Armenian Holocaust
June 4, 2001 5:46 PM   Subscribe

Armenian Holocaust - This was discussed earlier this year. I ran across this very well done flash site and was amazed at how presentation can affect one's views on a subject. Although aware of the story, it seems more real presented this way.
posted by revbrian (4 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I've been to a lot of sites highlighting activism. That's the best I've come across. Glad I stopped by.
posted by keithl at 7:55 PM on June 4, 2001

Good link, lot's of interesting information.

Off topic, sort of:

I actually thought that it was unfortunate that they decided to do it in Flash. It could have been far better without it and just as visually satisfying.

It's a matter of taste, I guess.
posted by lagado at 9:51 PM on June 4, 2001

There's a recently published memoir available about the Armenian Holocaust, called FORGOTTEN FIRE. The author's name is Adam Bagdasarian, and the whole story is based on his great-uncle's experiences. (Full disclosure: I work for the publisher.)

Not to overstate the value of reviews, given the recent film reviewer fiasco, but this book has been really well received and is definitely worth your time if you're interested.
posted by Pyth at 11:14 AM on June 5, 2001


I've been meaning to get my hands on "Forgotten Fire", but it's not carried in bookstores - online and off.

I'm in Canada.. will look on Amazon. Thanks for reminding me.
posted by Sarine at 10:06 AM on June 9, 2001

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