Surviving Genocide: Memoirs of the Unthinkable | The Reader’s Shelf, April 15, 2013

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The men and women who survived genocide and helped others to survive deserve our everlasting admiration. Their heroic, suspenseful, and inspirational accounts are harrowing but vitally important reading.

Reference Reviews | October 1, 2012

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Reviews of Paul R. Bartop’s A Biographical Encyclopedia of Contemporary Genocide, Encyclopedia of Sleep and Dreams, and Kee Malesky’s Learn Something New Every Day, plus a full list of reference reviews from the Oct. 1 issue.

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