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Writing a essay on Genocide?





I have to write an essay on Genocide. But I have no idea where to begin or what to put down. The more information the better. Please help. Any good sites? Where to start? Introduction? Thesis? Or have actual information for to put into the essay! The more information the better. Need to complete ASAP. I don't know where to start. All help would be greatly appreciated!



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  1. habitational says:

    The concept of genocide is a relatively new one, so that might be an excellent starting point. Prior to 1945, genocide was often considered part of the “game” so to speak. That is, read history, and you’ll see that cities and tribes are getting wiped out all the time, non-stop and no one blinks an eye ethically. After 1945, you get the UN declaration of the rights of man, which reconstructs our conception of the value of human life (Tokyo and Nuremburg war tribunals reinforce it too), and what “war crimes” are. The Holocaust is the most famous example, and the Armenian genocide is another good one that doesn’t get as much publicity (if for no other reason then Turkey has been an ally of the West since 1945, and a good one, relatively speaking.) You may also want to address the ethnic cleansing-genocide divide.Its a hazy line to draw; Rwanda qualifies as genocide, the yugoslav wars as ethnic cleansing. Cambodia commits an auto-genocide, where the Khmer Rouge in the late 1970′s basically enacts genocide upon its own people. These are examples of the many different forms and circumstances genocide can take place in.