Focusing on five specific cases he exposes the myths about ethnic cleansing in particular the commonly held belief that the practice stems from ancient hatreds naimark shows that this face of genocide had its roots in the european nationalism of the late nineteenth century but found its most virulent expression in the twentieth century as modern states and societies began to organize themselves by ethnic criteria the most obvious example and one of naimarks cases is the nazi attack . Fires of hatred ethnic cleansing in twentieth century europe presents research professor norman naimark conducted while working at the forum on contemporary europe fce on cases of ethnic cleansing genocide and forced migrations in five cases including armenians in turkey chechens ingush and crimean tatars in the ussr bosnian muslims and albanian kosovars in the yugoslav lands as well as jews in nazi occupied europe and germans in poland and czechoslovakia such historical comparison . Fires of hatred ethnic cleansing in twentieth century europe cambridge ma and london harvard university press 2001 248 pp including index hb us2650 gbp1750 isbn 0 674 00313 6 pb us1695 gbp1150 isbn 0 674 00994 0 reviewed by ara sanjian assistant professor department of history haigazian university beirut lebanon although the term ethnic cleansing began to be used widely only after may 1992 during the early stages of the war in the former yugoslavia norman . Fires of hatred ethnic cleansing in twentieth century europe english edition ebook naimark norman m amazonde kindle shop. Throughout europe specifically there were numerous cases of ethnic cleansings due to the consequences of the wo throughout the course of the 20th century there were many mass genocides either by military events as a consequence for a failed revolutionary program or due to indiscriminate brutality
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