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Ambassador Morgenthau’s Story: A Personal Account of the Armenian Genocide (Hardcover) By Henry Morgenthau
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The evocative, first-hand accounts of American ambassador Henry Morgenthau regarding the Armenian genocide are one of the most thorough, authoritative sources on the atrocities. This book contains... More > the full accounts of Henry Morgenthau throughout his posting in Constantinople, Turkey. At the time the Ottoman Empire was on the brink of collapse; amid the chaos and upheaval began the Armenian genocide, a ruthless campaign of targeted killing which occurred over eight years, from 1915 to 1923. As ambassador, Henry Morgenthau received regular, excruciating reports of mass murder and forced deportation. Despite the efforts of Henry Morgenthau to convince his superiors in Washington to intervene on humanitarian grounds, his pleas fell on deaf ears. The evidence he personally reviewed and verified are related in this book, as are many high-level meetings Morgenthau personally held with Ottoman leaders in an attempt to stem the holocaust of the Armenian people.< Less
Positive Autonomy as a Mechanism in Rwanda’s Post-Genocide Development By Stephen Powell
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This work begins with an examination of the pre-1994 history of Rwanda in order to examine the factors that led to the Rwandan Genocide. Following the historical perspective, this book moves to... More > post-1994 Rwanda to examine the factors that have led to the nations continuing development with a special focus on the concept of positive autonomy. Positive autonomy, as defined in this work, has three defining characteristics; first, the ability of a country to pursue its own internally driven policy choices, especially in the face of international opposition but not necessarily in the face of opposition; second, the “ownership” of a community over policy developments that affect them, i.e. their involvement in the administration of the policy; third, the ability of a country to reject policy propositions from the outside. Positive autonomy is meant to convey the highest levels of political autonomy historically enjoyed only by the most wealthy and powerful states.< Less
Moscow's Final Solution: The Genocide of the German-Russian Volga Colonies By Darrel Philip Kaiser
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The Final Chapter of the German-Russian Volga Colonies is filled with words like Starvation, Torture, Mass Murders, Deportation, Siberia, and GENOCIDE. Why One would think that after all the... More > trouble that Tsarina Catherine the Great went to get the Germans to come to Russia, and after living in the Volga Colonies for 100 years, they would be welcome forever. Not so: the Russians felt the German-Russians were still "Germans" at heart and not to be trusted. This book covers the increasing stranglehold that the Tsarist Government clamped on the Volga Colonies around 1860. This was the start of 81 years of Russian scheming to rid Russia of the German-Russians. Also covered is their deportation and life in Siberia, and Moscow's elimination of all traces of the German-Russians Volga Colonies. "GENOCIDE" This is my third book in a series on the German-Russian Volga Colonies.< Less
Moscow's Final Solution: The Genocide of the German-Russian Volga Colonies By Darrel Philip Kaiser
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The Final Chapter of the German-Russian Volga Colonies is filled with words like Starvation, Torture, Mass Murders, Deportation, Siberia, and GENOCIDE. Why? One would think that after all the... More > trouble that Tsarina Catherine the Great went to get the Germans to come to Russia, and after living in the Volga Colonies for 100 years, they would be welcome forever. Not so: the Russians felt the German-Russians were still “Germans” at heart and not to be trusted. This book covers the increasing stranglehold that the Tsarist Government clamped on the Volga Colonies around 1860. This was the start of 81 years of Russian scheming to rid Russia of the German-Russians. Also covered is their deportation and life in Siberia, and Moscow’s elimination of all traces of the German-Russians Volga Colonies. “GENOCIDE” This is my third book in a series on the German-Russian Volga Colonies. See all my books at my websites, www.Volga-Germans.com & www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
Moscow's Final Solution: The Genocide of the German-Russian Volga Colonies By D. Philipp Kaiser
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The Final Chapter of the German-Russian Volga Colonies is filled with words like Starvation, Torture, Mass Murders, Deportation, Siberia, and GENOCIDE. Why? One would think that after all the trouble... More > that Tsarina Catherine the Great went to get the Germans to come to Russia, and after living in the Volga Colonies for 100 years, they would be welcome forever. Not so: the Russians felt the German-Russians were still “Germans” at heart and not to be trusted. This book covers the increasing stranglehold that the Tsarist Government clamped on the Volga Colonies around 1860. This was the start of 81 years of Russian scheming to rid Russia of the German-Russians. Also covered is their deportation and life in Siberia, and Moscow’s elimination of all traces of the German-Russians Volga Colonies. “GENOCIDE” This is my third book in a series on the German-Russian Volga Colonies. More at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
Black Lives & Brown Freedom: Untold Histories of War, Solidarity, & Genocide By Kirby Araullo
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An African American soldier “beheaded” deep in the jungle, a volcano crater filled with hundreds of desperate refugees, and church bells tainted with horrific bloodshed in the howling... More > wilderness... What went on in the islands of the Philippines between 1899 to 1913? Black Lives & Brown Freedom: Untold Histories of War, Solidarity, & Genocide vividly engages its readers with the almost forgotten experiences and bond between Filipinos and African Americans in the events surrounding the Philippine-American War. We, at Project Bulosan, hope that this transforms into a series of publications that documents our roots, culture, and history through our own decolonized perspectives, so stay tuned!< Less
Debt of Honour : How an Anzac Saved the Assyrian People From Genocide By Sarah Lindenmayer
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War is the father and king of all: some he has made gods and some men; some slaves and others free – Heraclitus of Ephesus. One hundred years have passed since Captain Stanley Savige, an... More > Anzac, signed up for a hell-raising, secret military mission in January 1918; one he was not expected to survive. Sailing up the palm fringed Tigris River with Dunsterforce to the exotic lands of Scheherazade and whirling dervishes, he never imagined that within a few months he and his men would stare death in the face during one of the most extraordinary episodes of Australian military history. Against immense odds in the mountain wilderness of northern Persia, Captain Savige rescued sixty to eighty thousand Assyrian refugees from genocide at the hands of the Ottoman Turks. But why was he there and who are the Assyrians? Untold until now, this remarkable odyssey speaks to the mystery of human suffering, courage and sacrifice.< Less
Debt of Honour : How an Anzac Saved the Assyrian People From Genocide By Sarah Lindenmayer
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War is the father and king of all: some he has made gods and some men; some slaves and others free – Heraclitus of Ephesus. One hundred years have passed since Captain Stanley Savige, an... More > Anzac, signed up for a hell-raising, secret military mission in January 1918; one he was not expected to survive. Sailing up the palm fringed Tigris River with Dunsterforce to the exotic lands of Scheherazade and whirling dervishes, he never imagined that within a few months he and his men would stare death in the face during one of the most extraordinary episodes of Australian military history. Against immense odds in the mountain wilderness of northern Persia, Captain Savige rescued sixty to eighty thousand Assyrian refugees from genocide at the hands of the Ottoman Turks. But why was he there and who are the Assyrians? Untold until now, this remarkable odyssey speaks to the mystery of human suffering, courage and sacrifice.< Less
Volume 1853, Daraa offensive (January 2015) --- Darfuri genocide By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 1853, Daraa offensive (January 2015)---Darfuri genocide Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the... More > inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
E-Prime: A Semantic Genocide With a Scent of Meontological Utopia By Daniel Deleanu
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A philosophical critique of E-Prime (English-Prime), a version of English which can allegedly eliminate subjectivity and dogmatism by obliterating the use of the verb "to be."

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