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Armenian Genocide Testimony Collection
Making survivor testimonies available to the world
 
Dr. J. Michael Hagopian recorded nearly 400 eyewitness testimonies of Armenian Genocide survivors and witnesses on 16mm film from 1972 to 2005. These rare testimonies will now be made available to scholars, students and researchers online via USC Shoah Foundation Institute’s Visual History Archive. The VHA contains 52,000 Holocaust testimonies and is expanding to include testimonials from other genocides, including the Armenian Genocide -- making it one of the most comprehensive online archives in the world.

 
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Click on the links below for articles about the project in the USC Dornsife Magazine:
Documenting the Evidence
by Carla Garapedian
Understanding the Universal
by Alina Tugend

Remembering the Forgotten produced by the 
USC Shoah Foundation


Armenian Genocide Testimonies Project from Armenian Film Foundation on Vimeo.


How the Archive Works from Armenian Film Foundation on Vimeo.

Armenian Film Foundation
A legacy of excellence in documentary filmmaking on
Armenian heritage and the Armenian Genocide of 1915.
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