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In the wake of the Portuguese and the Spanish came their rivals, the Dutch. Between the Spaniards and the Dutch, the seventeenth century was to see a bitter struggle for position in Phnom Penh. It was a cruel period, in which the Annamites were beginning to press hard against the eastern frontiers of Cambodia, while civil wars divided the Kingdom from within with a savagery comparable to that of the English Wars of the Roses. Kings and princes died in battle; a regent was assassinated on a hunting trip and his grandchildren (so one of the Dutchmen relates) flung into prison and fed on roasted strips of their own flesh.
The Ambassador, Mr Peter Murray CMG, had remained cool and professional. But his good work in Cambodia over the preceding three years had been undone in circumstances not of his making and he had taken it hard at the personal level. vp 25 September 2007 19:09:37 7 Color profile: Generic CMYK printer profile Composite Default screen Before the Killing Fields 8 would have been appropriate (which it probably was not) to keep a resident Ambassador on there; and three, he therefore should be withdrawn quietly and the Embassy be placed in the care of a Chargé d’Affaires for an unspecified period of time.
So, Sukarno had caused an undeclared guerrilla war to be launched against his newly-federated neighbours and against the British forces committed to their defence. All this promised interesting work and some excitement for a diplomat in Singapore. My own job brought me particularly close to what was going on in the Far East. The task of the Political Adviser – a fairly senior man of Ambassadorial rank – was to work closely with the British military machine East of Suez. As the title implied, he gave political advice to the UK Commander-in-Chief, on what the British army, navy or air force might be doing, or might be called upon to do, in the area.