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Children at Cambodia-Thai Border Refugee Camps During 1980s

This is a photo gallery of children at refugee camps taken by Jack Dunford during the 1980s. Between 1970s and 1990s, civil war in Cambodia had forced more than 200,000 Cambodians to cross the Thai border in order to seek asylum in the West. Today, there are tens of thousands of Cambodians living in the United States and Europe.
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Children at Khao I Dang, May 1981. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Khao I Dang, May 1981. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Site I, December 1985. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Site I, December 1985. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Nong Chan, July 1982. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Nong Chan, July 1982. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Site II, June 1985. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Site II, June 1985. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Site 7, June 1985. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Site 7, June 1985. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Site 8, June 1988. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Site 8, June 1988. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Nong Sen, July 1988. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Nong Sen, July 1988. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Nong Samet, January 1982. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Nong Samet, January 1982. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Nong Samet, January 1982. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Nong Samet, January 1982. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Nong Samet, January 1982. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Nong Samet, January 1982. (Jack Dunford)

Children at Site B, February 1987. (Jack Dunford)
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Children at Site B, February 1987. (Jack Dunford)

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