AGBU Commemorates the 93rd Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide

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Recently, AGBU has made available a selection of rare Armenian Genocide-era photographs from the world-renowned AGBU Nubarian Library of Paris on the organization’s newly launched flickr page (flickr.com/agbu).
Over time more and more images will be added to this accessible archive and we hope that everyone will feel welcome to tag, email, blog and comment on these priceless windows into our history.
Established by AGBU founder Boghos Nubar in 1928, the AGBU Nubarian Library has an extensive collection of 10,000 photographs, 1,000 periodicals from the 19th & 20th centuries, 40,000 books on Armenian history and over 500,000 documents that offer insight into the modern history of the Armenian people.
The library is open to international researchers and journalists interested in learning more about AGBU and Armenian history during the 20th Century.
It is an important resource that will ensure that we don’t forget.

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