THE WORLD'S BLOODIEST HISTORY: Massacres, Genocide, and the Scars They Left on Civilization
Recounts some of the most horrifying episodes of the past and investigates the causes and consequences of these events. From the Romans in 146 BC abandoning their policy of co-opting conquered peoples and instead slaughtering thousands to the 1994 Rwandan massacre, every gruesome detail is laid out to illustrate the worst humanity has to offer. Well illustrated, some in color.
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