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Genocide Exhibition in Poland

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  • Genocide Exhibition in Poland

    Genocide Exhibition Shocks Polish People
    25.10.2005 00:08 GMT+04:00
    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ An exhibition titled “The First Holocaust of the 20th century” opened in the Polish town of Wraclaw today. Over 40 photos depicting the period of 1915-1918 were represented in the central square, PanARMENIAN.Net reporter in Poland informed. The exhibition attendees shuddered with horror at the sight of the white and black photos show common graves of Armenian soldiers serving in the army of the Ottoman Empire, the Armenian children in Mesopotamia, who survived the Genocide, and pictures of 20 hung Armenians, members of the Hnchakyan party. Meanwhile not all of those present were aware of the events of 1915-1923. Some Polish students heard of Armenian Genocide for the first time in their life. “Turkey must acknowledge the crime it committed,” one of the students said. A historian, who was also present at the exhibition stated, “Armenia must press for the international recognition of the Genocide.” Another exhibition presenting the photos of the ruined churches of the city of Ani also opened in Wroclaw today. The photos were taken last year during the search of lost Polish student Rafal Edrasik, who headed for Turkey via Armenia to make clear the causes of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict and confront them with the events of 1915. However during the period of May 24 and June 1, 2003 the student disappeared in the environs of Lake Van and his search has been fruitless so far.