This guide will help you locate information about the Holocaust and other genocides throughout history. There are different types of resources that are provided, including journals, databases, books, secondary resources, and primary resources. The goal of this guide is to help start with the research process. There are a plethora of resources available to use that may not be listed in this resource guide but are available at your disposal.
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Research increases the knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust and genocide by providing education and research opportunities within the university and the Southwest Florida community. By facilitating partnerships with organizations here and abroad, we strengthen democratic institutions that confront genocide and other threats to human rights, such as intolerance, antisemitism, racism, and ignorance.
The word "genocide" is an internationally recognized crime against humanity in which there is an intent to destroy, in whole or partial, an ethnic, racial, or religious group. The word was first used in 1944 by Raphäel Lemkin when he wrote the book, Axis Rule in Occupied Europe. The term was developed in response to the Nazi policies of systematic killings of Jewish people and also in response to previous instances in history when such atrocities occurred.
The following are acts that contribute to the crime:
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