A Crime Without A Name
A Crime Without A Name (2018) — Book

A Crime Without A Name is an enquiry that examines the origins of the word Genocide, a word coined from an adverse event. In 1941 Winston Churchill addressed the nation and described Germany's atrocious war of terror as 'A Crime Without A Name' - failing to find a single word to describe it. Due to this reason, Genocide has been removed from the body of text resulting in a void that represents the loss of those who suffered at the hands of the Nazi Party.

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James Aspey

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Atlas Grotesk (Commercial Type)
Albertus (Berthold Wolpe)
A Crime Without A Name
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A Crime Without A Name

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