Political leaders who might have been able to take charge of the situation and other high profile opponents of the Hutu extremist plans were killed immediately. Tutsi and people suspected of being Tutsi were killed in their homes and as they tried to flee at roadblocks set up across the country during the genocide. Entire families were killed at a time. Women were systematically and brutally raped. It is estimated that some 200,000 people participated in the perpetration of the Rwandan genocide.
For example, during wartime battles would have not been won. Thus, the chain of command is important from the highest level down to the lowest level. Obeying a Noncommissioned officer is important in my daily duty day as a soldier. In combat related situations orders are carried out without discussion and hesitation. A soldier does not realize why things happen the way they do in the military but they must follow orders from people who out rank them.
If someone were to break these unofficial rules they would no be longer trusted by their peers. One might say that these rules should not be applied in real life. These rules should definitely be applied our daily lives. By learning what these rules are about such as, no snitching, mind your own business and etc. These rules are plainly common sense and in reality they really are applied into our daily lives.
David Desperito History 311 Section 2 Research Paper 13 November 2014 Srebrenica Massacre The Srebrenica Massacre was the deadliest genocide on European soil since the Second World War. It was a brutal, senseless mass murder that occurred in Srebrenica, in Bosnia & Herzegovina, in July of 1995. The killing was perpetrated by the Bosnian Serb Army, also known as the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS). Their goal was to cleanse the area of all Muslims, also known as Bosniaks in this region. They were under the command of General Ratko Mladić and killed around 8,000 Muslims in the summer of 1995.
The dogs not only ripped open his belly but jerked out his intestines along the ground for a distance”. The Rape of Nanking was one of the greatest mass rapes in world history. In six weeks, approximately 20,000 women were raped in Nanking. The Japanese soldiers raped Nanking women from
* Calley was reported to have dragged dozens of people, including young children, into a ditch before executing them with a machine gun. Not a single shot was fired against the men of Charlie Company at My Lai. Date: March 16, 1968 Place: My Lai, South Vietnam * The My Lai hamlet, part of the village of Son My, was located in Quang Ngai province, which was believed to be a stronghold of the National Liberation Front or Viet Cong and was a frequent target of U.S. and South Vietnamese bombing attacks. Casualties: It is believed, but not confirmed, that around 500 women, children, and elderly civilians were killed. Notes: * Viewed as one of the most infamous events of the Vietnam War.
A war between the two immediately broke out. In 1964, the USA entered the Vietnam War. The inconclusive war in Vietnam cost many American and Vietnamese lives, devastated the country, and achieved nothing but misery for anyone caught up in it; including the Cambodians. Cambodia had become part of the Vietnam battlefield. During the next four years, American B-52 bombers, using napalm and cluster-bombs, killed up to 750,000 Cambodians in their effort to destroy North Vietnamese supply lines.
The church estimates that WBC has conducted over 30,000 pickets, in all 50 states, in over 500 cities and towns. The church is known for their particular anti-homosexuality slander, sporting signs with sayings such as "God Hates Fags" “Fags are Beasts” and “Fag Troops,” although that’s not the extent of their quotes. They’re known for their controversial anti-America views, with signs that read “Thank God for 9/11” “Thank God for Dead Soldiers” along with desecration of the American flag at some protests. Westboro Baptist has also been known for their almost endless list of hated things, including Barack Obama, calling him the Antichrist, along with Jews, The Roman Catholic Church, Lady Gaga, Sweden, Nebraska, flags, along with many other seemingly random and pointless things. On March 10, 2006, the church protested at the funeral of Marine Lance Corporal Matthew A. Snyder in Westminister, Maryland, 30 minutes prior to the funeral.
The genocide in Darfur, Sudan has already caused hundreds of thousands of Darfuris to die and cause more than 2 million people to be homeless. The genocide began in early 2003 when members of two rebel groups revolted against the Sudanese government in Khartoum alleging systematic neglect of the inhabitants of Darfur. The two rebel groups are the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA). The government responded by launching an assault against these two rebel groups. Black Arabs were being discriminated against because they were black and they were being told that they weren't in the right religion.
The Sudanese government had a lot of resources and weapons and supported the militia group called the Janjaweed. In 2003 the Janjaweed started crimes against humanity by killing hundreds of mostly non Arabic people in Darfur every day. The Janjaweed would leave streets bloody, rape, torture, and drive away millions of people from their