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Dave Kattenburg was born on Long Island in 1953. He holds bachelor’s and Ph.D. degrees in biology and health sciences, teaches university science courses, and produces radio stories on the global environment, development, and social justice issues. Documentaries arising from his travels have appeared on CBC Radio, Radio Netherlands, Free Speech Radio, and on his own site www.greenplanetmonitor.net.
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Truth, Memory and Death of Western Yachtsmen in Democratic Kampuchea.
I had a hard time putting it down once I began.
Excellent book! Discovered it via brother Rob Hamill's book on his trans Atlantic rowing adventure. We are current Residents of NZ and have been in and out of sailing in the South Pacific since 1974.
The interaction of the history of Cambodia with the Foxy Lady voyage was a brilliant mode of presentation. Must admit, the interweaving of Cambodian politics, hierarchy and names was a challenge to follow but how else could it be accomplished.
The book actually portrays the faith of 4 yachts and crew captured in the Gulf of Thailand off Cambodia in the late 70s
Thank you for this and I hope some of my sailing contemporaries will take heed in transiting dangerous waters.
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