Atrocities were committed by forces on both sides of the conflict. Who could be capable of such atrocity?
noun, plural atrocities. 1. the quality or state of being atrocious. 2. an atrocious act, thing, or circumstance.
The Baltimore Amer- ican, of March 17, 1845, relates a similar case of atrocity, perpetrated with similar impunity--as fol- lows:--"~Shooting a slave.
Atrocity or Atrocities or Atrocious may refer to: Atrocity (band), a German metal band; Atrocities, the fourth album by Christian Death; Atrocious, a 2010 Spanish film
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1943, Declaration of the Four Nations on General Security: The United Kingdom, the United States and the Soviet Union have received from many quarters ...
Atrocity is a German heavy metal band from Ludwigsburg that formed in 1985.
pl.-·ties. atrocious behavior or condition; brutality, cruelty, etc. an atrocious act; Informal a very displeasing or tasteless thing; Origin of atrocity
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