Definition of Genocide [Understanding and Example]

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Understanding and an example of the crime of genocide

Genocide is one of the greatest evil on Earth, how does genocide is a massive massacre against a nation or country with the intent to destroy the nation. The crime of genocide is intended to let a house or nation perish from this earth and be done with it through the cruel ways.

Usually hounded in the crime of genocide is a nation, race, ethnic group, and certain religious groups by means of killing members of the Group and lead to physical or mental suffering taking action against members of other groups.

Definition of Genocide [Understanding and Example]

Examples of invisible genocide include:
  1. The massacre of the Canaanite peoples by the Jewish people in the first millennium b.c
  2. The slaughter of the nation's Helvetia by Julius Caesar in the first century b.c.
  3. Celtic ethnic slaughter by the Anglo-Saxons in Britain and Ireland since the seventh century
  4. The massacre of Indian Nations in the Americas by European colonists beginning in 1942
  5. Australia Aboriginal tribal massacre by Britain since the year 1788
  6. The nation Armenia massacre by some group of Turkey at the end of World War I
  7. The massacre of the Jews by the Gypsies (Sinti and Roma) and the Slavic tribes by the Nazi Germany in World War II
  8. The massacre of the nation of Germany in Eastern Europe at the end of World War II by the tribes of the Czech Republic, Poland, and the Soviet Union in the East of the Oder-Neisse border line
  9. The massacre of more than two million people by the Khmer Rouge regime in the late years of the 1970-80s
  10. The massacre of Kurds by Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq in 1980-an
  11. Efrain Rios Montt, dictator Guatemala from 1982 to 1983 has killed 75,000 Indian tribe Maya
  12. Hutu and Tutsi tribal massacres in Rwanda in 1994 by Hutu clan elders/mainly
  13. Ethnic slaughter in Bosnia and Croatia in the former Yugoslavia by Serbia between 1991-1996. One of them is the massacre of Srebrenica the first case in Europe was declared genocide by a legal decision
  14. Black House massacre in Darfur by Janjaweed militias in Sudan in 2004

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