Title Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-century Europe
Author Vardy, Stephen, T. Hunt Tooley, Agnes Huszar Vardy (ed.)
Publisher Boulder: Social Science Monographs
Annotation The volume is a product of the conference on Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century Europe held at Duquesne in 2000. The Conference revolved around the topics of definition, origins, consequences and processes of ethnic cleansing, defined as the “part of human history ever since the classical times”. Contributions were directed towards reaching the definition of ethnic cleansing and its delineation from genocide and expulsion (Introduction: Ethnic Cleansing in History, 1-11), but were largely focused on its 20th century emanations, in which the old practice has, according to the editors, reached new, deadly stage. Case studies are chronologically situated in pre-Second World War period, period during and after the Second World War, realm of memory on the Second World War and the latest emanations of ethnic cleansing at the end of the 20th century.
Author of Annotation Vladimir Petrović
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