Photographs From S-21

These heartbreaking photographs are of the defenseless Cambodians who faced
death at the hands of the Khmer Rouge between mid-1975 and early 1979. Many of
these prisoners were photographed right after having their blindfolds removed.
Facing their captors, they didn't know where they were or what would happen
to them.

Pictures of the prisoners from Tuol Sleng taken by Nhem En

Click Here: Interview with Khmer Rouge Photographer Nhem En

 

Prisoners after their death at S-21

 

Pictures painted by S-21 survivor Vann Nath

A single cell in Tuol Sleng

Group cell for less important prisoners

Torture methods

 

 

S-21 has now been converted in the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.

Click Here: Tour of Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

 

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