The discussion of the ethics of war goes back to the Greeks and Romans
In the Christian tradition war ethics were developed by St Augustine, and later by St Thomas Aquinas and others.
Julius Ceasar`s campaign against the Helvetii, the Cetlic inhabitants of modern Switzerland about 60% of the tribe was killed, and another 20% was taken into slavery.
Ancient Assyria began to use mass-deportation as a punishment for rebellions since the 13th century. By the 9th century the Assyrians made it a habit of regularly deporting thousands of restless subjects to other lands.
Nazi administration in Germany under Adolph Hitler. When an area under Nazi control had its entire Jewish population removed, whether by driving the population out or by deportation to Concentration Camps , and/or murder. 6 million Jews were killed.…
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