Fires of Hatred
Harvard University Press, 2002 - 248 pages
Of all the horrors of the last century--perhaps the bloodiest century of the past millennium--ethnic cleansing ranks among the worst. The term burst forth in public discourse in the spring of 1992 as a way to describe Serbian attacks on the Muslims of Bosnia-Herzegovina, but as this landmark book attests, ethnic cleansing is neither new nor likely to cease in our time.
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FIRES OF HATRED: Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century EuropeUser Review - Kirkus
An exploration of the disturbing modern trend of displacing minority populations, by Stanford historian Naimark (The Russians in Germany, not reviewed).The 20th century saw some remarkable episodes of ... Read full review
Fires of hatred: ethnic cleansing in twentieth-century EuropeUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Naimark (history, Stanford) injects a needed measure of clarity into a literature hitherto befogged by passion and sloppy language. He separates the concept of ethnic cleansing, a 1990s term referring ... Read full review