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360 words An introduction to Lemkin's achievement: the adoption of the UN Convention on Genocide
1595 words Click on "Biographical Note" in the Navigation section on the left. -
A section of "A Guide to the Rafael Lemkin Collection."
890 words A short but cogent biography
720 words A June 13, 2001 New York Times article about the "legal scholar from Poland whose cause was to bring barbarism to justice."
620 words Review of the title book in which "the story of Lemkin's life and his struggle to bring cases of genocide to the attention of American policymakers is one of the many inspiring, though frustrating, narratives."
5,770 words Complete text of a lecture given by Michael Ignatieff on December 13, 2001
6 webpages In commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959), the page presents a series of Dr. Lemkin's writings on genocide. The collection spans the years from 1933-1947 and includes items Lemkin wrote in French, German and English
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