War Crimes, Genocide, and Justice: A Global History
In this sweeping, definitive work, historian David Crowe offers an unflinching account of the long and troubled history of genocide and war crimes. From ancient atrocities to more recent horrors, he traces their disturbing consistency but also the heroic efforts made to break seemingly intractable patterns of violence and retribution.
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Chapter 2 War and Crimes in China and Postmedieval Europe
The Americas Asia and Africa
Chapter 4 Birth of the Modern Laws of WarLieber to Versailles
Chapter 5 Peace Law and the Crimes of World War II
Chapter 6 The Nuremberg IMT Trial
Chapter 7 The Tokyo IMT Trial
Chapter 8 PostWorld War II National Trials in Europe and Asia
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