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What is a Timestream?

Timestream is an educational software that enables Genocide Watch to create detailed, interactive timelines for case studies. Our Timestreams chronologically map events of historical or emerging genocides and genocidal conflicts. Timestreams are intended to be educational resources for anyone seeking a better understanding of past and current genocides and how they unfold.  

How Do I Use it?

  • Click "View Timestream" to access a Timestream then open the downloaded Powerpoint of the presentation.

  • Advance the Timestream by clicking on the next slide in the Powerpoint. 

  • For Teachers: Powerpoint presentations are available for download. 

  • Use Powerpoint controls to create Slideshows, narrate and record slideshows, and distribute them to students.

DISCLAIMER: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the timeline content are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of Ntrepid, LLC or any Ntrepid affiliates.  Timeline content may be subject to change without prior notice.  All timeline content is provided “as is” and without any representation or warranty, express or implied, with respect to the content provided therein.

Timestream by Ntrepid is a collaborative investigation timeline and presentation platform.

Explore Genocide Watch Timestreams

Dots represent Timestreams about historic genocides and genocidal conflicts. Click on dots for summaries and authors.

Herero and Namaqua Genocide


Laura Drysdale and Kat Baron

1937 Haitian Massacre


Sarah Kane

Sri Lankan Civil War and Genocide


Genocide Watch

Wounded Knee Timestream


Eli Szydlo, Nathaniel Hill, & Sarah Kane

Tibetan Genocide


Shari Gordnier & Nikhil Samuel

The Spanish Civil War


Noelle Jones & Sarah West

The Holodomor


Faith Marie Stahl

Ethiopia's Genocides


Nat Hill & Deanna Wilken



Anna Killen, Holly Scala, Sarah Kane

Nanjing Genocide


Jessa Mellea, Faith Marie Stahl, Gargi Upmanyu; (Art by Li Hu)

Rwanda Genocide


Anna Killen, Holly Scala

East Timor Genocide


Sarah Kane

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