Dictionary of Genocide, 1st Edition

  • Samuel Totten
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  • ISBN-10: 0313346410
  • ISBN-13: 9780313346415
  • DDC: 304.6
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1000 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released September 2010
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

Over 600 terms identify and explain the history and suffering of ethnic and religious groups experiencing genocide throughout the world. The people, places, governments, agencies, documents, legal terms, and all other aspects of genocide are defined for new students and scholars alike.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: Abdul Hamid II (1842–1918).
2: ABiH (Bosnian, ARBiH; Armija Republike Bosne i Hercegovine or The Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina)..
3: Absolutism.
4: Accelerator.
5: Aché.
6: Actors.
7: Adana.
8: Administrative Measures.
9: Advisory Committee on Genocide Prevention.
10: Aegis Trust for the Prevention of Genocide.
11: Afghanistan, Genocide in.
12: African Union (AU).
13: African Union, Constitutive Act.
14: “Agenda for Peace.”.
15: Akashi, Yasushi (b. 1931).
16: Akayesu, Jean-Paul (b. 1953).
17: Akazu (Kinyarwanda, “Little House”)..
18: Aktion(en) (German, operation[s]).
19: Aktion Reinhard (German, Operation Reinhard)..
20: al-Bashir, Omar Hassan Ahmed (b. 1944).
21: Albigensian Crusade.
22: Allied Force.
23: al-Majid, Ali Hassan (b. 1941).
24: AMAR Appeal.
25: Amaury, Arnold (d. 1225).
26: Ambassador Morgenthau's Story.
27: Amin, Idi (c. 1925–2003).
28: Amnesty.
29: Amnesty International (AI).
30: Anfal (also referred to as al Anfal and the Anfal Campaign).
31: Angkar Loeu.
32: Angkar's Eight-Point Agenda.
33: Annan, Kofi (b. 1938).
34: Anschluss.
35: Antecedents to the Holocaust.
36: Anti-Jewish Legislation Implemented by the Nazis.
37: Antiquity, Genocide During.
38: Antisemitism (German, Antisemitismus).
39: Arabism.
40: Ararat.
41: Arbour, Louise (b. 1947).
42: Area Bombing.
43: Argentina and “Disappearances.”.
44: Arierparagraph.
45: Arkan (Nickname of Zeljko Raznatovic; [1952–2000]).
46: Arkan's Tigers.
47: Armageddon.
48: Armenia: The Betrayed.
49: Armenian Atrocities Committee.
50: Armenian Genocide.
51: Armenian Genocide, British Response to.
52: Armenian Genocide, Denial of.
53: Armenian Genocide Institute-Museum.
54: Armenian Genocide, Role of Turkish Physicians in.
55: Armenian Genocide, United States’ Response to.
56: Armenian Massacres.
57: Armenian Question, The.
58: Arms Embargo.
59: Arusha Accords.
60: Aryan.
61: Aryan Myth.
62: ASEAN.
63: Asocials, Nazis’ Designation as.
64: Assyrian Genocide.
65: Asylum.
66: Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal (1881–1938).
67: Atrocities Documentation Project (ADP).
68: Auschwitz-Birkenau.
69: Australia, Genocide in.
70: Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (AIHGS).
71: Authoritarianism.
72: Autocracy.
73: Autogenocide.
74: AVEGA-AGAHOZO.
75: Awami League.
76: Awlad Al-Beled.
77: Axis Rule in Occupied Europe.
78: Babi Yar.
79: Back to Ararat.
80: Bagosora, Théoneste (b. 1941).
81: Baha'is in Iran.
82: Bahutu Manifesto (March 1957).
83: “Banality of Evil.”.
84: Bangladesh Genocide.
85: Bangladesh Genocide, U.S. Response to.
86: Barayagwiza, Jean-Bosco (b. 1950).
87: Barmen Declaration of the Confessional Church.
88: Bassiouni, M. Cherif (b. 1937).
89: Belzec.
90: Benenson, Peter (1921–2005).
91: Beothuk People, Genocide of.
92: Bermuda Conference.
93: Bettelheim, Bruno (1903–1990).
94: Beyond Borders.
95: Biafra, Genocide in.
96: Bibliographies of Genocide.
97: Bikindi, Simon (b. 1954).
98: Bilateral Aid.
99: Birkenau.
100: Bisengimana, Paul (b. 1945).
101: Bitburg Cemetery.
102: Bizimungu, Augustin (b. 1952).
103: Black Africans, of Darfur.
104: Black and Tans.
105: Black Deeds of the Kremlin, The.
106: Black Legend.
107: Blackbirding.
108: Blaskic, Tihomir (b. 1960).
109: Blood Libel.
110: “Blue Helmets” or “Blue Berets.”.
111: Blue Scarf.
112: Body Bag Effect or Syndrome.
113: Bonhoeffer, Dietrich (1906–1945).
114: Booh-Booh, Jacques-Roger (b. 1938).
115: Bophana, a Cambodian Tragedy.
116: Bosnia-Herzegovina.
117: Bosnian Safe Areas.
118: Boutros-Ghali, Boutros (b. 1922).
119: Brahimi Report.
120: Brand, Joel (1906–1964).
121: Brazil, Genocide of Indigenous Peoples.
122: Bringing Them Home.
123: Broad-Based Transitional Government (BBTG).
124: Bryce, Viscount James (1838–1922).
125: Buchenwald.
126: Buddhists, Destruction of by Khmer Rouge.
127: Bund Deutscher Mädel (BdM; League of German Girls)..
128: Bund Report(s).
129: “Burning Times, The.”.
130: Burundi, Genocide in.
131: Bushnell, Prudence (b. 1946).
132: Butz, Arthur (b. 1945).
133: Bystanders.
134: Calling the Ghosts: A Story about Rape, War and Women.
135: Cambodian Documentation Commission (CDC).
136: Cambodian Genocide.
137: Cambodian Genocide Justice Act.
138: Cambodian Genocide, the United States’ Response to.
139: Canada, Genocide in.
140: Carlsson Report.
141: Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Violence.
142: Carthage, Genocide in.
143: Carthago delenda est! (Latin, Carthage is destroyed!)..
144: Catholic Church, and the Holocaust.
145: Center for International Development and Conflict Management (CIDCM).
146: Century of Genocide.
147: Century of Genocide: Critical Essays and Eyewitness Accounts.
148: Cham People, Genocide of.
149: Chamberlain, Neville (1869–1940).
150: Chap Teuv..
151: Chapter Six and a Half.
152: Chapter VI of the UN Charter.
153: Chapter VII of the UN Charter.
154: Charny, Israel W (b. 1931).
155: Chelmno.
156: “Chemical Ali.”.
157: Chetniks.
158: Chile.
159: China, Genocide in.
160: Chittagong Hill Tracts, Genocide in.
161: Chmielnicki, Bogdan (c. 1595–1657).
162: Chmielnicki Pogroms.
163: Choeung Ek.
164: Christian X, King of Denmark (1870–1947).
165: Churban.
166: CIA and Genocide.
167: Civil War.
168: Class.
169: Classification of Genocides in Multiple Categories.
170: “Clearing the Bush.”.
171: Clinton's Apology, Rwandan Genocide.
172: “CNN Effect” (also commonly referred to as “CNN Factor”).
173: Coalition for an International Criminal Court (CICC).
174: Coalition for International Justice (CIJ).
175: Coalition Pour la Défense de la République (CDR) (French, Coalition for the Defense of the Republic).
176: Coercive Diplomacy (also referred to as Coercive Inducement).
177: Cold War.
178: Collaborators.
179: Collective Intervention.
180: Collective Responsibility, Imposition of by Nazis.
181: Collectivization.
182: Colonial Genocide.
183: Colonialism.
184: Command Responsibility.
185: Commission for Historical Clarification.
186: Committee of Jurists.
187: Committee of Union and Progress (CUP).
188: Committee on Conscience (COC).
189: Communism.
190: Compassion Fatigue.
191: Complementarity Principle.
192: Complex Humanitarian Emergency (CHE).