Genocide is considered to be the most serious crime against humanity that can be committed.
It is the mass extermination of a whole group of people, an attempt to drive them out of existence.
There have been numerous cases of genocide in history.
Also called “Shoah”, was the systematic persecution of Jews by the Nazis and their allies, before and during the Second World War. During the domination by Nazi Germany, between 5 and 6 million European Jews were exterminated. The murders took place mostly in the gas chambers of the extermination camps and by mass executions of the Einsatz groups.
Warsaw - Treblinka - Lublin - Belzec - Krakauw - Auswitch - Berkenau - Wieliczka
Prague - Theresienstadt and Ledice - Hartheim and Linz - Mathausen - Vienna - Budapest
The "Cambodian Killing Fields" are a number of locations in Cambodia, where more than one million people were tortured, killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge regime during their reign of the country between 1975 and 1979.
Siem Reap - Angkor Wat - Phnom Penh - Tuol Sleng Prison 21 -"Killing Fields" Choeung Ek
Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh - Cu Chi Tunnel - Mekong Delta Cambodja: Siem Reap - Angkor Wat - Phnom Penh -
Tuol Sleng Prison 21 - "Killing Fields" Choeung Ek
The Rwandan genocide was a massacre of Tutsis in Rwanda during the Rwandan civil war in 1994. Approximately 1,000,000 victims were reported.
Kigali - Genocide Memorial & Liberation museums - Nyanza - Ntarama-Nyamata Genocide Sites - Murambi & Bisesero Genocide Museums - Gisenyi & Nyarubuye Genocide Memorial
In the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, conflicts between the three main ethnic groups, Serbs, Croats and Muslims, resulted in a most horrific genocide.
Sarajevo - Konjic - Jablanica - Blagaj - Mostar - Foca - Visegrad - Srebrenica - Sarajevo