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Holocausts in other lands

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Call NumberJ 304.66309 K14h
Dates[1994]; ©1994
Statement of ResponsibilityStuart A. Kallen.
Creators & ContributorsKallen, Stuart A. (author)
Wallner, Rosemary (editor)
SummaryDiscusses the history and causes of the mass murder of particular peoples, a crime that has come to be known as genocide, and describes the destruction of Native Americans, enslaved Africans, Armenians, Ukrainians, Gypsies, and the people of Tibet, East Timor, Cambodia, Bosnia, and Rwanda. Publisher
Contents
  • Is the Holocaust unique?
  • A new term for an old crime
  • How genocide happens
  • When genocide happens
  • Native American genocide
  • The African holocaust
  • The Armenians
  • The Ukraine: starvation for ideology
  • The Gypsies: Hitler's other victims
  • After World War II
  • Tibet: an ancient culture under siege
  • East Timor: the hidden genocide
  • Cambodia: millions forced from their cities
  • Bosnia: ethnic cleansing
  • Rwanda: the tribal killing fields
Physical Description 47 pages : illustrations ; 26 x 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherEdina, MN : Abdo & Daughters
DistributorMinneapolis : Rockbottom Books
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (page 45) and index
AudienceSchool Library Journal recommendation: Grades 4–6
RecognitionGifted by Odie Kaplan