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Testimony Against the Genocides

There is Always an Option to say 'Yes' or 'No'

Voices in the wilderness

Voices in the wilderness

23 April 2002, 9pm
Milan, Italy, Casa della Cultura, Via Borgogna 3


Testimony

Franco Perlasca
On the figure of his father Giorgio

Misha Wegner
On the figure of his father Armin Theophil

Lectures

Salvatore Natoli Università degli Studi, Milano-Bicocca

Pietro Kuciukian Essayist, member of the Union of Armenians in Italy

Gabriele Nissim Essayist, President of the Gardens of the Righteous Worldwide Committee

Presentations

Proceedings of the international conference 30 November-1 December 2000 There is always an option to say 'yes' or 'no'. The Righteous against the Genocides of the Armenians and the Jews

Voci nel deserto Giusti e testimoni per gli armeni, a book by Pietro Kuciukian (Guerini e Associati editori)

23 April 2002

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Metz Yeghern

the genocide of the Armenians

In the framework of first world war (1914-1918), in the area of the Ottoman Empire, in Turkey, we witness the unfolding of the genocide of the Armenian people (1915 – 1923), the first of the Twentieth century. Through it the government of the "Young Turks", which seized power in 1908, carried out the elimination of the Armenian ethnic group, which has inhabited the Anatolic area since the Seventh century b.C..
In the memory of the Armenian people, and also according to the historian's estimates, two thirds of the Armenians of the Ottoman Empire, nearly 1,500,000 people, perished. Many were the children forced to convert to Islam and the women sent to the harems. The deportation and extermination of 1915 were preceded by the pogroms of 1894-96 planned by Sultan Abdul Hamid II and by those of 1909 carried out by the government of the "Young Turks".

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