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Vintage photo of Marshal Lon Nol walking with and in front of his men. Photo taken on June 9, 1970.

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Vintage photo of Marshal Lon Nol walking with and in front of his men. Photo taken on June 9, 1970.
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Vintage photo of Marshal Lon Nol walking with and in front of his men. Photo taken on June 9, 1970.
Vintage photo of Marshal Lon Nol walking with and in front of his men. Photo taken on June 9, 1970.
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Vintage photo of Marshal Lon Nol walking with and in front of his men. Photo taken on June 9, 1970. Marshal Lon Nol (November 13, 1913 – November 17, 1985) was a Cambodian politician and general who served as Prime Minister of Cambodia twice (1966–67; 1969–71), as well as serving repeatedly as Defense Minister. He led a military coup against Prince Norodom Sihanouk in 1970 and became the self-proclaimed President of the newly created Khmer Republic, ruling until 1975. He was the founder and leader of the short-lived Social Republican Party, and commander-in-chief of the Khmer National Armed Forces. Nol was born in Prey Veng Province on November 13, 1913, to a family of mixed Khmer-Chinese descent. His father Lon Hin, was the son of a Khmer Krom from Tay Ninh Province who later served as a district chief in Siem Reap and Kampong Thom, after making a name for himself 'pacifying' bandit groups in Prey Veng. His maternal grandfather was a Chinese immigrant from Fujian province who later became the governor of Prey Veng. Nol was educated in the relatively privileged surroundings of the Lycée Chasseloup-Laubat in Saigon, followed by the Cambodian Royal Military Academy.

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