By Alexander Mikaberidze
The 400-plus entries in "Atrocities, Massacres, and conflict Crimes: An Encyclopedia" supply available and concise details at the tricky topic of abject human violence devoted on all continents. The entries during this two-volume paintings describe atrocities, massacres, and battle crimes devoted within the twentieth century, thereby documenting how people have time and again confirmed their power to dedicate awful acts of inhumanity even in really contemporary occasions and in the glossy period. The encyclopedia covers nations, treaties, and phrases; profiles people who have been officially indicted for warfare crimes in addition to those that have dedicated mass atrocities and long gone unpunished; and addresses human rights violations, crimes opposed to humanity, and crimes opposed to peace.
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