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Book Review: ’50 Children’ by Steven Pressman

50 Children

One extraordinary couple put their lives at risk to rescue 50 children from Natzi Germany, during one of the most difficult times in Europe. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Gendarme’ by Mark T. Mustian

Book Review The Gendarme by Mark T. Mustian

. In war and under pressure, regular people commit atrocities. Read More »

Interview with Mark S. Smith, Author of Treblinka Survivor: The Life and Death of Hershl Sperling

"Anti-Semitism ... is but one manifestation of evil. Yet it transfixes me – not only because I am a Jew, but also because it expresses the senseless self-loathing of Mankind." Read More »

Book Review: I’m Not Leaving by Carl Wilkens

The incredible story of Carl Wilkens, the only American to remain in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide. Read More »

DVD Review: Cinematic Titanic Live – War of the Insects

"It's OK, you're safe: the gun only holds 47 shots." [bang] "48 shots." Read More »

Book Review: God’s Jury: The Inquisition and the Making of the Modern World by Cullen Murphy

In today’s lingo, inquisitions are probably the purest form of “hate crimes.” Discover their appeal in God's Jury. Read More »

Dawkins vs. Craig: No Debate on Genocide Claims

What is behind Richard Dawkins' refusal to debate William Lane Craig? Read More »

Book Review: The Silent and the Lost by Abu Bin Mohammed Zubair

This story, set against backdrop of the Bangladeshi war of independence, combines love, war, peace, philosophy and spirituality. Read More »

Book Report: All Cry Chaos by Leonard Rosen

An Interpol inspector must find those responsible for genocide and for critical injuries to his own family. Read More »

Ratko Mladic: The Arrest of a War Criminal

The man accused of war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity in Bosnia has finally been captured. Read More »