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Q: Since World War 2 there have been other genocide around the world can you name some?
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How did persecution of Jews and other groups transform into genocide during World War 2 around 1941?

It did not transform into genocide. Genocide was the ultimate goal from the time the Nazis came to power.

Where does genocide occur today?

Genocide occurs all around the world in places such as Africa, India, China, Middle East and many other places.

What is the best way to end any genocide around the world?

The best way to end any genocide around the world are # to protest # to fight in war-fight for freedom and independent # to tell other countries to help out to end this genocide # to keep going and try to solve # sign and make a treaty or document

Should the US and other nations do something to prevent genocide?

Every nation, including the United States, should do whatever is possible to prevent genocide. Genocide is the greatest crime against our common humanity and as civilized people around the world, we must unite on this one question of the value of life.

Could genocide happen again on the other parts of the world?

Yes, that is always a possibility.

Did any other countries interfere with Tibet during the genocide?

Allegations of a "Tibet genocide" has never been proven, nor is it recognized by any country in the world.

How many people have died from genocide since 1900?

refer to R.J. Rummel's work at the University of Hawaii. What I can tell you is that he postulates that about 20 million people have been killed by acts of genocide from 1945-1987. This professor emeritus also says that 76 million people were killed in what he calls "democide," which is murder committed by a government of it's citizens.

How is the holocaust of world war 2 different from other acts of genocide?

The issue that it was a modern industrialized event, more efficient than any attempted genocide before or since.___I wouldn't call it a tragedy. It was not comparable to an earthquake, tsuanami, drought or famine. It was entirely deliberate.

What other Holocausts have occurred since World War 2?

It of course depends on how one defines the word 'holocaust', if you look it up online you'll most likely find this definition ''great destruction or loss of life or the source of such destruction, esp fire''. Many other holocausts have happened other than The Holocaust, for example, the mass murders in Cambodia, Vietnam, Rwanda, USSR, Uganda, Japan(atomic holocaust) and many, many others. The Holocaust in Germany and Poland, under the rule of Adolf Hitler was nothing special nor much different when you look at it closely, and investigate the evidence yourself.

Do Holocaust or genocides still exist today or in the recent past?

While Historians disagree about the precise definition of Genocide; a legal definition can be found in The United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, 1948. "Any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious , group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life, calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; and forcibly transferring children of the group to another group." Since the convention was adopted, several instances of genocide have fallen under its ambit, including The Holocaust (a term which is usually specifically used to describe Nazi Germany's action against Jews and others in World War 2), The Rwandan Genocide of 1994, and The Bosnian Genocide of 1995. There are other conflicts in the world which some people may characterise as genocide and may, in future, be classified as such by The United Nations. See link for information on Raphael Lemkin, the man who coined the word genocide in 1943.

What role do religion and race play in genocide?

Does your religion teach you that people from other cultures are evil? That attitude is the root of genocide.

How was the Kurdish genocide resolved?

The Kurdish Genocide has not been resolved. Most of those responsible for the Kurdish Genocide are either awaiting trial, were killed as a result of other charges, or killed extrajudicially.