Genocide Bibliography


Armenia     Ukraine     Cambodia     Bosnia     Rwanda     Darfur

  • Jones, Adam, Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction (Routledge)
  • Power, Samantha, A Problem from Hell: America and The Age of Genocide (Basic Books)
  • Tatz, C. With Intent to Destroy: Reflections on Genocide (W.W. Norton & Co.)
  • Totten, Samuel, Century of Genocide: Eyewitness Accounts and Critical Views (Garland Publishing)



  • Donald Eugene and Loran Touryan Miller, Survivors: An Oral History of the Armenian Genocide (University of California Press)
  • Kherdian, David, The Road From Home: The Story of An Armenian Girl (Beech Tree)
  • Bagdasarian, Adam, Forgotten Fire (Random House)
  • Marcom, Micheline Ahronian, Three Apples Fell From Heaven (Penguin Press)
  • Mae Derdarian, Vergeen: A Survivor of the Armenian Genocide (Atmus Press Publishing)
  • Michael Arlen, Passage to Ararat (Ballatine Books)
  • Peter Balakian, Burning Tigris (Harper Collins)
  • Peter Balakian, Black Dog of Fate: A Memoir (Broadway Books)
  • Richard Hovannisian, The Armenian Genocide in Perspective (Transaction)
  • Crimes Against Humanity and Civilization: The Genocide of the Armenians (Facing History and Ourselves)


  • The Armenian Genocide (PBS)
  • The Armenian Genocide (Atlantis Productions)
  • An Armenian Journey (Theodore Bogosian Productions)
  • The Forgotten Genocide (Armenian Film Foundation)
  • Screamers (BBC)


  • Ammende, Ewald, Human life in Russia. (J.T. Zubal)
  • The Black Deeds of the Kremlin: A White Book. (Ukrainian Association of Victims of Russian-Communist Terror)
  • Conquest, Robert, The Harvest of Sorrow: Soviet Collectivization of Agriculture and the Terror Famine. (University of Alberta Press)
  • Davies, R.W., The Socialist Offensive: The Collectivization of Soviet Agriculture, 1929-1930. (Macmillan).
  • Dolot, Myron, Execution by Hunger: The Hidden Holocaust. (W.W. Norton)
  • Hryshko, Wasyl, The Ukrainian Holocaust of 1933. (Bahriany Foundation)
  • Serbyn, Roman, Famine in Ukraine, 1932-1933. (University of Toronto Press)
  • Taylor, S.J., Stalin’s apologist: Walter Duranty, the New York Time’s man in Moscow. (Oxford University Press)



  • Henry Kamm, Cambodia: Report from a Strickened Land (Arcade Books)
  • Luong Ung, First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers (Harper Collins)
  • Craig Etcheson, After The Killing Fields: Lessons from the Cambodian Genocide (Greenwood Publishing Group)
  • Dith Pran. Children of Cambodia’s Killing Fields: Memoirs By Survivors (Yale University)
  • Ben Kiernan, The Pol Pot Regime: Race, Power, and Genocide in Cambodia Under the Khmer Rouge (Yale University Press)
  • U. Welaratna, Beyond the Killing Fields: Voices of Nine Cambodian Survivors in America (Stanford University Press)
  • K. Jackson, Cambodia, 1975-1978: Rendezvous With Death (Princeton University Press)
  • Sophal Leng Stagg, Hear My Now: Tragedy In Cambodia (Mancorp Publishing)


  • Cambodia: The Betrayal (Duke University)
  • Cambodia: Year Ten (Florida University)
  • Investigative Reports: Return to the Killing Fields (A&E Home Video)
  • The Killing Fields (Warner Studios)
  • Pol Pot: Biography (History Channel)
  • The Flute Player (Over the Moon Productions)



  • Broz, S. Good People In An Evil Time: Portraits of Complicity and Resistance in the Bosnian War (Other Press)
  • Curtin, L. Sunflowers in the Sand: Stories from Children and War (Madison Books)
  • Darkulic, S., Balkan Express: Fragments From the Other Side of the War (Perennial)
  • Filipovic, F., Zlata’s Diary: A Child’s Life in Sarajevo (Penguin Books)
  • Grant, J., I Dream of Peace: Images of War By Children of the Former Yugoslavia (Harper Collins)
  • Neuffer, E., The Key to My Neighbors House: Seeking Justice in Bosnia and Rwanda (Picador)
  • Sella, M., The Bridge Betrayed: Religion and Genocide in Bosnia (University of California Press)
  • Roy Gutman, A Witness to Genocide (Macmillan)
  • Steven M. Weine, When History Is a Nightmare: Lives and Memories of Ethnic Cleansing in Bosnia Herzegovina (Rutgers University Press)


  • Harrison’s Flowers (Universal Studios)
  • Good Husband, Dear Son (Appel & Honigmann)
  • While America Watched: The Bosnian Tragedy (ABC)



  • Romeo Dallaire, Shake Hands with the Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda (Random House)
  • Linda Melvern, Conspiracy to Murder: The Rwandan Genocide (Verso)
  • Alison Des Forges, Leave None to Tell the Story: Genocide in Rwanda (Human Right Watch)
  • Philip Gourevitch, We Wish to Inform You that Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda (Picadour USA)
  • Rakiya Omaar and Alex de Waal, Rwanda: Death, Despair and Defiance (Africa Rights)
  • Carr, R. & Hasley, A., Land of a Thousand Hills: My Life in Rwanda (Plume)
  • Neuffer, E. The Key to My Neighbor’s House: Seeking Justice in Bosnia and Rwanda (Picador)


  • Hotel Rwanda (MGM)
  • Frontline: Ghosts of Rwanda (PBS Video)
  • 100 Days (Vivid Pictures)
  • A Good Man in Hell (USHMM)
  • Defying Genocide (USHMM)



  • Brian Steidel and Gretchen Steidel Wallace, The Devil Came on Horseback: Bearing Witness to the Genocide in Darfur (Perseus Publishing)
  • Alephonsion Deng, Bejamin Ajak and Benson Deng, They Poured Fire on Us From the Sky: The True Story of Three Lost Boys from Sudan (Perseus Publishing)
  • Don Cheadle and John Prendergrast. Not on Our Watch: A Mission to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond (Hyperion)
  • John Bul Bul Dau, Michael Sweeny and Michael S. Sweeny, God Grew Tried of Us: A Memoir (National Geographic Society)
  • Jen Marlowe, Aisha Bain, Adam Shapiro, Darfur Diaries: Stories of Survival (Avalon Publishing Group Inc.)


  • Darfur Diaries: Message from Home (Cinema Libre)
  • God Grew Tired of Us (Sony Pictures)
  • Lost Boys of Sudan (New Video Group)


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