Book of Discussions in The House of Lords On The Genocide Published

YEREVAN (Armenpress)–A book–entitled "Parliamentary discussion about the Armenian Genocide in the House of Lords of the Great Britain" written by an Armenian historian and head of the Armenian Genocide Museum Lavrenty Barseghian–has been published by the museum.

The book describes the discussions of April 14–1999 at the House of Lords–when Baroness Cox addressed the government to review the decision of not recognizing the Armenian Genocide of 1915. Cox delivered a speech and presented different facts–insisting that the crime committed by Turkey at the beginning of the century should be recognized as a genocide.

The answers and facts put presented by the Lords are presented in the book as well.


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