SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 19, 2013) - Navy Ung-Lancaster today announced the release of her new book titled: A Nation to Ruin - Cambodian Republic - Silent No More. It's based on a true story encompassing her real life experiences from 1969 to 1982, during the formation of the first and only Cambodian Republic -- the Communist insurrection, including the downfall and horrific slaughter that followed.
At times unavoidably humorous, yet tearfully inspiring, her literary endeavor seems to materialize clean-cut and genuine throughout the chronicle, due to her father's (once a Minister to the King and a rich prominent oil and gasoline transporter for Royal Dutch Shell and Texaco) direct association with the leaders that formed the Cambodian Republic. Consequently, the story greatly differs from other previous books and movies related to the period, producing an assemblage of undisclosed facts.
The entire narrative appears to be a total account -- once and for all exposing the promises -- deceptions and actions taken by an array of important political leaders, including all the military factors affecting the period, such as: King Norodom Sihanouk, his cousin, Prince Sisowath Sirik Matak, Prime Minister Lon Nol, Chairman Mao, President Nixon, National Security Advisor Kissinger, the CIA -- the U.S. Military's long failed attempts in Vietnam -- the NVA -- the virtuous Red Cross -- the ineptitude of the U.N. -- the reckless B52 bombings that led to the rise of the red Chinese backed deviationist, Pol Pot and his dreaded Khmer Rouge.
In her final analysis, now as an American citizen, Ms. Lancaster draws alarming parallels between the past and the present world situation. Both her revelations and warnings prove as gripping as they do frightening...
Her synopsis can be viewed at http://www.navyunglancaster.com and it's available at either https://www.createspace.com/3992714 or Amazon.com, retail in paperback (436 pages) for $17.95 and coming soon on Kindle for $9.99.