“Frequent Deaths”: The Colonial Development of Concentration Camps Reconsidered, 1868–1974

  title={“Frequent Deaths”: The Colonial Development of Concentration Camps Reconsidered, 1868–1974},
  author={Andreas Stucki},
  journal={Journal of Genocide Research},
  pages={305 - 326}
  • A. Stucki
  • Published 6 February 2018
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Genocide Research
ABSTRACT This article sheds new light on the development of concentration camps in colonial warfare in the longue durée from 1868 to 1974. Introducing different examples of forced removal and deportation in the Spanish and Portuguese empires, the analysis emphasizes their interrelation, highlighting possible transfers of knowledge that have been neglected in comparative discussions. Specifically, the article reassesses the Cuban experience of concentrating civilians in times of war (1868–98… 
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