no Cambodia is a democracy and. It became that way after 1975 when Karma Rouge was ; well something happened to him I don't know. It has a multitude of religious beliefs and seems peaceful, I hope. There are many languages spoken and English is one of them ! Yea
to reduce the flow of communist supplies
Cambodia is part of the continent of Asia.
Cambodia is in Indo China next to Lagos.
The Southeast Asian country's official name is the Kingdom of Cambodia. It is known by its natives as Kampuchea.
According to my research there are 1032 schools in Cambodia. Hope that helps!
Cambodia is not a communist country. It is a kingdom and democratically governed.
The communist takeover brought the genocide in Cambodia.
Communist inspired forces, along with other forms of "rebel" factions moved into Cambodia.
Communist from the north ad the south has slowed down the economies of Laos and Cambodia
Communist control of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
The fall of Cambodia and South Vietnam to Communist forces was probably the big event.
No. The exact reverse happened. Laos and Cambodia were Western-oriented constitutional monarchies in 1960. By the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, both countries became Communist dictatorships.
People who wouldn't support the newly formed communist regime.