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Armenian National Archive publishes Genocide memories

The National Archives of Armenia have published a three-volume collection of Armenian Genocide memories recorded since 1916.

The book includes accounts of Armenian genocide survivors as well as those of Persians, Turks, Assyrians and Greeks, archive director Amatuni Virabyan said at a press conference on Wednesday.

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15.01.2013 19:47
I look forward to the English translation. There is no more effective discussion of the genocide than the words of those who experienced the horrors directly. Reading the stories will surely be terribly difficult, but keeping them away from the eyes of the world means they cannot be advocates and instruments of healing.
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