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|English: Royal Kingdom|
National anthem of Cambodia
|Lyrics||Chuon Nat, 1949|
|Music||F. Perruchot / J. Jekyll, 1939|
"Nokor Reach" (instrumental, two verses)
The Cambodian national anthem was originally adopted in 1941 and reconfirmed in 1947, around the time of independence from France. In 1970, the monarchy was abolished, thereby replacing the state's national anthem as well. After the communists' victory in 1975, former royalist symbols, including "Nokor Reach", were reinstated for a short while. The Khmer Rouge then replaced it with "Dap Prampi Mesa Chokchey" ("Glorious Seventeenth of April"). After the royalist party FUNCINPEC defeated the former communists (Cambodian People's Party) in the 1993 elections, the royalist state anthem was restored.
- "Anthem of the Khmer Republic" (Khmer Republic's national anthem [1970–1975])
- "Dap Prampi Mesa Chokchey" (Democratic Kampuchea's national anthem [1976–1979])
- National Anthem of Cambodia (1979–1989) (People's Republic of Kampuchea and revised as the State of Cambodia's national anthem [1979–1989]–[1989–1993])[a]
- National symbols of Cambodia
- Angkor Wat
- Palm Tree
- De facto with Nokor Reach since 1990.
- "The People's Republic of Kampuchea 1979 - 1989: A Draconian Savior?" (PDF). Ohio University. Retrieved 6 July 2014.
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- Cambodia: "Nokor Reach" - Audio of the national anthem of Cambodia, with information and lyrics
- Nokor Reach Instrumental VDO clip on YouTube
- Nokor Reach with lyrics VDO clip on YouTube
- Cambodian National Anthem - The page "Cambodian View" includes a page about the anthem, which includes a vocal version of the anthem.
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