The Massacre in History
In recent years there has been a growing interest in the study of war and genocide, not from a traditional military history perspective, but within the framework of social and cultural history. This series offers a forum for scholarly works that reflect these new approaches. Chronologically and geographically broad in scope, The Massacre in History provides in depth analysis of particular massacres and themes associated with them from the 11th century to the present.
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The Massacre of the Innocents
The Massacre of Jewish Christians in Cordoba
Secret Histories and Personal
Massacre and Codes of Conduct in the English Civil War
An Indiscriminate Blackness? Massacre Counter
A Forgotten Genocide?
The Canudos Massacre A Hundred Years On
The Nanking Massacre
Image and Reality
The Jasenovac Myth and
Notes on Contributors
African American animals Argyll atrocities attack authorities backlands blood Brazilian British campaign Canudos Catholic century chetniks China Chinese Christian church Circassians civil civilians ClanDonald clans colonial commander Communist conflict Conselheiro conversos Cordoba Croat Croatian cultural death Drechsler Drogheda elite England English English Civil War ethnic extermination fighting forces French garrison genocide German Glencoe Herero Highlands historian History Holocaust hundred Ibid Indonesian Innocents Ireland Irish Jacobite Jasenovac Jews John Lamont land laws of war London MacDonalds mass killing massacre Massacre of Glencoe Matsui military modern murder Muslim Nanking Nazi officers Paris parliamentary perpetrated political population predators Protestant rape rebellion regime religion religious reported resistance riot royalist rural Russian Schutztruppe Scottish Scottish Gaeldom Serbs settlers sieges slaughter social society soldiers St Bartholomew Sukarno thousand tion town troops Trotha Tudjman Ubykh ustashi victims violence warfare Western wolf wolves women York Yugoslav Yugoslavia