Forgotten Genocides

In eight case studies written by recognized experts this book offers a major contribution to the comparative analysis of genocidal phenomena. Besides tapping a rich vein of empirical data, this collective effort breaks new ground in analyzing how denial, oblivion, or manipulated memory tends to mask the hideous realities of mass killing.

Forgotten Genocides
Oblivion, Denial, and Memory

René Lemarchand, Editor

2011 | 200 pages | Cloth $49.95 | Paper $24.95
Political Science
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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
—René Lemarchand
1 Mass Murder in Eastern Congo, 1996-1997
—Filip Reyntjens and René Lemarchand
2 Burundi 1972: Genocide Denied, Revised, and Remembered
—Rene Lemarchand
3 "Every Herero Will Be Shot": Genocide, Concentration Camps, and Slave Labor in German South-West Africa
—Dominik J. Schaller
4 Extermination, Extinction, Genocide: British Colonialism and Tasmanian Aborigines
—Shayne Breen
5 Tibet: A Neo-Colonial Genocide
—Claude Levenson
6 The Anfal Campaign Against the Kurds: Chemical Weapons in the Service of Mass Murder
—Choman Hardi
7 The Assyrian Genocide: A Tale of Oblivion and Denial
—Hannibal Travis
8 The "Gypsy Problem": An Invisible Genocide
—Michael Stewart

Notes
List of Contributors
Index