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History of the Armenian genocide goes online

Clark Professor Taner Akçam led the effort to publicize and digitize documents originally uncovered by a priest nearly 80 years ago.
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Ani Ohanian, Burcin Ozgur Gercek and Anna Aleksanyan with Taner Kam.

 

“Nearly 80 years ago, a priest traveled the world seeking evidence of a genocide that had killed his parents and siblings. More recently, a professor at Clark University in Worcester has published these damning documents, including “killing orders” from an Ottoman bureaucrat and ciphered telegrams.”

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