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Book The Fall of Phnom Penh on ISSUU.com

I realize that it maybe a good idea to have one’s book available for free viewing on the internet. I think this website (ISSUU.COM) can fill the void for my work. This is a first test, we’ll see how it goes! To start with I upload a revised layout of my book on the fall of Phnom Penh in 1975, it can be read online but you cannot download it, that will be for a next step (ebook or ibook…). In the meanwhile for people wanting to get the book (paper copy) from Amazon, it give them a complete view before buying (although the book on Amazon is the original design). The ISSUU website in a classic page-turn design and in fact very fast, it give a true feel on a book on the screen. A version in French will be there soon as well. Here is the link The Fall of Phnom Penh, 17 April 1975 online viewing

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Posted by rnbk on December 17, 2011
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