Defining the Horrific Readings on Genocide and Holocaust in the 20th Century

ISBN-10: 013110084X

ISBN-13: 9780131100848

Edition: 2004

Authors: William L. Hewitt

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Addressing many events, this anthology is a brief, chronological introduction to the geographic, ideological, cultural breadth and frequency of genocide in the 20th century. A variety of material fills in this timeline of horrific events and many provocative questions are asked.
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List price: $94.20
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 10/7/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 393
Size: 9.25" wide x 6.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.276

Preface: Horrific Crimes
Introduction: Defining the Horrific
Contested Meanings and Conflicting Imperatives: A Conceptual Analysis of Genocide
When and Why to Use the Term Democide for "Genocide"
Defining Genocide: Defining History?
Close to Home: Native American Genocide
The Pequot War Reconsidered
"Nits Make Lice" The Extermination of North American Indians, 1607-1996
What Is Yours Is Mine: Colonialism
The Dust Rose Like Smoke: The Subjugation of the Zulu and the Sioux
King Leopold's "Heart of Darkness"
The Tribe Germany Wants to Forget
A History of Horror: A Review of Le Siecle des Camps
The Almost Forgotten Genocide: Armenia
The Armenian Genocide: Context and Legacy
The Armenian Genocide and Patterns of Denial
The Armenian Genocide
Death by Hunger: Ukraine
The Great Famine-Genocide in Soviet Ukraine (Holodomor): The Ninth Circle by Olexa Woropay: Editor's Introduction
A Tale of Truth and Two Journalists: Malcolm Muggeridge and Walter Duranty
The Last Stand of The Ukrainian Famine-Genocide Deniers
The Holocaust
The Holocaust: An Historical Overview
There Are No Wise Men in Chelm: A Journey of Conscience to Poland, Spring 2002
O Baro Porrajmos - The Romani Holocaust
Long Shadows: Truth, Lies and History
Myths and History: Manchuria
The "Rape of Nanking"
Japanese Scientists Conducted Biological Research Experiments on Human Subjects in the Isolated Region of Manchuria
There Are Bombs, and There Are Bombs: Hiroshima
Hiroshima and Royan
Missing the Target
Death by Hunger Reprise: China
The Greatest Famine in History (1959-1961)
Rwanda, Sudan, Angola Case Studies: Post-Colonial Africa
Rwanda - The Genocide
Sudan - Civil War and Genocide
Angola Preliminary Report, Determination: Not Genocidal in Nature
With Friends Like These ... Case Studies: Argentina and Guatemala
Argentina: The Military Juntas and Human Rights, Report of the Trial of the Former Junta Members 1985
Reagan & Guatemala's Death Files
Guatemalan Army Waged "Genocide," New Report Finds
Cambodian "Autogenocide"
Pol Pot
Case Studies: Indonesia, East Timor, and Bangladesh
Genocide in Indonesia, 1965-1966
Case Study: Genocide in Bangladesh, 1971
Good and Bad Genocide: Double Standards in Coverage of Suharto and Pol Pot
Ethnic Cleansing: Bosnia
Middle Managers of Genocide
Bosnia: First Genocide Verdict May Bolster Other Cases
The Rational Destruction of Yugoslavia
A Tough Neighborhood: The Middle East
Case Study: The Anfal Campaign (Iraqi Kurdistan), 1988
Anfal: The Kurdish Genocide in Iraq, Iraq and the Kurds: A Bibliographic Essay
Sanctions Against Iraq Are Genocide
Israelis and Palestinians
Palestinians Under Siege
No Tolerance for Genocide
Bastard Child of the Cold War: North Korea
The Politics of Famine in North Korea
Control of the Population
The Koreas: Is North Korea Stalinist?
Epilogue: Commission by Omission
Never Again: The World's Most Unfulfilled Promise
Murder Most Foul: For Genocide to Retain Its Unique Legal Standing, We Must Use the Label with Care
Universal Social Theory and the Denial of Genocide: Norman Itzkowitz Revisited
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