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Armen Marsoobian’s May 29th talk about survival during the Armenian Genocide

Armen T. Marsoobian Southern Connecticut State University
Professor and Chair of Philosophy
Thursday May 29, 2014 7PM
Zohrab Information Center

@ Armenian Diocese
630 Second Avenue, NY
zohrabcenter@armeniandioce.org
(212) 686-0710
Resisting the Darkness The Story of an Islamized Armenian Family in Marzovan (Armenia) 1915-1919
Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center
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www.zohrabcenter.org
In the summer of 1915 Tsolag Dildilian and his family converted to Islam and adopted Turkish identity as a condition for remaining in their hometown of Marzovan (Merzifon) in north central Turkey. One of many “hidden Armenians,” they
postured as Muslim Turks in public but lived their Armenian Christian identity at home. In so doing they were able to rescue and hide significant numbers of young Armenian men and women during the Genocide. Dr. Marsoobian tells the story using
family memoirs, letters, and scores of historic photographs.
#Marzovan
Armen T. Marsoobian Southern Connecticut State University
Professor and Chair of Philosophy
Thursday May 29, 2014 7PM
Zohrab Information Center
@ Armenian Diocese
630 Second Avenue, NY
zohrabcenter@armeniandioce.org
(212) 686-0710

Gönderen: Nurhan Becidyan [nurhanbecidyan@gmail.com]

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