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Armenian Genocide Survivor's Personal Story





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Published on Apr 24, 2012

Interviewer: Aram Karakashian, M.D.
Interviewee: Bedros Sarkis Karakashian

A son asks his father about his experiences in Marash, his home town in the Ottoman Empire, as they occurred during the Armenian Genocide. The city is now known as Kahramanmarash, Turkey.

This video is the second of two interviews; it addresses serious issues. It is made for both Armenian and Turkish audiences.

Language: Armenian (Western dialect); some portions repeated in Turkish (Eastern Anatolian dialect)

Bedros Karakashian: born in 1910, in the city of Marash, Ottoman Empire.

Original video: 8 mm tape; recorded on April 29, 2000.
Digital video: VHS (copy) to DVD; DVD-Video encoded to WMV video after editing.

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