1915 AGHET - The Armenian Genocide. Documentary.
Aug 29th, 2020 by ACU Podcast
1915 AGHET - The Armenian Genocide
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Hа русском языке ----- http://youtu.be/j9qdJF1fM7s
En français ---------------- http://youtu.be/e4espN71wZ0
Auf Deutsch -------------- http://youtu.be/R2SjH2R0BRM
Հայերեն ------------------ http://youtu.be/lRVQp3WvIxw
Photo documentary of worldwide witnesses--------- http://www.genocide-museum.am/eng/pho...
Turkish documentary: http://www.genocide-museum.am/eng/tur...
Подробный анализ предпосылок и причин организации и осуществления геноцида армян 1915г. в Османской Турции: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkYub...
AGHET -- A Genocide [produced by NDR (German public television)] is a new award-winning documentary made by German filmmaker Eric Friedler which compellingly proves the truth of the genocide of the Armenian people. Using the actual words of 23 German, American and other nationals who witnessed the events, and armed with archival materials, AGHET expertly takes on the challenge that PM Erdogan hurled at the world by stating: »Prove it.« AGHET incorporates never-before-seen footage and documents -- making it one of the best researched and presented documentaries on the Armenian Genocide. More than just a historic retelling of the Genocide, the film also delves into the ongoing campaign of denial that the Turkish government has mounted since these events occurred in World War I. AGHET was debuted on NDR in April, 2010. Friedler has assembled an impeccable cast, who bring to life the original texts of German and U.S. diplomatic dispatches and eyewitness accounts, interspersed with never-before-seen footage of the Genocide and its political aftermath. The film, applauded by Nobel Prize laureate Gunter Grass, has sparked renewed debate throughout Europe. It is now being showcased around the world on television, in major film festivals and has been seen by members of the U.S. Congress. AGHET represents a significant contribution to political and cultural awareness not only for Armenians worldwide, but also more importantly for the non-Armenian world community.