1915 AGHET - THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

Documentary about the Armenian genocide in 1915 which Turkey denies down to the present day. The documentation is based on reports of, amongst others, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Berlin, the American National Archives, the Library of Congress and archives in France, Denmark, Sweden, Armenia, Russia and Turkey. These documents, hidden for a long time in order not to harm Turkey, leave absolutely no room for doubt about the reality of the Armenian genocide.

Location: Arrmenia
Date: 2010
Name of the podcaster:  Eric Friedler, NDR
Credits: Eric Friedler, NDR

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