Great Events from History II.: 1937-1960
Frank Northen Magill
Salem Press, 1992 - Human rights - 2623 pages
Articles are arranged chronologically bydate of event, starting in 1900 with the Boxer Rebellion and ending in 1991 with market reforms in the restructured republics in the former Soviet Union. A broad range of human rights categories, twenty-seven in all, are addressed here.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
African Americans Arab Atlantic Charter became bibliography British Category of event Charter China Chinese church civil rights colonial commission Committee Communist Conference Congo Congress convention CORE countries crimes Cross-References Cuban Dalai Lama Declaration of Human desegregation discrimination economic elections established European federal forced labor freedom French genocide German Greensboro Sit-ins groups human rights Impact of Event independence Indian Inter-American Israel issue Japanese Jewish Jews Journey of Reconciliation Kurdish Kurds leaders League major Mau Mau ment military Minh movement Nanjing Native Americans Nazi Nobel Peace Prize organization Palestinian Party political president Principal personages prisoners problems protection racial refugees riots Roosevelt segregation sit-ins slavery social southern Soviet Union Stalin stateless persons status Summary of Event Tibet tion UNHCR UNICEF United Nations Adopts Universal Declaration University Press Viet Minh Vietnam vote women workers World York