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Year of Book
On April 23 the temporary exhibition titled “Book as a Witness of the Genocide” was opened in the Armenian Genocide Museum and Institute.
On May 23 the presentation of the English and Armenian editions of Clara Barton’s "American Relief Expedition to Asia Minor under the Red Cross" report (1896) took place in the Armenian Genocide Museum.
The Armenian Genocide Museum and Institute has published Hampartzoum Chitjian’s memoirs “A Hair’s Breadth from Death” in Russian translation.
The Armenian Genocide Museum and Institute has reprinted the Russian translation of the Armenian-American writer Margarit Ajemyan-Ahnert’s book “The knock at the door”.
The monograph by Hayk Demoyan “Armenian National Symbols” has been published in Armenian.
The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute has published the monograph by Gevorg Vardanyan “The Greek Population in the Ottoman Empire and the Asia Minor Disaster (1914 - 1923)”.
The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute has published the monograph by Göran Gunner “Armenian Genocide through the eyes of the Swedish people”.
The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute has published the monograph by Tigran Kalaydjian “Sentinel of Truth”.
The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Published the Monograph “Recognition and Condemnation: Young Turks Trials (1919-1921 and 1926) by Meline Anumyan
The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute has published the volume “From Dardanelles to Palestine” by Sargis Torosian, memoirs of an exceptional significance.
TO KEEP THE MEMORY OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE ALIVE
Special Projects Implemented by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation
AGMI ANNOUNCES 2019
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TRANSFER YOUR MEMORY
Share your family story, Transfer your memory to generations.
On the eve of April 24, the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute undertakes an initiative “transfer your memory”.
The seven commemorative medals dedicated to the Armenian Genocide depict the massacres of the Armenians, the roads of exile, the Armenian intelligentsia and the plundered temples.
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