Cambodian Postcards in 20th Century

I found this video via a tweet from Tropical Asia Travel,

These are the collection of old postcards photos from Cambodia in the 20th century. I think it is good to share it here.

They are old but they show the glory days of Cambodia and its great culture. I don’t know why but I am happy to archives great thing about Cambodia.

Like last time I found Jungle Bound, Video of Angkor Wat, Cambodia in 1930s, if you not yet seen it, check out here.

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  1. says

    Be aware: Most of them are old postcards but dated in the early years of the 20th century. The French arrived in Cambodia in 1863, when the Cambodian King Norodom signed a Protectorate agreement with France in August 1863.

    Postcards with pictures were invented around 1870 in Europe and arrived not before the beginning of the 20th century Southeastasia and Indochina.

    • says

      Hi Alfred,

      I took the years 1800-1900 from the description of the video. But I think you are right, those are more likely to be dated in the early 20th century.

      Thank for your kind comment!

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