Encyclopedia of Genocide, Volumes 1-2

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Israel W. Charny
ABC-CLIO, 2000 - 718 pages
Contains entries that provide information about people, places and events associated with genocide; grouped in major sections that explore the events of the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, and the denial of genocide.

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These two volumes are a must read for anyone interested in studying genocide. The entries are concise and informative. The authors use very straight forward language that makes for very easy reading. Genocide is already a hard pill to swallow, there is no need to make it even harder to read with ornate language and historical digressions. Reading these volumes have been a great introduction to my genocide and violence studies.  

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