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This section presents a list of terms that occur in this book International Humanitarian Law. The book introduces a new chapter into the history of modern international humanitarian law, uncovering previously neglected and generally unknown investigations and prosecutions carried out by the Great Powers against individuals held responsible for war crimes, crimes against humanity and arguably even what we today call "genocide", all committed during inter-communal violence between Christians and Moslems on Crete in September 1898.

Keywords: Christians; International Humanitarian Law; war crimes

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