Armenian Genocide

Armenian Genocide est un documentaire américain tourné pour la télévision réalisé par Andrew Goldberg en 2006.


Ce documentaire retrace l'un des génocides du début du XXe siècle : le génocide arménien, qui a eu lieu de 1915 à 1916.

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