Black Book of Humanity Published in France

YEREVAN(Armenpress)–The Paris-based publishing house "Priva" recently published–"The Black Book of Humanity," which presents the history of mass murders around the world. The editor of the compilation or works is the director of the Holocaust Institute of Jerusalem–Professor Israel Charni.

The essays about the Armenian Genocide and massacres were written by prominent historians Vahakn Dadrian and Yves Ternon. The editor of Armenian section was Ruben Adalian–the director of National Armenian Institute in Washington.

The 720-page book opens up with a 80-page section–which contains the terminology regarding the mass murders–while the second section contains 170 articles–15 of which are dedicated to the Armenian Genocide.

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