Providing an annotated commentary on two unpublished manuscripts
written by international law and genocide scholar Raphael Lemkin,
Steven L. Jacobs offers a critical introduction to the father of
genocide studies. Lemkin coined the term "genocide" and was the
motivating force behind the 1948 United Nations Convention on the
Punishment and Prevention of the Crime of Genocide. The materials
collected here give readers further insight into this singularly
courageous man and the issue which consumed him in the aftermath of
the Second World War. It is a welcome addition to the library of
genocide and Holocaust Studies scholars and students alike.
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