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Duke Human Rights Archive: Human Rights Abuses

Key Words

  • Genocide
  • War atrocities (World War I, World War II, Jewish holocaust)
  • War crimes & criminals

 

Guide to Human Rights Abuses, War, and Genocide

Many of the collections and print material in the Human Rights Archive and Rubenstein Library contain documentation on human rights abuses wrought through war, genocide, and organized violence.  This documentation may be in the form of eye witness testimony, testimony before commissions or tribunes, oral history, or audio-video material produced by media groups.  Some of the most significant collections are listed below.  Search the terms in the "Keywords" box for a complete list of related collections.

 

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