Century of Genocide: Critical Essays and Eyewitness Accounts

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Samuel Totten, William S. Parsons
Routledge, May 15, 2004 - History - 532 pages
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Through scholarly analyses and eye-witness testimony, Century of Genocide discusses the causes, results, and ramifications of the genocides perpetrated in the 20th century, including, for example, the following: the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire; the Jews, Romani and mentally and physically handicapped during the Holocaust; and such post-Holocaust genocides as those in East Timor, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Iraq, Cambodia and Rwanda.

The second edition has been fully updated and features new chapters on the ethnic cleansing and genocide in the former Yugoslavia and the mass killing of the Kurds in Iraq, as well as a chapter on the question of whether or not the situation in Kosovo constituted genocide. It concludes with an essay outlining methods of intervention and prevention of future genocides.

 

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Samuel Totten is an independent scholar. Since 2010 he has conducted research in the Nuba Mountains, Sudan. He is the editor of Transaction's Genocide series.

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