Adult Nonfiction DT450.435.P78 1995
Summary: Offers a historical perspective that Western readers need to understand how and why the brutal massacres of 800,000 Rwandese came to pass. This book demonstrates how the struggle for cultural dominance and subjugation among the Hutu and Tutsi - the central players in the massacres - was exploited by racially obsessed Europeans.
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