15 October 2012
Edited by Wichert ten Have and Barbara Boender
Since Raphael Lemkin coined the term genocide after the destruction of the European Jews during WWII, the United Nations signed the Genocide Convention in 1948. Though this convention served the prevention of genocide in the future, large scale mass murder returned on all continents, the genocide in Cambodia, Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Armenia as some of the most notorious cases.
176 pages · 31 b/w and 33 colour illustrations . . .
Armenian Genocide 1915 by Umit Ungor