CGP Photographs

CGP Photographic Database

This database contains more than 5,000 images of Khmer Rouge victims as they were entered the Tuol Sleng prison.

Tuol Sleng Prison
This former high school in Phnom Penh became “S-21,” nerve center of the Khmer Rouge secret police; today it is the Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide. 
Photograph by Ben Kiernan, 1980.

Tuol Sleng Organization Chart

Comrade Duch
Photograph by Stuart Isett, 2000.

CGP Mapping Team on Site
CGP Documentation Consultant Dr. Helen Jarvis and Mapping Team Leader Charles Bowers record data at Sala Damnak in Kandal Province. 
Photograph by Youk Chhang, 1996.

National Bank in Democratic Kampuchea
The National Bank of Cambodia in Phnom Penh was demolished with explosives in 1975 by the new Khmer Rouge government as a symbol of their rejection of capitalism. 
Photograph by Ben Kiernan, 1980.

Exhumation at Choeung Ek
The exhumation of the Killing Fields at Choeung Ek in 1980 by the People’s Republic of Kampuchea was one of the first concrete proofs to the outside world that something terrible had happened in Democratic Kampuchea. 
Photograph by Ben Kiernan, 1980.