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Why don’t governments do more to prevent genocide?
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Millions of tourists visit Holocaust museums and memorials every year.,,
How did Germany deal with the Nazi past?
Can justice heal? Must there be justice in order to heal? Is there such a thing as justice, something to be striven for regardless of context?
What do university presses do, and how do they do it?
The things that make people academics do not necessarily make them good teachers...
Dzuro provides a first-hand look at the establishment of the International Crime Tribunal for Yugoslavia to prosecute Balkan war criminals...
Mauriello attempts to recreate the emotional and traumatic reactions these men had when confronted with the worst of Nazi Germany...
What makes some people aid the persecuted while others just stand by?
Focusing on the actions and consequences of a “front-line Holocaust perpetrator”, Kay’s biographies diverges drastically with the traditional bios of other more well-known Nazis...