Genocide During WWII<br />Carrie Cerett and Hannah Spicer<br />
What is Genocide?<br />Genocide is the deliberate annihilation of an entire people including a nation or ethical, radical, or religious group<br />It also refers to violent crimes committed to groups with the intent to destroy the existence of the group.<br />Combines Geno-, the Greek name for “race of tribe“ and –Cide, Latin for “to kill”<br />
Who Created Genocide<br />Polish_ Jewish Lawyer, Raquel Lemkin formed “genocide”.<br />During WWII Hitler had the purpose of genocide which is now known as the Holocaust.<br />Other countries and people have had the intent of genocide like Rwanda, Darfur, etc.<br />
The Holocaust Genocide<br />It took place when Hitler and Germany tried to take over<br />Against mostly Jews and Gypsies<br />In 1941, the Germans began making camps specifically <br />Not punished as genocide crime<br />
Genocide As A Crime<br />In 1948, The United States Nations declared that genocide was an international crime<br />On Jan. 12, 1951, The United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide was created when more than twenty countries from around the world ratified it<br />
Continued…<br />In 1958, the Unites States signed and joined the Genocide Convention.<br />
The International Criminal Court (ICC) was created in 1988, when 120 countries signed an international treaty <br />The ICC was given the jurisdiction to prosecute crimes of Genocide<br />Punishment for genocide is hard to determine though Rwanda genocide<br />
The Genocide in Taba, Rwanda was the first use of genocide as a crime<br />Jean Paul Akayesu was charged guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity in 1990’s<br />Akayesu was engaged in and oversaw acts in Taba as the mayor<br />
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