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I think you are indeed thinking of the Huguenots. They were mostly in the south and the revocation of the Edict of Nantes (Edict of Fontainebleu 1685) specifically exiled Protestant (i.e., Huguenot) pastors and forbade other Protestants from leaving the country. However, over the next quarter-century or so, 200,000-1,000,000 Protestants left (roughly ...


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The usual pattern is that a concentration camp was built a bit 'into the woods' and then named after the nearest town, village or geographical feature. (One exception may be "Arbeitsdorf", ie: 'labour village'.) For Jadovno it is the exact same thing. Jadovno is situated in the former županija Lika-Krbava (County). Which is and was quite thinly ...


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Apparently 'yes', albeit a very tiny fringe position. The main thrust within this movement was indeed 'anti-' and directed within Japanese society on itself from a leftist perspective, but not as thoroughly 'self-exterminating' as in ' direct extended mass suicide' as the quote may seem. Although the original formulator of the very idea may have it intended ...


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