Killing Fields, Cambodia.

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Killing Fields, Cambodia. carlieAustralia49
hell. kateUS26
I would say that they probably keep the door to this room open to show the other prisoners what would become of them if they were not obedient. NIckiUSA24
they would stack their heads and jeer at them.... sickly cataustralia20
Konzentrationslager Auschwitz, Poland JoannaPoland20
vivid illustration of human nature wallvancouver, canada17
The sad truth about human nature completly proving that the human race is insecure and must resort to genocide in order to cope with their inferiority complex. TythanColorado14
Not human nature. I am not genocidal. Neither are you. Perhaps in part, a product of human nature. But not human nature in summary, nor even essential to human nature. A product of power structures, control, society, individual experience and decisions, and perhaps even, in part, human nature. Tsik-RanaYek-Rana13
I would say they stacked the skulls to show the others of what could be done to them if they didn't do what they were told. Amanda SheafferNew Oxford13
Exhumed skulls from killing field, Angkor Michael FreemanLondon, England8
...I guess this could also be an example of how humans can view different races. An individual is just another skull in this pile. SarahOntario, Canada6
If this is not in human nature, define human. According to the Germans Jews were not human, according to the Hutu in Rwanda the Tusti were not human, according to the American colinizers the Native Americans were not human. So what does it mean to be human, and more importantly what is human? let alone human nature Jen SchlatterCulver, In4
It makes me angry that we can never know who all those people were. ElleAus1
I would say that they probably keep the door to this room open to show the other prisoners what would become of them if they were not obedient. MossimoChina1
There are various memorials in Cambodia, in the genocide museum and elsewhere where the skulls of the thousands of victims have been stacked and can be seen as a sad reminder of what took place. MyaTrinidad & Tobago1

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