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The systematic killing of a population, either entirely or the majority thereof. A mass murder may be perpetrated with the tacit or active support of a community or a group in the society in which it occurred, and usually is a single event. History’s largest mass murders have been attempts to exterminate an ethnic and other group—i.e., genocide
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That should meet two requirements-genocide and mass murder.
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Red Army soldiers' and officers' perception of civilian casualties in World War II, including the Nazis' mass murder of Jews, or the Holocaust, was in large measure a function of the prevailing views of society more generally.
The evil imagery was discovered on the day that Israel chooses to mark the Holocaust, the mass murder of Jews directed by Nazi Germany during the Second World War.
For many of the Armenian claimants, the personal documents are a reminder of organized mass murder that the governments of the United States and Turkey have not acknowledged.
In fact, the mass murder was been prevented by a nice Israeli lady, an ordinary wife and mother, who happened to have both an alert eye and a concealed semiautomatic pistol.
THAT TERM IS A MISNOMER BECAUSE IT IS GENERALLY MISUSED TO DESCRIBE "POLITICIDES"--THE MASS MURDER OF PEOPLE DEFINED BY THEIR POLITICAL BELIEFS, E.
Bush, to distinguish between the "true" Islam of peace, as they often characterized it, and any variant that could justify and celebrate acts of mass murder.
Photos of the mass murders are almost nonexistent: their execution was so secretive, so vast, so efficient, so horrendous, that hardly anyone was left to tell the story.
There is no mention of mass murders in the Soviet Union, China, Bosnia, et cetera, and, thus, no comparisons.
Since the peace talks began, and especially once they ended (with, by the way, none of the usual congrats for the President), the coverage of Bosnia shifted from mass murders and raped women to "our boys," and Clinton is finding that the same press that served as cheerleader for the government and press agent for the U.
The domestic mass murders of the early republic took place in a period of profound transition in the history of the American family.