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Genocide Archive Project Launched Second DVD on Armenian Genocide

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Genocide Archive Project, Inc. launched its second educational DVD, titled "1915 Turkish Genocide of the Armenians," specifically to educate students, teachers, and lawmakers. Hundreds of these DVD were hand-delivered to members of the U.S. Congress during March and April of this year by the two major Armenian advocacy groups based in Washington, D.C.



The DVD "1915 Turkish Genocide of the Armenians" consists of a powerful documentary and survivor accounts, detailing cause, implementation, German complicity, and aftermath of this World War I genocide. World indifference towards this progenitor of modern state-sponsored genocide led directly to its repetition by Nazi Germany against European Jews and other groups.



This DVD is available to the general public, by contacting the Genocide Archive Project via email at dbd@urartu.sdpa.org.



The Genocide Archive Project is a non-profit foundation dedicated to educating the general public on genocide and related acts of mass extermination, in particular through its unique digital archives and wide range of academic resources.
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