The history and sociology of genocide : analyses and case studies / Frank Chalk & Kurt Jonassohn Chalk, Frank Robert, 1937-

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Chalk, Frank Robert, 1937-
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Genocide - History.; Génocide - Histoire.; Case studies
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In the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide, Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn provide a new definition of genocide--one considerably broader than that contained in the United Nations Convention on Genocide--and present over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples, from Rome’s final war with Carthage and the Mongol Conquests to the Holocaust, Bangladesh, and Cambodia. [from publisher's advertisement]
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Read associated articles: Genocide, Genocides in history, Milos
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