Cambodian Genocide Program della Yale University contiene fotografie, biografie, mappe e altre risorse che documentano le atrocità commesse dal regime khmer di Pol Pot tra il 1975 e il 1979, quando persero la vita circa 1 milione e settecentomila cambogiani (il 21% della popolazione totale).
Si tratta della digitalizzazione dell’archivio di 100.000 pagine del Santebal, la polizia del regime di Pol Pot, che venne reso disponibile alla consultazione nel 1996.
This material has been microfilmed by Yale University’s Sterling Library and made available to scholars worldwide. As of January 2008, we have also compiled and published 22,000 biographic and bibliographic records, and over 6,000 photographs, along with documents, translations, maps, and an extensive list of CGP books and research papers on the genocide, as well as the CGP’s newly-enhanced, interactive Cambodian Geographic Database, CGEO, which includes data on: Cambodia’s 13,000 villages; the 115,000 sites targeted in 231,00 U.S. bombing sorties flown over Cambodia in 1965-75, dropping 2.75 million tons of munitions; 158 prisons run by Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime during 1975-1979, and 309 mass-grave sites with an estimated total of 19,000 grave pits; and 76 sites of post-1979 memorials to victims of the Khmer Rouge
I Cambodian Genocide Data Bases(CGDB) comprendono quatto database con informazioni diverse: bibliografico, biografico, fotografico e geografico.
The bibliographic database contains records on 2,963 primary and secondary documents, articles and books dealing with atrocities during the Khmer Rouge regime. The biographic database is an index of data on 19,049 Khmer Rouge military and political leaders and many victims of the Khmer Rouge regime. The photographic database is a display of more than 5,000 prisoner mug shots taken at Tuol Sleng prison. The geographic database comprises an interactive computerized map, plus a collection of approximately 100 scanned maps showing the locations of around 19,000 mass grave pits, as well as dozens of Khmer Rouge-era prisons and memorials to their victims.