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Photos of Armenian Genocide




Armenian leader Papasian looking at the human remains of the terrible massacres at Der-el-Zor in 1915-1916.
Other bones have been washed away by the Euphrates
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Euphrates near Deir-el-Zor, where so many of the deported were murdered.
The river hides dark memories
Collection of Bodil Biorn



National feast, dancers at St. Garabed
(4-17th centuries, fully destroyed in 1915)
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Part of the large refugee camp in Aleppo, where about 12 000 people were living
Collection of Bodil Biorn



A poor Armenian widow with her skinny little boy
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Four generations in an Armenian refugee home in Beirut
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Bodil Biorn's fostered son Rupen, Mush
Collection of Bodil Biorn



A poor Armenian vagrant family who received help
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Nurse Bodil Bodil on "Olaf"
Collection of Bodil Biorn



"One of the classes in the day-school in Mush with their teacher Margarid"
The teacher Margarid Nalbanchian and
most of the 120 children of the day-school were murdered in 1915".
The quoted text was written by Bodil Biorn in verso of the photo.
They all were murdered in 1915
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Chatschig from Siareb, a village near Mush, one of our boys.
He was murdered in the massacres
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Some of little Armenians girls with their dolls
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Ten children who had new clothes made for them for Christmas
1908 for money sent from a local group of WMW in Norway
Collection of Bodil Biorn



The holy tomb of John Babtizers in St. Garabed
(4th century, fully destroyed in 1915)
Collection of Bodil Biorn



The Monastary St. Garabed (4th century, fully destroyed in 1915)
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Widow Ankin Aslanjan
Norwegian State archive



Armenian woman Arek Manukyan with her children, Mush 1916
Collection of Bodil Biorn
Norwegian State archive




Widow Gulo Bedrossian
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Widow Jeghsa Jeghiasarian
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Widow Jeghsa Jeghiasarian
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Widow Jevnige Harutunian
Collection of Bodil Biorn



Widow Mawie Bedrossian
Collection of Bodil Biorn




Widow Rejas Harutyunyan with her children, Mush 1916
Collection of Bodil Biorn
Norwegian State archive



Widow Shushan Sarkissian
Collection of Bodil Biorn






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