Living In Genocide

Living In Genocide

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All through world history and more importantly in U.S. history the notion of war and genocide has indeed found its contrary dichotomy in its history of wars, propaganda, reporting, and foreign policy.

Young documentarian Adelin Gasana attempts to connect the overall status of the term genocide with the conceptual wording of war.

With deep expert interviews from a tenured professor of history, a rapt professor of military science, and a seasoned professor of political science—all from the University of West Florida, Living In Genocide calls into the question of war and its demoralizing effects upon neighbors, witnesses, engagers, and future generations.

Underlying commentary of despots, pacifism, terrorism, nuclear proliferation, modern warfare, and contemporary military history are condensed with diminutive to extensive montages, archive footage, visual images, and significant afterthought.

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