Monthly Archives: October 2013

Burial space, part 8: data on mass graves in the Balkans

A number of mass graves found in the Balkans offer further examples that help us understand what we can expect from a mass grave of a given size, on the basis of documented experience with wartime mass graves. The short … Continue reading

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Perpetrators Victims Bystanders

One of the more tedious aspects of “holocaust studies” is its procrustian use of the typology “perpetrators, victims, bystanders”. Victims means Jews, of course. The victim status of other groups may occasionally be gestured at, but they will always remain … Continue reading

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