Defining the Horrific: Readings on Genocide and Holocaust in the 20th Century
William L. Hewitt
Pearson Education, 2004 - History - 393 pages
This collection of readings examines how genocide and holocaust have defined the twentieth century. The overall discussion is global in perspective, examining incidents of the horrific in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Contains readings by scholars such as Anne Applebaum, Ward Churchill, Steven Katz, Robert Melson, Michael Parenti, Erna Paris, Samantha Power, R.J. Rummel, Edward Said, and Howard Zinn.
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INTRODUCTION Defining the Horrific
Native American Genocide
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Allied American Anfal Angola annihilation Arab areas Armenian genocide army atrocities attack Auschwitz bomb Bosnia Cambodia campaign century China Chinese cide civilians colonial committed Communist concentration camps conflict Congo crimes cultural death definition of genocide democide denial destroy destruction ethnic extermination famine forces gendercidal geno German Guatemalan Gypsies Herero Holocaust human rights Indians Indonesia intent Iraq Iraqi Islam Israel Israeli Itzkowitz Japanese Jewish Jews Khmer Rouge Kurdish Kurds leaders mass killing massacres menian ment military million murder museum Muslims Nazi North Hamgyong North Korea officials Omarska Ottoman Ottoman Empire Palestinian party Pequot percent perpetrators Pol Pot political population prisoners QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER racial rape refugees regime response Romanies Royan Rwanda Serbs Shepstone soldiers South Soviet Sudan Suharto survivors targeted territory thousands tion troops Turkish Ukraine Ukrainian United village violence women Young Turks Yugoslavia Zulu