The Killing Fields

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The Killing Fields movie poster.

Movie (1984)
also known as : La déchirure

Starring:
Sam Waterston (Sydney Schanberg)
Haing S. Ngor (Dith Pran)
John Malkovich (Alan 'Al' Rockoff )
Julian Sands (John Swain )


From 1973 to 1979, the fate of the cambodian people seen through the eyes of an american reporter and those of his Cambodian interpreter and journalist.

Boeing B-52B Stratofortress

KilFields B-52.jpg
KilFields B-52-0.jpg

Douglas C-47

Just a glimpse.

KilFields C-47.jpg

Fairchild C-123 Explorer

KilFields C-123.jpg

Bell UH-1 Iroqouis

KilFields Huey.jpg

The rare Cambodian roundel style used between 1970 and 1975.

UH-1D.
UH-1N.

Sikorsky CH-53

KilFields CH-53.jpg
KilFields CH-53-2.jpg

Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star

The Khmer Rouge fall under the Vietnamese offensive is illustrated by these two straffing T-33.

KilFields T-33-0.jpg
KilFields T-33-2.jpg


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