Centuries of Genocide Essays and Eyewitness Accounts 4th Edition (PDF Download)

$5.00

Placeholder

$5.00

Quick Checkout
Add to cart
Buy Now
Want a discount? Become a member by purchasing Unlimited Member Pass!

Guaranteed Safe Checkout

Free

Worldwide Shopping

100%

Guaranteed Satisfaction

30 Day

Guaranteed Money Back

What’s Inside the Book?

You’re looking at the fourth edition of “Centuries of Genocide: Essays and Eyewitness Accounts”. This book dives into the harrowing instances of genocide from the 19th to the 21st centuries. You’ll find each chapter penned by an expert, offering you a multidisciplinary perspective on this grave subject.

Structure & Content

This isn’t just a historical recap; it’s a thoughtful examination of what makes genocides occur. The layout is meticulously crafted with leading questions that guide you through each genocide case study: Who executed it? How was it carried out? Why did it happen? Who suffered? And that’s just scratching the surface. You’ll also explore historical impacts, global responses, scholarly interpretations, and more.

Eyewitness Narratives

Beyond cold facts, there are voices – poignant accounts from those who bore witness. These narratives bring a heart-wrenching reality to the statistics and strategies discussed, ensuring you never lose sight of the human element in these tragedies.

New Insights in This Edition

This latest installment includes fresh chapters on lesser-known genocides like those against Native Americans in the 19th century, Australia’s dark past, and current atrocities in the Nuba Mountains. Plus, updates on Herero and Rwandan genocides offer newer insights. As for Holocaust studies – they’ve been consolidated to provide a more concentrated analysis.

Why Should You Buy It?

If you’re someone passionate about human rights or if historical patterns that shape our world matter to you – this book is an essential read. Students, scholars, or anyone keen on understanding humanity’s darker chapters will find invaluable knowledge here.

Your Responsibility as a Reader

The aim here isn’t merely academic enlightenment; it’s to stir within you an awareness that indifference is not an option. We’re all part of this interconnected globe where acts of genocide reverberate far beyond their immediate vicinity.

Come away informed, with a deeper sense of responsibility towards preventing such parts of history from repeating themselves.

Note: Some previous edition chapters now reside online for your continued study (including cases on Indonesia and Burundi).

Prefer The Hardcopy?

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.