The History Files #87: The Armenian Genocide

45 mins - Published Sat, Apr 29, 2017 by Gordon Frye and Nancy Frye

Not all of our topics are hopeful or uplifting. Discussions of wars and man’s inhumanity to man are part of the study of history. In this episode we talk about a controversial chapter in world history, the Armenian Genocide, that overlaps WW1, but that we felt should be discussed separately.

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