Annihilation: Volume II: The European Rimlands 1939-1953 - Crisis Of Genocide by Mark Levene
From the years leading up to the First World War to the post-Second World War, Europe witnessed an era of genocide. In addition to the Holocaust, this period also witnessed…
From the years leading up to the First World War to the post-Second World War, Europe witnessed an era of genocide. In addition to the Holocaust, this period also witnessed the Armenian genocide of 1915, mass murder in Bolshevik Russia and Stalinism, and a group of ethnic cleansing in Anatolia, the Balkans and Eastern Europe. The crisis of genocide seeks to integrate these genocide events into one coherent history.
In more than two volumes, Mark Levine demonstrates how the relationship between geography, nation and power came to play a major role in the emergence of genocide in the collapsed or collapsed European imperial region - the Rimalland region - and how geopolitical competition continued to dominate these areas. Eastern or semi- Destabilize the relations between diverse and multifaceted ethnic communities that traditionally lived side by side.
A pattern of toxicity can also be seen in the struggles for regional hegemony of post-imperialist states, nation states, and potential states. Volume II: The courtyard covers the period from 1939 to 1953, in particular the focus on World War II, the aftermath, the Holocaust and its lasting effects, and the latter part of the Stalinist regime.
Levin explains that while the attempt to mass murder of the entire European Jews is the most comprehensive and radical result of the efforts aimed at the political and social restructuring of Rimalland Square in particular, the accumulation and concentration of child-based violence against many 'minority' groups suggest that anti-Semitism or racism Alone are insufficient to provide a comprehensive interpretation of the genocide.
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