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Starring newcomer Sareum Srey Moch, First They Killed My Father follows the five-year-old Ung's perspective as her family is torn apart, her siblings sent to labor camps, and she is forced to become a child soldier.
Goli Otok soon became a political prison and labor camp for those in Yugoslavia who still supported Soviet leader Joseph Stalin or otherwise opposed Tito's rule.
Down south near San Diego, gray-faced children toil in a slave-labor camp that Dickens could not have imagined in his most perfervid dreams.
The couple responsible for both the dish and the restaurant, or rather restaurants, had a circuitous journey, from Cambodia to, in Wendy Lam’s case, a wartime labor camp to Orange County.
When the South was a vast archipelago of human bondage and labor camps, racist ideology took the form of a widespread belief in black inferiority and underlay the forceful defenses of slavery.
And my grandmother, her mother, died in a labor camp.
The regime often exercises a merciless policy of collective punishment against remaining relatives, sending them to labor camps, or worse.
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Definition of labor camp for English Language Learners
: a place where prisoners are kept and forced to do hard physical labor
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