By Timothy Stapleton
Based on a sequence of distinctive case experiences, this publication offers the background of genocide in Africa in the particular context of African heritage, studying conflicts in international locations corresponding to Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Namibia, Rwanda, and Sudan.
• presents an remarkable complete heritage of genocide in Africa that might serve scholars of historical past, warfare and society, and genocide in addition to common readers
• Covers Africa's such a lot notorious genocides in addition to lesser-known situations of enormous scale atrocities
• Addresses occasions which are contested as genocides in Africa in contemporary historical past, together with the Nigerian Civil battle in addition to occasions in Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
• Examines the historic context for every of those occasions to obviously clarify how they occurred
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