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Axis Rule in Occupied Europe: Laws of Occupation, Analysis of Government, Proposals for Redress. Second Edition by the Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

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From our Foundations of the Laws of War Series, the book that introduced and defined the concept of genocide. Introduction to the Second Edition by William A. Schabas. Introduction to the First Edition by Samantha Power. Originally published: Washington: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of International Law, 1944. xxiii (vii-xxiii new introductions), xx ...more
Hardcover, 736 pages
Published July 18th 2014 by Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. (first published 1944)
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Author must have fallen to Earth. This one is contender for Best Book Ever Written by a Human Person.

Comprehensive evaluation of Axis occupation statutes, which means that the domestic statutes of Germany, Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Romania are not presented. Rather, Lemkin outlines the effect of occupation by these states on their European victims up to 1943.

Author is a Polish attorney, who took refuge in the United States and was assisted by the Carnegie Endowment in publishing this study.

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“The present destruction of Europe would not be complete and thorough had the German people not accepted freely [the Nazi] plan, participated voluntarily in its execution and up to this point profited greatly therefrom” 3 likes
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