A Century of Genocide: Critical Essays and Eyewitness Accounts

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Map Credits

The maps for this volume were created by George F. McCleary, Jr. (of the University of Kansas) with the assistance of Matthew Stratton (Armenia), Christopher Parker (Ukraine), Georgia Palos (Gypsies), Danli Li (Indonesia), Fredrick Tucker (East Timor), Geoffrey Folker (Bangladesh), and Peter Gogol (Cambodia). Additional assistance was provided by Darin Grauberger (of the University of Kansas Cartographic Services), John C. Kostelnick, Matthew Harman, William S. Parsons (and his staff at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum), Leslie Dienes, and Rouben P. Adalian.

Base maps were derived from Digital Chart of the World, World, and Geocart, as well as from The Times Atlas of the World: Comprehensive Edition (1967 and later editions), Goode's World Atlas (1923 and later editions), other atlases and sheet maps (in the Thomas R. Smith Map Collection of the University of Kansas), and Web sites (including the Geographic Names Database of the National Imagery and Mapping Agency and the U. S. Board on Geographic Names-http://gnswww.nima.mil/geonames/GNS/index.jsp).

Data for the individual maps were derived from area-specific atlases, such as Historical Atlas of the Holocaust (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1996), Atlas of the Holocaust (Martin Gilbert, 1993), Armenia: A Historical Atlas (Robert W Hewsen, 2001), and Ukraine: A Historical Atlas (Paul Robert Magocsi, 1985); publications about specific genocides, for example, Gerhard Pool (1991), Samuel Maharero, and Roman Smal-Stocki (1960); and Web sites (including the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection of the University of Texas-http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/, and the Yale University Cambodian Genocide Program-http://www.yale.edu/cgp/index.html).

For further information about the maps, contact mccleary@ku.edu.

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