country by the Khmer Rouge in 1975. He endured four years of the most trying conditions before escaping with this family to Thailand. There he was accepted into a refugee camp and later granted immigration to the United States. He and his wife have six living children and today the family resides in Southern California.
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Book Description Christian Services Publishing, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M159352465X