The Greatest Crime of the War The Armenian Genocide During World War I
The mass murder of the Armenian people in Anatolia, now referred to by most historians and human rights organizations as "The Armenian Genocide," destroyed a civilization that had resided in Anatolia for thousands of years. The killing of 1-1.5 million Armenians ocurred mostly in 1915-1916 during World War I, but continued sporadically after the war until 1923.
The Greatest Crime of the War: The Armenian Genocide During World War I recounts the history of the genocide and the conditions which let to it. The exhibition also explores the legacy of the Armenian Genocide.
- Exhibition includes 21 free standing panels/units, teacher guide
- Exhibition ships in 4 crates
- Loan fee - $1000 (plus freight)