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  1. Jeopardy- The Cambodian Genocide

  2. Its Time For Jeopardy- The Cambodian Genocide Khmer Rouge Misc. General facts Major People French Protectorate 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. What is communism? Answer

  4. Communism is a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is equal.

  5. Who is Pol Pot? Answer

  6. Pol Pot is the leader of Khmer Rouge

  7. What is Khmer Rouge? Answer

  8. Communist guerrilla organization that opposed the Cambodian government in the 1960s.

  9. What specific groups of people did Pol Pot kill? Answer

  10. The Khmer Rouge was based upon killing Buddhists, Christians, Muslims, and any other educated person.

  11. Why was Pol Pot killing all these people? Answer

  12. Khmer wanted to live under communism. Every citizen would be equal, therefore there would be no social classes.

  13. Who is Sihanouk? Answer

  14. The previous leader of Cambodia, before the genocide began.

  15. How did 21% of the country’s population die? Answer

  16. S-21 camps, they died due to starvation, and being overworked

  17. When did the genocide take place? Answer

  18. 1975-1979

  19. What country invaded Cambodia in 1978? Answer

  20. Vietnam

  21. Where was the S-21 camp located? Answer

  22. The S-21 was located in the abandoned suburban Phnom Penh high school of TuolSleng.

  23. What is the length of time Cambodians were forced to work in labor camps per day? Answer

  24. 12-15 hours a day

  25. Who was the leader of the Cambodia before Pol Pot? Answer

  26. Lon Nol

  27. What is a tribute to the genocide? Answer

  28. Some of the bodies have been put on display in museums

  29. How did Pol Pot die and what important event was suppose to take place that day? Answer

  30. The Khmer Rouge agreed to turn him over to an international tribunal. Died due to a heart failure.

  31. Where was the peace agreement freeing Cambodia written? Answer

  32. It was written in the one and only Paris.

  33. Who was the leader of the new Government now that Prince Norodom Sihanouk was voted out? Answer

  34. Lon Nol

  35. Who set up a communist party after Cambodia's independence from France? Answer

  36. Pol Pot

  37. Who is Son Sen? Answer

  38. Son Sen was a Cambodian Communist politician and soldier. He took the place of Pol Pot when he resigned.

  39. Who is King Nordom Sihanouk? Answer

  40. Norodom Sihanouk was the King of Cambodia from 1941 to 1955 and again from 1993 to 2004

  41. Who joins the Khmer Rouge wanting his power back? Answer

  42. King Nordom

  43. How long was the French protectorate? Answer

  44. 90 years

  45. When did King Norodom Sihanouk sign a treaty of protectorate with the French? Answer

  46. In 1864

  47. How did Cambodia gain its independence? Answer