Top ten hated worst genocides in history

1. Armenian Genocide (1915-1923):

Armenian Genocide (1915-1923)

During the Ottoman regime of Turkey (1821-1922), the largest massacre of the 20th century led by the then army officer Enver Pasha was organized. During and after the First World War, Turkey has not only killed more than 1.8 million Armenians and non-Turks directly, and also forced thousands of Armenian and non-Turkish people to die. Turkey was also accused of introducing the world with the first concentration camp when Turkey was at war with Russia. Naturally, modern Turks do not recognize it as genocide, but they say that it was only a Mass deportation process for those people who were associated with Russia.

2. Stalin genocide of Soviet Russia (1929-1953):

Stalin genocide

Joseph Stalin was caught as in the twentieth century's notorious mass murderer, also included the name of Hitler and Mao Tse-tung in the list. Stalin was able to smash his nation into pieces. This misdeed was done by the inside of the prisoners and through the labor camp what was established by him.The exact statistics of how many were killed during the rule of Stalin were not found but It is believed that this mass murderer has killed nearly twenty million people. Two million of these twenty million people are famine-stricken Ukrainian farmers. Describing these people as socially harmful people, Stalin killed innumerable people in 1937 by his notorious `00447 'Ordinance. He also sent military personnel and intellectuals of the Russian army to exile and killed arbitrarily. Millions of people died due to Stalin and millions of people suffer. Finally, in 1953, the fate of Russia was changed in the death of Stalin. The ending is the ongoing massacre.

3. Holocaust facts (1939-1945)
Holocaust facts


Though the Holocaust is third in the list of the abusive massacre, however, this genocide is still the most condemned and very carefully written about the massacre. About 11 million deaths were organized in the context of an unwanted announcement of the Jews by Hitler's Nazi forces, on the continent of Europe, half of which were Jews. These numbers are in determining when Hitler shot himself in his own bunker in Berlin, This genocide is accomplished in different ways, including murder, detention, starvation, and torture in Hitler's concentration camp. Surprisingly, there was never such a terrible cruelty in the history of Germany. Before Hitler's fall in Germany, the real German was considered as the most educated and cultured society.

4. Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings genocide (1945):
Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings


The most tragic two days in the history of the world, when the Hiroshima and Nagasaki cities of Japan are completely destroyed, On 6 and 9 August 1945.  In the twentieth century, the use of conventional weapons and mass destruction was a common case of heinous crime like genocide. The first atomic bomb was thrown at Hiroshima town on 6 August 1945 at 8:15 am. The blast took away nearly two million lives and many were not found. Just two days after the first explosion, on August 9, at 10:58 am, 20 kiloton-capable bombs were dropped on shipyard of Nagasaki which was killed about 70,000 civilians. For the sake of geographical reasons, the second nuclear bomb causes less damage to Nagasaki than Hiroshima.

5. Partition of India (1947):
Partition of India

The most interesting thing about this story is that without any political reasons, this incident took place only due to religious divisions in an autonomous way.  This genocide was organized because of the partition of India from an important colony of the British Raj. Finally, two states, namely, India and Pakistan were born on the basis of Hindu and Muslim religion. Many Muslims, Hindus and Sikh religious people found that their present residence has not located in the right place. Millions of people were evicted from their ancestral home and walk miles after mile they were forced to move to their new home. During the expedition, the violence spread among religious parties, which resulted in the massacre, a million people were killed and innumerable people have transferred to the extremely poor condition.

6. Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution in China (1949-1976):
Great Leap Forward


Communists came to power in China in 1949 and then in the next decade, about 45 to 70 million people died in communist China. This death was organized in various incidents. There was an incident when the Communist Force defeated the National Army of Chang Ke-Shake. In fact, most killings are organized in two categories: one is Mao Tse-tung Great Leap Forward Activity, and second is the time of the Cultural Revolution from 1966 to 1967. The Great Lip Forward was the first push when Chinese leader Mao Tse-tung started his career in agriculture and social engineering. This led to a severe famine from 1958 to 1961. Many farmers and landlords die of starvation, which subsequently resembles genocide because Mao Tse-tung continued this process despite such a great defeat. On the other hand, the Cultural Revolution plays an important role in speeding up anti-government activities, which brings the death of millions of people and many people take captivity. 

7. Bangladesh genocide (March - December 1971):
Bangladesh  genocide

In 1971 the genocide operations in Bangladesh were conducted in a pre-planned manner from March 1971, under operation searchlight. In order to permanently eradicate the claim of freedom of Bengalis of East Pakistan, the army of West Pakistan got involved in this activity. During the long nine months of Bangladesh's liberation war, the Pakistani army and their support groups killed approximately 3 million people. Apart from this, two lakh to four lakh Bangladeshi women have been raped in a planned manner. Also, Bengali and Urdu-speaking Biharis are involved in ethnic violence. The events that took place during the War of Liberation were known as genocide.
At the war-time Pakistani army and Jamaat-e-Islami, known as local collaborators, have killed the top Bengali intellectuals in a planned manner. Within a few days of the war, a group of Dhaka University professor was killed. However, few days before the war ended, the killing of the maximum number of specific intellectuals was conducted. The Pak army and the Razakars brutally killed the professors, journalists, doctors, artists, engineers, and writers by making them align in Dhaka. During the long bloody battle of nine months, the Pak army and its local partners killed 991 teachers, 13 journalists, 49 doctors, 42 lawyers and 16 writers-engineers. Even after the war ended on December 16, Pak soldiers and their associates also killed many freedom fighters.

8. Cambodian Killing Fields (1975-1978):
Cambodian Killing Fields

In 1975 Khmer Rouge forces established the Communist regime through the expulsion of the Cambodian government. The first work of Khmer Rouges was to describe those who were associated with the former regime as a traitor. All of the former government members, army members, journalists, teachers, businessmen, intellectuals and ordinary people who did not like to see them on power were all on this list. It is believed that the number of casualties in the short-lived massacre was not less than two million, which is the twenty percent of the Cambodian population. Fortunately, in 1979, another communist group forced Khmer Rouges to fall and compelled them for hiding.

9. Bosnian genocide by Serbs (1992-1995):
Bosnian genocide

The Government of Bosnia-Herzegovina of the Republic of Yugoslavia announced their independence from Yugoslavia in April 1992. The next few years of declaration of independence Bosnia’s Serbian army, with the help of Serbian dominated army of Yugoslavia, organizes barbarous massacres aimed at Bosnian Muslim and Croatian citizens. As a result, 1 million people were killed till 1995, of which 80% were Muslim. Serbian has not only killed, they also rape numerous women and children. During World War II, Jewish by Nazi forces and after the destruction of Bengali by the Pakistani army in 1971, This Serbian massacre was the worst crime.

10. Rwandan Genocide (1994):
Rwandan Genocide

Rwandan genocide did not happen for any political reason. Rather, this horrendous genocide is organized as a result of growing tribal divisions. As a result of this genocide, five lakh to one million people has died. The minority Tutsi community, for centuries, they used to abduct their power to oppress by holding down the Hutu community and took control the country's governance. In 1962, the Hutu community started a revolt against the powerful Tutsi community. Extreme turmoil and mutiny were transformed into war when Hutu President was mysteriously killed in an air crash in April 1994. This was a bloody revenge against the Tutsi by the Hutu community. Since this massacre took place during the Hutu-led government, it was not possible to determine the exact number of genocide. According to the researchers, this genocide is directly directed by the Rwandan army and the full support of the government to take revenge on the assassination of Hutu President, who is directly responsible for this condemnable murder.

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