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Life Laid Bare: The Survivors in Rwanda Speak Paperback – October 15, 2007
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(1) The killings took place over a 3 month period; not 3 days. The three month period was April - June 1994, though lesser violence continued into July and onwards.
(2) The amount of Tutsi left dead at the end of the massacres totaled close to 1,000,000. There are 'neat' estimates around 500,000, but the most accurate place the victim toll at 800,000 to 937,000+. At least.
let them tell their story in their own words of what they went through to survive and how they are handling their
life now. One common thread throughout each story was the fact that the world just seemed to be
oblivious of what was going on in Rwanda or that they didn't seem to care. Not one survivor talked
bitterly about this, they just couldn't figure out "why?"
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I loved the book. Yet - it's hard to rate a product like that. All three books by Jean Hatzfeld (this one is the first out of trilogy) are amazing, all three should be read.Published on April 23, 2013 by Emi
Accounts of survivors stories. I have read other books where everyone found god but this is a less"biased" account. Recommend for a great insight into Rwanda genocide.Published on December 9, 2012 by Margaret Burke