Count Him In

Karnow, Stanley
May 1973
New Republic;5/19/73, Vol. 168 Issue 20, p17
Presents an interview with former Cambodian chief of state Norodom Sihanouk about his dangerous trip into the so-called "liberated areas" of Cambodia in order to reinforce his alliance with the insurgents fighting against the Pnompenh regime headed by Lon Nol. Reason for choosing after his ouster to continue fighting rather than retire to France; Sihanouk's admission that the North Vietnamese and Vietcong use Cambodia as a route to transport equipment down to South Vietnam; Transfer of his responsibilities for the management of the government to the resistance forces.


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