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Encyclopedia of genocide and crimes against humanity

Author: Dinah Shelton
Publisher: Detroit : Thomson Gale, 2005.
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The Encyclopedia spans the globe to explain the issues behind crimes against humanity and human rights issues as they relate to individual countries and the world at large. It traces the history of events that qualify as genocide and crimes against humanity, profiles perpetrators and heroes, and explains international laws and law proceedings aimed at ending genocide and crimes against humanity. It also delves into  Read more...
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Encyclopedia of genocide and crimes against humanity.
Detroit : Thomson Gale, 2005
(DLC) 2004006587
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dinah Shelton
ISBN: 0028659929 9780028659923
OCLC Number: 57420250
Notes: Title from opening screen, viewed Jan. 20, 2005.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Vol. 1. Advertising --
African Americans --
African Crisis Response Initiative --
Aggression --
Algeria --
Alien Tort Statute --
Almohads --
Altruism, Biological --
Altruism, Ethical --
Amazon Region --
Amnesty --
Ancient World --
Anthropology, Cultural --
Anti-Semitism --
Apartheid --
Arbour, Louise --
Archaeology --
Architecture --
Arendt, Hannah --
Argentina --
Argentina's Dirty Warriors --
Armenians in Ottoman Turkey and the Armenian Genocide --
Armenians in Russia and the USSR --
Art, Banned --
Art, Stolen --
Art as Propaganda --
Art as Representation --
Assassination --
Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal Pasha --
Athens and Melos --
Attempt --
Auschwitz --
Australia --
Aztecs --
Babi Yar --
Bagosora, Théoneste --
Bahā'īs --
Bangladesh/East Pakistan --
Barbie, Klaus --
Beothuk --
Biafra/Nigeria --
Biographies --
Bosnia and Herzegovina --
Burma/Myanmar --
Burundi --
Bystanders --
Cambodia --
Canada --
Carthage --
Cathars --
Catholic Church --
Chechens --
Cheyenne --
Children --
Chile --
China --
Chittagong Hill Tract, Peoples of the --
Chmielnicki, Bogdan --
Christians, Roman Persecution of --
Code of Crimes against the Peace and Security of Mankind --
Collaboration --
Comics --
Commission on Responsibilities --
Comparative Genocide --
Compensation --
Complicity --
Concentration Camps --
Conspiracy --
Control Council Law No. 10 --
Convention on Apartheid --
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide --
Conventions Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading Treatment --
Cossacks --
Crimes Against Humanity --
Croatia, Independent State of --
Crusades --
Dance --
Death March --
Death Squads --
Deception, Perpetrators --
Deception, Victims --
Defenses --
Del Ponte, Carla --
Demjanjuk Trial --
Denationalization --
Denial --
Der Stürmer --
Developmental Genocide --
Diaries --
Disabilities, People with --
Disappearances --
Documentation --
Drama, Holocaust --
Early Warning --
East Timor --
Economic Groups --
Education --
Eichmann Trial --
Einsatzgruppen --
El Salvador --
Enlightenment --
Ennals, Martin --
Enver, Ismail --
Eritrea --
Ethiopia --
Ethnic Cleansing --
Ethnic Groups --
Ethnicity --
Ethnocide --
Eugenics --
European Convention on the Non-Application of Statutory Limitations --
Euthanasia --
Evidence --
Evil, Banality of Radical --
Explanation --
Extermination Centers --
Extradition --
Famine --
Female Infanticide and Fetal Murder --
Fiction --
Film as Propaganda --
Films, Armenian Documentary --
Films, Armenian Feature --
Films, Dramatizations in --
Films, Eugenics --
Films, Holocaust Documentary --
Forcible Transfer --
Forensics --
France in Tropical Africa --
Gas --
Geneva Conventions on the Protection of Victims of War --
Khan, Genghis --
Genocide --
Germany --
Gestapo --
Ghetto --
Goebbels, Joseph --
Goldstone, Richard --
Göring, Hermann --
Guatemala --
Gulag --
Hague Conventions of 1907 --
Harkis --
Hate Speech --
Herero --
Heydrich, Reinhard --
Himmler, Heinrich --
Hiroshima --
Historical Injustices --
Historiography, Sources in --
Historiography as a Written Form --
Hitler, Adolf --
Holocaust --
Homosexuals --
Huguenots --
Humanitarian Intervention --
Humanitarian Law --
Human Rights. Vol. 2. Identification --
Immunity --
Impunity --
Incas --
Incitement --
India, Ancient and Medieval --
India, Modern --
Indigeneous Peoples --
Indonesia --
Inquisition --
Intent --
International Committee of the Red Cross --
International Court of Justice --
International Criminal Court --
International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda --
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia --
International Law --
International Law Commission --
Investigation --
Iran --
Iraq --
Irving, David, Libel Trial of --
Izetbegović, Alija --
Jackson, Robert --
Japan --
Jehovah's Witnesses --
Kalimantan --
Kalmyks --
Karadzic, Radovan --
Katyn --
Khmer Rouge --
Khmer Rouge Prisons and Mass Graves --
Khmer Rouge Victim Numbers, Estimating --
King Leopold II and the Congo --
Kosovo --
Kristallnacht --
Kulaks --
Kuper, Leo --
Kurds --
Labor Camps, Nazi --
Language --
Lemkin, Raphael --
Lenin, Vladimir --
Lepsius, Johannes --
Liberia --
Linguistic Genocide --
London Charter --
Mandela, Nelson --
Mao Zedong --
Massacres --
Mass Graves --
Medical Experimentation --
Memoirs of Perpetrators --
Memoirs of Survivors --
Memorials and Monuments --
Memory --
Mengele, Josef --
Mercenaries --
Milosevic, Slobodan --
Minorities --
Mladic, Ratko --
Mongol Conquests --
Morgenthau, Henry --
Moriscos --
Music, Holocaust Hidden and Protest --
Music and Musicians Persecuted during the Holocaust --
Music at Theresienstadt --
Music Based on the Armenian Genocide --
Music of Reconciliation --
Music of the Holocaust --
Namibia (German South West Africa and South West Africa) --
Nationalism --
National Laws --
National Prosecutions --
Native Americans --
Nongovernmental Organizations --
Nuclear Weapons --
Nuremberg Laws --
Nuremberg Trials --
Nuremberg Trials, Subsequent --
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe --
Peacekeeping --
Pequots --
Perpetrators --
Persecution --
Peru --
Philosophy --
Photography of Victims --
Physicians --
Pinochet, Augusto --
Pius XII, Pope --
Poetry --
Pogroms, Pre-Soviet Russia --
Political Groups --
Political Theory --
Pol Pot --
Prevention --
Propaganda --
Prosecution --
Proxmire, William --
Psychology of Perpetrators --
Psychology of Survivors --
Psychology of Victims --
Punishment --
Racial Groups --
Racism --
Radio --
Radio Télévision Libre Mille-Collines --
Rape --
Reconciliation --
Refugee Camps --
Refugees --
Rehabilitation --
Religion --
Religious Groups --
Reparations --
Reproduction --
Rescuers, Holocaust --
Residential Schools --
Resistance --
Responsibility, State --
Restitution --
Ríos Montt, Efraín --
Romania --
Romanis --
Roosevelt, Eleanor --
Rosewood --
Rwanda --
Sabra and Shatila --
Saddam Hussein --
Safe Zones --
Sand Creek Massacre --
Satire and Humor --
Shaka Zulu --
Sierra Leone --
Sierra Leone Special Court --
Slavery, Historical --
Slavery, Legal Aspects of --
Social Darwinism --
Sociology of Perpetrators --
Sociology of Victims --
Somalia, Intervention in --
South Africa --
Soviet Prisoners of War, 1941 to 1945 --
Sparta --
Srebrenica --
Sri Lanka --
SS --
Stalin, Joseph --
Statistical Analysis --
Statutory Limitations --
Streicher, Julius --
Sudan --
Superior (or Command) Responsibility. Vol. 3. Taino (Arawak) Indians --
Talaat --
Television --
Terrorism, Psychology behind --
Tibet --
Tokyo Trial --
Torture --
Trail of Tears --
Transitional Justice --
Truth Commissions --
Tudjman, Franjo --
Uganda --
Ukraine (Famine) --
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics --
United Nations --
United Nations Commission on Human Rights --
United Nations General Assembly --
United Nations Security Council --
United Nations Sub-Commission on Human Rights --
United Nations War Crimes Commission --
United States Foreign Policies Toward Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity --
Universal Jurisdiction --
Utilitarian Genocide --
Utopian Ideologies as Motives for Genocide --
Victims --
Videotaped Testimonials --
Wallenberg, Raoul --
Wannsee Conference --
War --
War Crimes --
Weapons of Mass Destruction --
West Papua, Indonesia (Irian Jaya) --
Whitaker, Benjamin --
Wiesel, Elie --
Wiesenthal, Simon --
Women, Violence against --
World War I Peace Treaties --
Wounded Knee --
Yugoslavia --
Yuki of Northern California --
Zulu Empire --
Zunghars --
Glossary --
Filmography --
Primary Sources --
Historical Texts --
Charter of the International Military Tribunal --
Circular Letter from the Orgburo TsK RK(b) Concerning Relations with the Cossacks --
Control Council Law No. 10 --
General Lothar Von Trotha Extermination Order against the Herero --
January 11, 1994, Cable of General Dallaire to UN Headquarters --
Nazi-Era Identity Cards --
Order by the Commander of the Military Division of the Mississippi, January 15, 1865 --
Principles of International Law Recognized in the Charter of the Nuremberg Tribunal --
Resolution of the Council of People's Commissars of the Ukrainaian Soviet Socialist Republic and the Central Committee of the Communist Party (Bolshevik) of Ukraine on Blacklisting Villages That Mailiciously Sabotage the Collection of Grain --
UN General Assembly Resolution on Genocide --
Whitaker Report on Genocide, 1985 --
International Texts --
Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment --
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide; December 9, 1948 --
Geneva Convention IV: Civilian Persons in Time of War (August 12, 1949) --
Genocide Convention Implementation Act of 1987 --
International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid (July 18, 1976) --
Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court --
Security Council Resolution 808 --
Security Council Resolution 827 --
Security Council Resolution 955 --
Supplementary Convention on the Abolition of Slavery, the Slave Trade, and Institutions and Practices Similar to Slavery; September 7, 1956 --
Universal Declaration of Human Rights --
Judicial Decisions --
Amistad --
Celebici --
Eichmann --
Filartiga --
Krstic. Preface --
Introduction --
List of articles --
List of contributors --
Outline of contents --
Encyclopedia of genocide and crimes against humanity --
Volume one A-H --
Volume two I-S --
Volume three T-Z --
Glossary --
Filmography --
Primary sources --
Index.
Responsibility: Dinah Shelton, ed.
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The Encyclopedia spans the globe to explain the issues behind crimes against humanity and human rights issues as they relate to individual countries and the world at large. It traces the history of events that qualify as genocide and crimes against humanity, profiles perpetrators and heroes, and explains international laws and law proceedings aimed at ending genocide and crimes against humanity. It also delves into depictions and manifestations of the phenomenon, such as propaganda, sociological and philosophical explanations, literature and film.

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