Genocide and slavery are as old as the history of mankind. However, it is still relatively new to document genocide, slavery, or other types of mass atrocity at the time of their occurrences, so is the effort to hold to account those individuals who plan, order, perpetrate, or aid and abet the commission of such crimes. This online resource center provides research guides to those who are pursuing research projects on episodes of organized mass atrocity in modern Asia/Pacific.
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Kuzianik, Henryk and Szosłak, Mieczysław, “1939,” UHM Library Digital Image Collections, accessed February 19, 2022, https://digital.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/items/show/41673
Vilenskii, M. E. (Mark Ezrovich), 1926-, “War behind barbed wire: reminiscences of Buchenwald ex-prisoners of war.,” UHM Library Digital Image Collections, accessed February 19, 2022, https://digital.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/items/show/2982.