ATROCITOLOGY

HUMANITY'S 100 DEADLIEST ACHIEVEMENTS
By (author)MATTHEW WHITE

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In this wholly original and remarkably ambitious work, ‘Atrocitologist’ Matthew White considers man’s inhumanity to man across several thousand years of history. From the First Punic War and the collapse of Mayan rule to the reign of Peter the Great and the cataclysmic events of the Second World War, White’s epic book spans centuries and civilisations as it measures the hundred most violent events in human history. If we study history in order to avoid the mistakes of the past, then there can be no more important place to start.

ISBN: 9781921758768

AUTHOR: MATTHEW WHITE
ISBN: 9781921758768
Publisher: TEXT PUBLISHING MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA
Subtitle: HUMANITY’S 100 DEADLIEST ACHIEVEMENTS
Author: MATTHEW WHITE

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9781921758768

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2011

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669

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Matthew White has worked as a law librarian for the past twenty years. In 1997 he began his online Historical Atlas of the Twentieth Century, which won several awards in the early days of the internet. His database of atrocity statistics has become the most popular and widely cited section of the Atlas. Over the years, he has corresponded with many scholars, such as Steven Pinker and Martin Gilbert, and his research has been cited by forty-five published books and over eighty scholarly articles. He lives in Richmond, Virginia.

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