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The period of grand colonial splendour really started its decline at the end of King Sisowath's reign. His successor, King Monivong, was crowned in 1928 just on the eve of the Great Depression. With the rise of fascism and the Second World War following the Depression, France was never again in a position to play an imperial role, despite an attempt to do so in the early 1950s. Some important milestones in the development of institutions that had political and cultural ramifications for Cambodia need mentioning here.

Peter Annear contributed particularly on development and economics; Sally Low on politics and human rights; and my daughter Mina (Minnie O'Shea) focused on art, but ranged widely through travel, maps and miscellanea. Bronwen Phillips combed indexes of film and literature to find many more titles than I had been aware of, and she looked at their plots through postmodern eyes. Peter Arfanis and Rosanna Barbero tracked down and reported on a number of titles from Phnom Penh, and Rosanna also carried out the initial categorization of items by subject and by priority for inclusion.

Kepars 195 Prague, Susie Lunt 196 Samoa, H. G. A. Hughes 197 St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, Alan Day 198 Budapest, Mátyás Sárközi 199 Lisbon, John Laidlar 200 Cambodia, Helen Jarvis 201 Vienna, C. M. Peniston-Bird 202 Corsica, Grace L. Hudson 203 Amsterdam, André van Os 204 Korea, J. E. Hoare Contents PREFACE xiii INTRODUCTION xix CHRONOLOGY xxxv ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS lxiii THE COUNTRY AND ITS PEOPLE 1 GEOGRAPHY, MAPS AND ATLASES 8 TOURISM AND TRAVEL GUIDES 15 TRAVELLERS' ACCOUNTS AND EXPLORATION 22 FLORA AND FAUNA 37 ARCHAEOLOGY 43 HISTORY 50 Southeast Asia and Indochina 50 General history of Cambodia 53 Pre-Angkor and general inscriptions 57 Angkor (802-1432) 63 Post-Angkor (1433-1863) 68 Colonial period (1863-1953) 72 Post-1940 General 79 First and Second Indochina Wars (1945-54 and 1954-75) 84 Sihanouk (1953-70) 88 Page x Lon Nol (1970-75) 92 Democratic Kampuchea (1975-79) 96 People's Republic of Kampuchea and State of Cambodia (1979-93) 107 Kingdom of Cambodia (1993- ) 118 PERSONAL ACCOUNTS, BIOGRAPHIES AND AUTOBIOGRAPHIES 121 POPULATION AND DEMOGRAPHY 131 ETHNIC GROUPS AND PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 135 OVERSEAS POPULATIONS AND REFUGEES 139 LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS, DICTIONARIES AND GRAMMARS 145 RELIGION 155 SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY 162 SOCIAL ISSUES, MINES, AND RETURNING AND INTERNAL REFUGEES 167 PUBLIC HEALTH AND MEDICINE 173 POLITICS, ADMINISTRATION, GOVERNMENT AND DEFENCE 176 HUMAN RIGHTS, GENOCIDE, CONSTITUTION AND LEGAL SYSTEM 185 FOREIGN RELATIONS 202 UNTAC AND THE PEACE PROCESS 219 ECONOMY, COMMERCE, INDUSTRY AND FINANCE 226 AGRICULTURE, FORESTS AND FISHERIES 237 DEVELOPMENT POLICY AND AID 243 STATISTICS 250 NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING 253 Page xi EDUCATION 258 LITERATURE 261 Western literature set in Cambodia 261 Cambodian literaturetraditional and contemporary 274 ARTS AND CULTURAL HERITAGE 285 CUSTOMS AND CEREMONIES 310 LIBRARIES AND BOOKS, ART GALLERIES, MUSEUMS AND ARCHIVES 315 MASS MEDIA 318 PERIODICALS AND NEWS SOURCES 320 ENCYCLOPAEDIAS, DIRECTORIES AND REFERENCE WORKS 328 BIBLIOGRAPHIES 332 FILMS AND VIDEOS 342 RECORDED MUSIC 360 AUDIO AND BRAILLE BOOKS 362 INTERNET SITES AND DATABASES 365 INDEX OF AUTHORS 371 INDEX OF TITLES 385 INDEX OF SUBJECTS 405 MAP OF CAMBODIA 413 Page xiii Preface Angkor, Angkar and angko are the three quintessential themes of Cambodian history.

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