Creating the Language that Defines Human Atrocities, Uncovering Hemingway's Wild Years in Paris

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Articles of accusation presented against Nazi war criminals at Nuremberg include crimes against peace, war crimes with collective assassinations, torture, slavery, pillage and crimes against Humanity.

International lawyer and professor Philippe Sands examines the lives of the two men who simultaneously originated the ideas of “genocide” and “crimes against humanity.” Lesley M. M. Blume tells the story behind Hemingway's first published novel, The Sun Also Rises, in Everybody Behaves Badly. Novelist Russell Banks recounts some of his greatest travels in his first nonfiction book Voyager. Alvin and Lawrence Ubell are back to take your calls on the repair projects that have you stumped.