Some of the twentieth century’s most intense episodes of mass violence have homepages, maintained by people and institutions with a vested interest in preserving the memory of the murdered. Some of these websites are well-resourced and regularly maintained, while others are unadorned, neglected, poorly constructed, or strange. All are sincere testimonial gestures, and their continuities and contrasts hint at a digital aesthetic of twentieth century mass violence remembrance.

Greece and Turkey’s Population Exchange 

Ukraine’s Holodomor

Namibia’s Vernichtungsbefehl

Europe’s Holocaust

China’s Nanking Massacre

Indonesia’s Politicide

The Ottoman Empire’s Armenian Genocide

Ethiopia’s Red Terror

Bangladesh’s Genocide

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Author: Meagan Day

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