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The article analyses the Palestinian case in the context of an international perspective on the historical development of genocide
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Slaves as scapegoatsSlaves as scapegoats
Africans were outsiders who could be enslaved because they were pagans, the key issue was religion. Jews and Christians as peoples of the Book could not be enslaved
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State Library of Western Australia Foundation Behind the Covers The Past – not such a Foreign CountryState Library of Western Australia Foundation Behind the Covers The Past – not such a Foreign Country
Governor, Mr Crisafulli, ladies and gentlemen. I am delighted to be able to join with members of the State Library of Western Australia Foundation this evening to celebrate and acknowledge its acquisition of the papers of the prominent 19th century Western
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A brief Introduction to the Israel-Palestine ConflictA brief Introduction to the Israel-Palestine Conflict
Jews living in Palestine, however in the 1920s and 30s hundreds of thousands came to settle, largely encouraged by the Zionist movement realising the necessity of a great Jewish population in the area in order to make the promise of the Balfour declaration
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Roman Archaeology and Civilisation The Romans and Britain Intermediate 1 and 2Roman Archaeology and Civilisation The Romans and Britain Intermediate 1 and 2
These staff and student support materials for Classical Studies were developed as part of the Higher Still Development Programme in response to needs identified at needs analysis meetings and national seminars
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