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Gendercide and Genocide [Paperback]

Adam Jones

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From the opening hours of the 1999 war in Kosovo, an overriding tactic was evident in Serb military strategy: the gender-selective detention and mass killing of ethnic Albanian men, especially those of "battle age." Read the first page
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