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The Greek Genocide: Forgotten no longer

Raphael Lemkin, the lawyer and scholar who coined the term “genocide” and initiated the Genocide Convention, was working on a multi-volume history of such massacres at the time he passed in 1959.

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He had planned five chapters on the Greeks – more than for any other people – in this unfinished work.

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