4 reviews for The Armenian Holocaust

  1. Carla in OR

    Your CD of your mother talking in 1986, in Colorado, about her experience with the ethnic cleansing in Armenia was amazing. I’ve listened to the recording twice. The sound quality was amazingly clear. It was marvelous to hear your mother’s voice and Robert Fisk’s commentary about the Armenian Holocaust (with a capital H). Your mother’s story was made even more emphatic by her charming accent and the prompting for English words in the background. It’s so important to record the voices of the earlier generations before they die so that our descendants get an idea of where they came from. I know my granddaughters have no idea what my grandparents’ lives were like in the Bronx and Brooklyn and since almost everyone from even my generation is dead, my memories are their only link.

  2. Shulamith in Seattle

    I’ll never forget being stuck in the parking lot at Trader Joe’s for what seemed like hours, riveted while listening to your mother’s story of her escape from the Armenian Genocide.

  3. John C. Watson

    The Turks also apparently went after the Assyrians.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocides_in_history#Ottoman_Empire.2FTurkey

  4. george beres

    As an American of Greek heritage, I’ve known that my ancestors of the late 1800s were victims of Turkish genocide just as the Armenians were. Turkey continues to maintain the obvious lie that it is not guilty of that mass murder. Turkey is guilty, and I challenge the Turkish murderers in behalf of Greeks, as well as Armenians. – George Beres in Eugene, Oregon

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