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Mass Rape

Author : Alexandra Stiglmayer
ISBN : 0803292295
Genre : History
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Sociological, cultural, and medical essays recount the testimony of mass rape, sexual enslavement, systematic impregnation, and torture of Muslim, Croatian, and Serbian women and girls

Mass Rape Enforced Prostitution And The Japanese Imperial Army

Author : David Boling
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017416947
Genre : Crimes against humanity
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Berlin 1945 Das Ende

Author : Antony Beevor
ISBN : 3570551482
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Do You Remember Kunan Poshpora

Author : Essar Batool
ISBN : 9789384757847
Genre : Social Science
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On a cold February night in 1991, a group of soldiers and officers of the Indian Army pushed their way into two villages in Kashmir, seeking out militants assumed to be hiding there. They pulled the men out of their homes and subjected many to torture, and the women to rape. According to village accounts, as many as 31 women were raped. Twenty-one years later, in 2012, the rape and murder of a young medical student in Delhi galvanized a protest movement so widespread and deep that it reached all corners of the world. In Kashmir, a group of young women, all in their twenties, were inspired to re-open the Kunan-Poshpora case, to revisit their history and to look at what had happened to the survivors of the 1991 mass rape. Through personal accounts of their journey, this book examines questions of justice, of stigma, of the responsibility of the state, and of the long-term impact of trauma.

The Rape Of Troy

Author : Jonathan Gottschall
ISBN : 9781139470056
Genre : History
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Homer's epics reflect an eighth-century BCE world of warrior tribes that were fractured by constant strife; aside from its fantastic scale, nothing is exceptional about Troy's conquest by the Greeks. Using a fascinating and innovative approach, Professor Gottschall analyses Homeric conflict from the perspective of modern evolutionary biology, attributing its intensity to a shortage of available young women. The warrior practice of taking enemy women as slaves and concubines meant that women were concentrated in the households of powerful men. In turn, this shortage drove men to compete fiercely over women: almost all the main conflicts of the Iliad and Odyssey can be traced back to disputes over women. The Rape of Troy integrates biological and humanistic understanding - biological theory is used to explore the ultimate sources of pitched Homeric conflict, and Homeric society is the subject of a bio-anthropological case study of why men fight.

Why The Nations Rage

Author : Christopher Catherwood
ISBN : 074250090X
Genre : Political Science
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This thoughtful book explores much of the background to the strife the globe faces today. In particular, Christopher Catherwood shows how religion and national pride, which are supposed to be positive forces, can become perverted ideologies that arouse hatred, slaughter, and war.

Rape Weapon Of War And Mass Destruction

ISBN : 9780244946517
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Author : Antony Beevor
ISBN : 3570551342
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Mass Rape In Darfur Sudanese Army Attacks Civilians In Tabit

Author : Human Rights Watch
ISBN : OCLC:1050066321
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Born Of War

Author : R. Charli Carpenter
ISBN : 9781565492370
Genre : Political Science
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Born of War examines the human rights of children born of wartime rape and sexual exploitation in conflict zones worldwide. Detailing the multiple impacts of armed conflict on these children's survival, protection and membership rights, the case studies suggest that these children constitute a particularly vulnerable category in conflict zones. They often face risks such as discrimination, infanticide, loss of health care, education and other rights granted to the rest of the community's children.The contributors to this collection have the stated goal of using their research to advocate for greater representation of this group in international human rights law where their experiences have so far been ignored. A wide variety of case studies show that every community responds to these children in different ways. The exploration into why this is so reveals much that contemporary humanitarianism will find valuable.

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