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Jack Kerouac

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Fernand Séguin interviews Jack Kerouac about his travels, his childhood, and his writing and inspiration. This interview was originally broadcast in 1967 on the television program, Le Sel de la semaine.
DVD
2010; 1967
Clemons (Stacks)
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Cuba, Une Odyssée Africaine

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Documentary on how the Cold War played itself out in Africa, showing how Cuba became a key player in the proxy battles between the United States and Russia, and in various African independence movements.
DVD
2008; 2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Interview With Pierre Brochand [electronic resource]

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French Diplomat Pierre Brochand served in Saigon and describes the last days of the American presence there. He discusses the failed opposition movement in South Vietnam, and recalls chaotic scenes during the fall of Saigon and the American evacuation.
Online
1983
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Interview With Francois Ponchaud, 1982 [electronic resource]

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François Ponchaud was a Catholic priest who worked in Cambodia from 1965 - 1975. He recalls the mob scene in Phnom Penh when Sihanouk was overthrown by Lon Nol, and the massacre of the demonstrators that led to widespread anti-Lon Nol sentiments. Mr. Ponchaud describes the day, five years later, when the Khmer Rouge took over Phnom Penh. Although he did not witness any executions then, he was horrified by the forced evacuation of Phnom Penh without regard to physical condition.
Online
1983