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A further series of Brian Hurlock's photos of Site 2 during the time he was working for COERR during 1989-90 showing conditions faced by Cambodian refugees who had fled the tyranny of the Khmer Rouge and the invading Vietnamese in those terrible times for the Khmer people.
Volunteers such as Brian and fellow Australians like Adelia Bernard, Margot Grant from Western Australia, who also were volunteers with COERR did wonderful selfless humanitarian work during those bitter years. Margot wrote a heart moving account of her 8 years in Site2 in her book "Bamboo and Barbed Wire." (Goodbook, 7 Hampton St, Mandurah WA 6210 email: firstname.lastname@example.org )
Adelia also wrote of her experiences and work in her book called "One Heart" which was more autobiographical and a spiritual reflection on her involvement being a vocational call from the Mother of God.
|Local kids Site 2, 1990|
|Local Waterhole - Sanro- Site 2 1989|
|A host of Street angels, Site 2 1990|
|Daily chore for their water ration - Sanro 1989|
|Suburbia Site 2 - 1989 - Nong Chan Camp|
|Part of Sok Sann Camp - 1990|
|The Kitchen - Dang Rek Camp Site 2 1990|
|An ex-soldier, now COERR Trained artisan Site 2, 1990|
|Local Barber Shop, Sok Sann Camp 1990|
|A Soldier's Good luck tattoos, Sok Sann 1990|
|Sorting Silkworms Site 2, 1989|