Table of contents for Raphael Lemkin and the struggle for the Genocide Convention / John Cooper.


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Introduction * Formative Years in Poland * Interlude in Lithuania and Sweden * Early Years in the United States * The Publication of His Master Work and the Nuremberg Trial * The United Nations Resolution on Genocide 1947, the First Draft of the Convention * Private and Professional Life * Yale and Geneva * Paris, Prelimiary Discussion of the Convention * The First Reading of the Convention * The Convention Is Adopted * The International Campaign for Ratification of the Convention * The Senate Fails to Ratify the Convention * The Genocide Convention: Its Supporters and Enemies * The History of Genocide * The History of Genocide: Case Studies The Further International Campaign for Ratification * Closing Years * Bibliography
Introduction * Formative Years in Poland * Interlude in Lithuania and Sweden * Early Years in the United States * The Publication of His Master Work and the Nuremberg Trial * The United Nations Resolution on Genocide 1947, the First Draft of the Convention * Private and Professional Life * Yale and Geneva * Paris, Prelimiary Discussion of the Convention * The First Reading of the Convention * The Convention Is Adopted * The International Campaign for Ratification of the Convention * The Senate Fails to Ratify the Convention * The Genocide Convention: Its Supporters and Enemies * The History of Genocide * The History of Genocide: Case Studies The Further International Campaign for Ratification * Closing Years * Bibliography



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Genocide -- History -- Case studies.
Genocide -- Prevention -- Case studies.
Genocide -- Congresses.
Lemkin, Raphael, -- 1900-1959.
Human rights advocates -- Poland -- Biography.
Human rights advocates -- United States -- Biography.
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide -- (1948)