Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century Europe

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Steven Béla Várdy, T. Hunt Tooley, Ágnes Huszár Várdy
Social Science Monographs, 2003 - Armenian massacres, 1915-1923 - 860 pages
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This volume is the result of the conference on Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth Century Europe held at Duquesne University in November 2000. The conference brought together sixty scholars, primarily historians but also specialists in other fields, as well as survivors of ethnic cleansing from seven different countries who presented forty-eight papers.

The volume encompasses a rich array of case studies, behaviors, origins and patterns, addressing such topics as "redrawing the ethnic map" in North America from 1536 to 1946, the twentieth century's first genocide (Armenia 1915-16), ethnic cleansing in World War II and its aftermath, or recent developments in Kosovo.

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Contents

Ethnic Cleansing
31
World War I and the Emergence of Ethnic Cleansing in Europe
63
Neither Serbs nor Turks Neither Water nor Wine
113
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About the author (2003)

Steven Bela Vardy is professor of history at Duquesne University.

T. Hunt Tooley is an associate professor and chair of the History Department at Austin College. This is his first book.

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