Anjar: Flowers, Goats and Heroes

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[Speaking Armenian] [Speaking Armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: "MY DARLING [Speaking Armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: "MY DARLINGDAUGHTER NOURA, YOUR FATHER AND >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY DARLINGDAUGHTER NOURA, YOUR FATHER AND >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY DARLINGDAUGHTER NOURA, YOUR FATHER ANDI MISS YOU TERRIBLY.

DAUGHTER NOURA, YOUR FATHER ANDI MISS YOU TERRIBLY.

DAUGHTER NOURA, YOUR FATHER ANDI MISS YOU TERRIBLY.

WE THINK IT IS TIME FOR YOU I MISS YOU TERRIBLY.

WE THINK IT IS TIME FOR YOU I MISS YOU TERRIBLY.

WE THINK IT IS TIME FOR YOUTO COME HOME.

WE THINK IT IS TIME FOR YOUTO COME HOME.

WE THINK IT IS TIME FOR YOUTO COME HOME.

I AM SORRY TO TELL YOU SARIG TO COME HOME.

I AM SORRY TO TELL YOU SARIG TO COME HOME.

I AM SORRY TO TELL YOU SARIGNENE PASSED AWAY.

I AM SORRY TO TELL YOU SARIGNENE PASSED AWAY.

I AM SORRY TO TELL YOU SARIGNENE PASSED AWAY.

SOON ALL THE OLD PEOPLE YOU NENE PASSED AWAY.

SOON ALL THE OLD PEOPLE YOU NENE PASSED AWAY.

SOON ALL THE OLD PEOPLE YOULOVED AS A CHILD WILL DISAPPEAR SOON ALL THE OLD PEOPLE YOULOVED AS A CHILD WILL DISAPPEAR SOON ALL THE OLD PEOPLE YOULOVED AS A CHILD WILL DISAPPEARONE BY ONE.

" LOVED AS A CHILD WILL DISAPPEARONE BY ONE.

" LOVED AS A CHILD WILL DISAPPEARONE BY ONE.

"[Soft music playing] ONE BY ONE.

"[Soft music playing] ONE BY ONE.

"[Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: "COME HOME [Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: "COME HOME [Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: "COME HOMEWITH YOUR CAMERA TO DOCUMENT >> Noura Kevorkian: "COME HOMEWITH YOUR CAMERA TO DOCUMENT >> Noura Kevorkian: "COME HOMEWITH YOUR CAMERA TO DOCUMENTAND RECORD THE STORIES OF WITH YOUR CAMERA TO DOCUMENTAND RECORD THE STORIES OF WITH YOUR CAMERA TO DOCUMENTAND RECORD THE STORIES OFTHE ELDERS, THE HEROIC STORIES AND RECORD THE STORIES OFTHE ELDERS, THE HEROIC STORIES AND RECORD THE STORIES OFTHE ELDERS, THE HEROIC STORIESOF YOUR VILLAGE ANJAR THE ELDERS, THE HEROIC STORIESOF YOUR VILLAGE ANJAR THE ELDERS, THE HEROIC STORIESOF YOUR VILLAGE ANJARAND THE HISTORY OF YOUR PEOPLE.

OF YOUR VILLAGE ANJARAND THE HISTORY OF YOUR PEOPLE.

OF YOUR VILLAGE ANJARAND THE HISTORY OF YOUR PEOPLE.

COME BACK SOON BEFORE IT'S TOO AND THE HISTORY OF YOUR PEOPLE.

COME BACK SOON BEFORE IT'S TOO AND THE HISTORY OF YOUR PEOPLE.

COME BACK SOON BEFORE IT'S TOOLATE.

COME BACK SOON BEFORE IT'S TOOLATE.

COME BACK SOON BEFORE IT'S TOOLATE.

WITH LOVE, YOUR PRAYING LATE.

WITH LOVE, YOUR PRAYING LATE.

WITH LOVE, YOUR PRAYINGMOTHER DZAGHIG.

" WITH LOVE, YOUR PRAYINGMOTHER DZAGHIG.

" MOTHER DZAGHIG.

" [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I >> Noura Kevorkian: IAM GOING BACK TO LEBANON TO MY >> Noura Kevorkian: IAM GOING BACK TO LEBANON TO MYVILLAGE ANJAR FOR THE AM GOING BACK TO LEBANON TO MYVILLAGE ANJAR FOR THE AM GOING BACK TO LEBANON TO MYVILLAGE ANJAR FOR THEFIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS.

VILLAGE ANJAR FOR THEFIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS.

VILLAGE ANJAR FOR THEFIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS.

[Armenian music continues] FIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS.

[Armenian music continues] FIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS.

[Armenian music continues]>> Noura Kevorkian: 15 YEARS [Armenian music continues]>> Noura Kevorkian: 15 YEARS [Armenian music continues]>> Noura Kevorkian: 15 YEARSAGO, I PASSED THROUGH THESE >> Noura Kevorkian: 15 YEARSAGO, I PASSED THROUGH THESE >> Noura Kevorkian: 15 YEARSAGO, I PASSED THROUGH THESEMOUNTAINS ON MY WAY TO CANADA TO AGO, I PASSED THROUGH THESEMOUNTAINS ON MY WAY TO CANADA TO AGO, I PASSED THROUGH THESEMOUNTAINS ON MY WAY TO CANADA TOLEAVE BEHIND THE HORRORS OF THE MOUNTAINS ON MY WAY TO CANADA TOLEAVE BEHIND THE HORRORS OF THE MOUNTAINS ON MY WAY TO CANADA TOLEAVE BEHIND THE HORRORS OF THELEBANESE CIVIL WAR THAT TORE MY LEAVE BEHIND THE HORRORS OF THELEBANESE CIVIL WAR THAT TORE MY LEAVE BEHIND THE HORRORS OF THELEBANESE CIVIL WAR THAT TORE MYCOUNTRY APART.

LEBANESE CIVIL WAR THAT TORE MYCOUNTRY APART.

COUNTRY APART.

>> Noura Kevorkian: THESE ROCKS >> Noura Kevorkian: THESE ROCKSHAUNT ME WITH BLACK GOATS >> Noura Kevorkian: THESE ROCKSHAUNT ME WITH BLACK GOATSROAMING AT NIGHT CARRYING ME HAUNT ME WITH BLACK GOATSROAMING AT NIGHT CARRYING ME HAUNT ME WITH BLACK GOATSROAMING AT NIGHT CARRYING MEBACK TO MEMORIES, STORIES, ROAMING AT NIGHT CARRYING MEBACK TO MEMORIES, STORIES, ROAMING AT NIGHT CARRYING MEBACK TO MEMORIES, STORIES,FACES, AND NIGHTMARES OF THE BACK TO MEMORIES, STORIES,FACES, AND NIGHTMARES OF THE BACK TO MEMORIES, STORIES,FACES, AND NIGHTMARES OF THEARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

FACES, AND NIGHTMARES OF THEARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

ARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

[Tractor rumbling] [Tractor rumbling]>> Noura Kevorkian: I NEVER [Tractor rumbling]>> Noura Kevorkian: I NEVERTHOUGHT I WOULD RETURN TO >> Noura Kevorkian: I NEVERTHOUGHT I WOULD RETURN TO >> Noura Kevorkian: I NEVERTHOUGHT I WOULD RETURN TO ANJAR, BUT MY MOTHER IS THOUGHT I WOULD RETURN TO ANJAR, BUT MY MOTHER IS THOUGHT I WOULD RETURN TO ANJAR, BUT MY MOTHER ISCALLING ME BACK.

ANJAR, BUT MY MOTHER ISCALLING ME BACK.

ANJAR, BUT MY MOTHER ISCALLING ME BACK.

IT SEEMS ANJAR HAS NOT CALLING ME BACK.

IT SEEMS ANJAR HAS NOT CALLING ME BACK.

IT SEEMS ANJAR HAS NOTCHANGED MUCH SINCE I LEFT.

IT SEEMS ANJAR HAS NOTCHANGED MUCH SINCE I LEFT.

IT SEEMS ANJAR HAS NOTCHANGED MUCH SINCE I LEFT.

[Armenian music continues] CHANGED MUCH SINCE I LEFT.

[Armenian music continues] [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I REMEMBER >> Noura Kevorkian: I REMEMBERWALKING ON THIS DUSTY ROAD >> Noura Kevorkian: I REMEMBERWALKING ON THIS DUSTY ROADHOLDING MY MOTHER'S HAND AS A WALKING ON THIS DUSTY ROADHOLDING MY MOTHER'S HAND AS A WALKING ON THIS DUSTY ROADHOLDING MY MOTHER'S HAND AS ALITTLE GIRL TO GO VISIT AN OLD HOLDING MY MOTHER'S HAND AS ALITTLE GIRL TO GO VISIT AN OLD HOLDING MY MOTHER'S HAND AS ALITTLE GIRL TO GO VISIT AN OLDWOMAN NAMED SARIG NENE, LITTLE GIRL TO GO VISIT AN OLDWOMAN NAMED SARIG NENE, LITTLE GIRL TO GO VISIT AN OLDWOMAN NAMED SARIG NENE,THE WOMAN MY MOTHER WROTE WOMAN NAMED SARIG NENE,THE WOMAN MY MOTHER WROTE WOMAN NAMED SARIG NENE,THE WOMAN MY MOTHER WROTEME ABOUT IN HER LETTER.

THE WOMAN MY MOTHER WROTEME ABOUT IN HER LETTER.

THE WOMAN MY MOTHER WROTEME ABOUT IN HER LETTER.

THE WOMAN WHO DIED.

ME ABOUT IN HER LETTER.

THE WOMAN WHO DIED.

ME ABOUT IN HER LETTER.

THE WOMAN WHO DIED.

SARIG NENE LIVED ALONE.

THE WOMAN WHO DIED.

SARIG NENE LIVED ALONE.

THE WOMAN WHO DIED.

SARIG NENE LIVED ALONE.

HER GARDEN WAS MY FAVOURITE IN SARIG NENE LIVED ALONE.

HER GARDEN WAS MY FAVOURITE IN SARIG NENE LIVED ALONE.

HER GARDEN WAS MY FAVOURITE INALL OF ANJAR.

HER GARDEN WAS MY FAVOURITE INALL OF ANJAR.

HER GARDEN WAS MY FAVOURITE INALL OF ANJAR.

[Birds chirping] ALL OF ANJAR.

[Birds chirping] ALL OF ANJAR.

[Birds chirping] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HAD [Birds chirping] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HAD [Birds chirping] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HADBEAUTIFUL FLOWERS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HADBEAUTIFUL FLOWERS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HADBEAUTIFUL FLOWERS.

[Armenian music playing] BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS.

[Armenian music playing] [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THIS WAS HER >> Noura Kevorkian: THIS WAS HERHOUSE, ONE ROOM WITH A BLUE >> Noura Kevorkian: THIS WAS HERHOUSE, ONE ROOM WITH A BLUEDOOR.

HOUSE, ONE ROOM WITH A BLUEDOOR.

HOUSE, ONE ROOM WITH A BLUEDOOR.

NOW, SHE IS GONE.

DOOR.

NOW, SHE IS GONE.

DOOR.

NOW, SHE IS GONE.

I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME I NOW, SHE IS GONE.

I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME I NOW, SHE IS GONE.

I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME IMET SARIG NENE.

I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME IMET SARIG NENE.

I REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME IMET SARIG NENE.

IT WAS RIGHT HERE.

MET SARIG NENE.

IT WAS RIGHT HERE.

MET SARIG NENE.

IT WAS RIGHT HERE.

SHE WAS WATERING HER FLOWERS.

IT WAS RIGHT HERE.

SHE WAS WATERING HER FLOWERS.

IT WAS RIGHT HERE.

SHE WAS WATERING HER FLOWERS.

I WAS EIGHT YEARS OLD.

SHE WAS WATERING HER FLOWERS.

I WAS EIGHT YEARS OLD.

SHE WAS WATERING HER FLOWERS.

I WAS EIGHT YEARS OLD.

[Movie reel clicking] I WAS EIGHT YEARS OLD.

[Movie reel clicking] I WAS EIGHT YEARS OLD.

[Movie reel clicking][Armenian music playing] [Movie reel clicking][Armenian music playing] [Armenian music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FAMILY >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FAMILYMOVED TO ANJAR WHEN I >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FAMILYMOVED TO ANJAR WHEN IWAS A LITTLE GIRL.

MOVED TO ANJAR WHEN IWAS A LITTLE GIRL.

MOVED TO ANJAR WHEN IWAS A LITTLE GIRL.

[Armenian music playing] WAS A LITTLE GIRL.

[Armenian music playing] WAS A LITTLE GIRL.

[Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHER, [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHER, [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHER,BARKEV, WAS BORN IN BEIRUT, >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHER,BARKEV, WAS BORN IN BEIRUT, >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHER,BARKEV, WAS BORN IN BEIRUT,LEBANON.

BARKEV, WAS BORN IN BEIRUT,LEBANON.

BARKEV, WAS BORN IN BEIRUT,LEBANON.

MY MOTHER, DZAGHIG, WAS LEBANON.

MY MOTHER, DZAGHIG, WAS LEBANON.

MY MOTHER, DZAGHIG, WASBORN IN ALEPPO, MY MOTHER, DZAGHIG, WASBORN IN ALEPPO, MY MOTHER, DZAGHIG, WASBORN IN ALEPPO,SYRIA.

BORN IN ALEPPO,SYRIA.

BORN IN ALEPPO,SYRIA.

IN THE LATE '50s, THEY MET IN SYRIA.

IN THE LATE '50s, THEY MET IN SYRIA.

IN THE LATE '50s, THEY MET IN ALEPPO.

IN THE LATE '50s, THEY MET IN ALEPPO.

IN THE LATE '50s, THEY MET IN ALEPPO.

[Armenian music continues] ALEPPO.

[Armenian music continues] [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY THREE >> Noura Kevorkian: MY THREEELDER SISTERS AND I WERE BORN IN >> Noura Kevorkian: MY THREEELDER SISTERS AND I WERE BORN IN ALEPPO.

ELDER SISTERS AND I WERE BORN IN ALEPPO.

ELDER SISTERS AND I WERE BORN IN ALEPPO.

I WAS ONE YEAR OLD WHEN WE ALEPPO.

I WAS ONE YEAR OLD WHEN WE ALEPPO.

I WAS ONE YEAR OLD WHEN WEMOVED TO BEIRUT.

I WAS ONE YEAR OLD WHEN WEMOVED TO BEIRUT.

I WAS ONE YEAR OLD WHEN WEMOVED TO BEIRUT.

[Cars rumbling, horns honking] MOVED TO BEIRUT.

[Cars rumbling, horns honking] MOVED TO BEIRUT.

[Cars rumbling, horns honking]>> Noura Kevorkian: A YEAR [Cars rumbling, horns honking]>> Noura Kevorkian: A YEAR [Cars rumbling, horns honking]>> Noura Kevorkian: A YEARLATER WE HAD A NEW BABY SISTER.

>> Noura Kevorkian: A YEARLATER WE HAD A NEW BABY SISTER.

>> Noura Kevorkian: A YEARLATER WE HAD A NEW BABY SISTER.

MOTHER NAMED HER GRETTA.

LATER WE HAD A NEW BABY SISTER.

MOTHER NAMED HER GRETTA.

LATER WE HAD A NEW BABY SISTER.

MOTHER NAMED HER GRETTA.

SHE WAS AN ADORABLE CHILD, I MOTHER NAMED HER GRETTA.

SHE WAS AN ADORABLE CHILD, I MOTHER NAMED HER GRETTA.

SHE WAS AN ADORABLE CHILD, ILOVED HER SO MUCH.

SHE WAS AN ADORABLE CHILD, ILOVED HER SO MUCH.

SHE WAS AN ADORABLE CHILD, ILOVED HER SO MUCH.

SHE WAS MY LITTLE DOLL.

LOVED HER SO MUCH.

SHE WAS MY LITTLE DOLL.

LOVED HER SO MUCH.

SHE WAS MY LITTLE DOLL.

NOW WE WERE FIVE GIRLS, SERENA, SHE WAS MY LITTLE DOLL.

NOW WE WERE FIVE GIRLS, SERENA, SHE WAS MY LITTLE DOLL.

NOW WE WERE FIVE GIRLS, SERENA,IRMA, BERTA, NOURA AND GRETTA.

NOW WE WERE FIVE GIRLS, SERENA,IRMA, BERTA, NOURA AND GRETTA.

NOW WE WERE FIVE GIRLS, SERENA,IRMA, BERTA, NOURA AND GRETTA.

[Children laughing] IRMA, BERTA, NOURA AND GRETTA.

[Children laughing] IRMA, BERTA, NOURA AND GRETTA.

[Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHER [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHER [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHERCLAIMED SHE DID NOT PURPOSELY >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHERCLAIMED SHE DID NOT PURPOSELY >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHERCLAIMED SHE DID NOT PURPOSELYRHYME OUR NAMES TO END IN THE CLAIMED SHE DID NOT PURPOSELYRHYME OUR NAMES TO END IN THE CLAIMED SHE DID NOT PURPOSELYRHYME OUR NAMES TO END IN THELETTER A, BUT NO ONE BELIEVED RHYME OUR NAMES TO END IN THELETTER A, BUT NO ONE BELIEVED RHYME OUR NAMES TO END IN THELETTER A, BUT NO ONE BELIEVEDHER.

LETTER A, BUT NO ONE BELIEVEDHER.

LETTER A, BUT NO ONE BELIEVEDHER.

A YEAR LATER IN THE SUMMER OF HER.

A YEAR LATER IN THE SUMMER OF HER.

A YEAR LATER IN THE SUMMER OF1974, WE MOVED TO ANJAR.

A YEAR LATER IN THE SUMMER OF1974, WE MOVED TO ANJAR.

A YEAR LATER IN THE SUMMER OF1974, WE MOVED TO ANJAR.

[Armenian music playing] 1974, WE MOVED TO ANJAR.

[Armenian music playing] 1974, WE MOVED TO ANJAR.

[Armenian music playing] [Rooster crowing] [Armenian music playing] [Rooster crowing] [Armenian music playing] [Rooster crowing]>> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR IS [Rooster crowing]>> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR IS [Rooster crowing]>> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR ISA SMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGE IN THE >> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR ISA SMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGE IN THE >> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR ISA SMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGE IN THEBEKA VALLEY IN LEBANON.

A SMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGE IN THEBEKA VALLEY IN LEBANON.

A SMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGE IN THEBEKA VALLEY IN LEBANON.

[Armenian music continues] BEKA VALLEY IN LEBANON.

[Armenian music continues] BEKA VALLEY IN LEBANON.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SMALL ENOUGH [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SMALL ENOUGH [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SMALL ENOUGHTHAT EVEN CHILDREN COULD WALK >> Noura Kevorkian: SMALL ENOUGHTHAT EVEN CHILDREN COULD WALK >> Noura Kevorkian: SMALL ENOUGHTHAT EVEN CHILDREN COULD WALKAROUND THE VILLAGE IN A FEW THAT EVEN CHILDREN COULD WALKAROUND THE VILLAGE IN A FEW THAT EVEN CHILDREN COULD WALKAROUND THE VILLAGE IN A FEWHOURS TIME.

AROUND THE VILLAGE IN A FEWHOURS TIME.

AROUND THE VILLAGE IN A FEWHOURS TIME.

DURING THE HOT LONG SUMMER DAYS HOURS TIME.

DURING THE HOT LONG SUMMER DAYS HOURS TIME.

DURING THE HOT LONG SUMMER DAYSIN ANJAR, MY MOTHER DURING THE HOT LONG SUMMER DAYSIN ANJAR, MY MOTHER DURING THE HOT LONG SUMMER DAYSIN ANJAR, MY MOTHERDIDN'T ALLOW ME TO PLAY OUTSIDE.

IN ANJAR, MY MOTHERDIDN'T ALLOW ME TO PLAY OUTSIDE.

IN ANJAR, MY MOTHERDIDN'T ALLOW ME TO PLAY OUTSIDE.

I COULDN'T WATCH TELEVISION.

DIDN'T ALLOW ME TO PLAY OUTSIDE.

I COULDN'T WATCH TELEVISION.

DIDN'T ALLOW ME TO PLAY OUTSIDE.

I COULDN'T WATCH TELEVISION.

I HAD NOTHING ELSE TO DO BUT I COULDN'T WATCH TELEVISION.

I HAD NOTHING ELSE TO DO BUT I COULDN'T WATCH TELEVISION.

I HAD NOTHING ELSE TO DO BUTWALK WITH HER TO VISIT THE I HAD NOTHING ELSE TO DO BUTWALK WITH HER TO VISIT THE I HAD NOTHING ELSE TO DO BUTWALK WITH HER TO VISIT THEHOMES OF HER NEW FOUND FRIENDS WALK WITH HER TO VISIT THEHOMES OF HER NEW FOUND FRIENDS WALK WITH HER TO VISIT THEHOMES OF HER NEW FOUND FRIENDSAND THE ENDLESS NUMBER OF OLD HOMES OF HER NEW FOUND FRIENDSAND THE ENDLESS NUMBER OF OLD HOMES OF HER NEW FOUND FRIENDSAND THE ENDLESS NUMBER OF OLDPEOPLE WHO LIVED IN THE AND THE ENDLESS NUMBER OF OLDPEOPLE WHO LIVED IN THE AND THE ENDLESS NUMBER OF OLDPEOPLE WHO LIVED IN THEVILLAGE.

PEOPLE WHO LIVED IN THEVILLAGE.

VILLAGE.

[Speaking armenian] [Speaking armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: AT THE [Speaking armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: AT THETIME, I HATED MY MOTHER FOR NOT >> Noura Kevorkian: AT THETIME, I HATED MY MOTHER FOR NOT >> Noura Kevorkian: AT THETIME, I HATED MY MOTHER FOR NOTLETTING ME GO OUT TO PLAY.

TIME, I HATED MY MOTHER FOR NOTLETTING ME GO OUT TO PLAY.

TIME, I HATED MY MOTHER FOR NOTLETTING ME GO OUT TO PLAY.

[Speaking Armenian language] LETTING ME GO OUT TO PLAY.

[Speaking Armenian language] LETTING ME GO OUT TO PLAY.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HATED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HATED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HATEDBEING DRAGGED TO VISIT OLD >> Noura Kevorkian: I HATEDBEING DRAGGED TO VISIT OLD >> Noura Kevorkian: I HATEDBEING DRAGGED TO VISIT OLDPEOPLE ALL DAY LONG.

BEING DRAGGED TO VISIT OLDPEOPLE ALL DAY LONG.

BEING DRAGGED TO VISIT OLDPEOPLE ALL DAY LONG.

I EVEN HATED THAT I HAD TO CALL PEOPLE ALL DAY LONG.

I EVEN HATED THAT I HAD TO CALL PEOPLE ALL DAY LONG.

I EVEN HATED THAT I HAD TO CALLEVERY OLD WOMAN IN I EVEN HATED THAT I HAD TO CALLEVERY OLD WOMAN IN I EVEN HATED THAT I HAD TO CALLEVERY OLD WOMAN IN ANJAR "NENE", AND EVERY OLD WOMAN IN ANJAR "NENE", AND EVERY OLD WOMAN IN ANJAR "NENE", ANDEVERY OLD MAN "BABOOG," LOCAL ANJAR "NENE", ANDEVERY OLD MAN "BABOOG," LOCAL ANJAR "NENE", ANDEVERY OLD MAN "BABOOG," LOCALARMENIAN WORDS OF ENDEARMENT EVERY OLD MAN "BABOOG," LOCALARMENIAN WORDS OF ENDEARMENT EVERY OLD MAN "BABOOG," LOCALARMENIAN WORDS OF ENDEARMENTFOR GRANDMOTHERS AND ARMENIAN WORDS OF ENDEARMENTFOR GRANDMOTHERS AND ARMENIAN WORDS OF ENDEARMENTFOR GRANDMOTHERS ANDGRANDFATHERS.

FOR GRANDMOTHERS ANDGRANDFATHERS.

FOR GRANDMOTHERS ANDGRANDFATHERS.

I DREADED SITTING WITH THESE GRANDFATHERS.

I DREADED SITTING WITH THESE GRANDFATHERS.

I DREADED SITTING WITH THESENENES AND BABOOGS LISTENING TO I DREADED SITTING WITH THESENENES AND BABOOGS LISTENING TO I DREADED SITTING WITH THESENENES AND BABOOGS LISTENING TOTHEM JABBER ON HOUR AFTER HOUR NENES AND BABOOGS LISTENING TOTHEM JABBER ON HOUR AFTER HOUR NENES AND BABOOGS LISTENING TOTHEM JABBER ON HOUR AFTER HOURABOUT THE "OLD DAYS".

THEM JABBER ON HOUR AFTER HOURABOUT THE "OLD DAYS".

THEM JABBER ON HOUR AFTER HOURABOUT THE "OLD DAYS".

I ALSO RESENTED THE FACT THAT ABOUT THE "OLD DAYS".

I ALSO RESENTED THE FACT THAT ABOUT THE "OLD DAYS".

I ALSO RESENTED THE FACT THATMY FOUR SISTERS WERE EITHER TOO I ALSO RESENTED THE FACT THATMY FOUR SISTERS WERE EITHER TOO I ALSO RESENTED THE FACT THATMY FOUR SISTERS WERE EITHER TOOOLD OR TOO YOUNG TO ACCOMPANY MY FOUR SISTERS WERE EITHER TOOOLD OR TOO YOUNG TO ACCOMPANY MY FOUR SISTERS WERE EITHER TOOOLD OR TOO YOUNG TO ACCOMPANYMY MOTHER ON HER ENDLESS VISITS.

OLD OR TOO YOUNG TO ACCOMPANYMY MOTHER ON HER ENDLESS VISITS.

OLD OR TOO YOUNG TO ACCOMPANYMY MOTHER ON HER ENDLESS VISITS.

[Speaking Armenian language] MY MOTHER ON HER ENDLESS VISITS.

[Speaking Armenian language] MY MOTHER ON HER ENDLESS VISITS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY TIME I [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY TIME I [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY TIME ICOMPLAINED TO MY MOTHER, SHE >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY TIME ICOMPLAINED TO MY MOTHER, SHE >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY TIME ICOMPLAINED TO MY MOTHER, SHESAID "I WANT YOU TO LEARN THEIR COMPLAINED TO MY MOTHER, SHESAID "I WANT YOU TO LEARN THEIR COMPLAINED TO MY MOTHER, SHESAID "I WANT YOU TO LEARN THEIRSTORIES.

SAID "I WANT YOU TO LEARN THEIRSTORIES.

SAID "I WANT YOU TO LEARN THEIRSTORIES.

WHEN YOU GROW UP, YOU WILL STORIES.

WHEN YOU GROW UP, YOU WILL STORIES.

WHEN YOU GROW UP, YOU WILLREALIZE THAT ANJAR IS A WHEN YOU GROW UP, YOU WILLREALIZE THAT ANJAR IS A WHEN YOU GROW UP, YOU WILLREALIZE THAT ANJAR IS ASPECIAL PLACE.

" REALIZE THAT ANJAR IS ASPECIAL PLACE.

" REALIZE THAT ANJAR IS ASPECIAL PLACE.

"[Dramatic music playing] SPECIAL PLACE.

"[Dramatic music playing] SPECIAL PLACE.

"[Dramatic music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSES [Dramatic music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSES [Dramatic music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSESBABOOG WAS ONE OF THE FIRST >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSESBABOOG WAS ONE OF THE FIRST >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSESBABOOG WAS ONE OF THE FIRSTPEOPLE I MET IN ANJAR.

BABOOG WAS ONE OF THE FIRSTPEOPLE I MET IN ANJAR.

BABOOG WAS ONE OF THE FIRSTPEOPLE I MET IN ANJAR.

[Speaking Armenian language] PEOPLE I MET IN ANJAR.

[Speaking Armenian language] PEOPLE I MET IN ANJAR.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HIS HOUSE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HIS HOUSE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HIS HOUSEWAS A 10 MINUTE WALK FROM OURS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HIS HOUSEWAS A 10 MINUTE WALK FROM OURS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HIS HOUSEWAS A 10 MINUTE WALK FROM OURS.

ON HIS COFFEE TABLE, HE ALWAYS WAS A 10 MINUTE WALK FROM OURS.

ON HIS COFFEE TABLE, HE ALWAYS WAS A 10 MINUTE WALK FROM OURS.

ON HIS COFFEE TABLE, HE ALWAYSHAD A DISH FULL OF CANDY AND ON HIS COFFEE TABLE, HE ALWAYSHAD A DISH FULL OF CANDY AND ON HIS COFFEE TABLE, HE ALWAYSHAD A DISH FULL OF CANDY ANDA GUN.

HAD A DISH FULL OF CANDY ANDA GUN.

HAD A DISH FULL OF CANDY ANDA GUN.

HE WAS A SWEET OLD MAN WHO A GUN.

HE WAS A SWEET OLD MAN WHO A GUN.

HE WAS A SWEET OLD MAN WHOLOVED GUNS! HE WAS A SWEET OLD MAN WHOLOVED GUNS! HE WAS A SWEET OLD MAN WHOLOVED GUNS!HE EVEN GAVE IT A NAME.

LOVED GUNS!HE EVEN GAVE IT A NAME.

LOVED GUNS!HE EVEN GAVE IT A NAME.

"DOLMA" HE CALLED IT.

HE EVEN GAVE IT A NAME.

"DOLMA" HE CALLED IT.

HE EVEN GAVE IT A NAME.

"DOLMA" HE CALLED IT.

[Speaking Armenian language] "DOLMA" HE CALLED IT.

[Speaking Armenian language] "DOLMA" HE CALLED IT.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS SCARED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS SCARED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS SCAREDOF THE SHOTGUN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS SCAREDOF THE SHOTGUN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS SCAREDOF THE SHOTGUN.

BUT HE ALWAYS HAD A HUGE SMILE OF THE SHOTGUN.

BUT HE ALWAYS HAD A HUGE SMILE OF THE SHOTGUN.

BUT HE ALWAYS HAD A HUGE SMILEWHEN HE TOLD STORIES OF HIS BUT HE ALWAYS HAD A HUGE SMILEWHEN HE TOLD STORIES OF HIS BUT HE ALWAYS HAD A HUGE SMILEWHEN HE TOLD STORIES OF HISGUN AND ADVENTURES ON A WHEN HE TOLD STORIES OF HISGUN AND ADVENTURES ON A WHEN HE TOLD STORIES OF HISGUN AND ADVENTURES ON ACERTAIN MOUNTAIN I WOULD COME GUN AND ADVENTURES ON ACERTAIN MOUNTAIN I WOULD COME GUN AND ADVENTURES ON ACERTAIN MOUNTAIN I WOULD COMETO KNOW VERY WELL.

CERTAIN MOUNTAIN I WOULD COMETO KNOW VERY WELL.

CERTAIN MOUNTAIN I WOULD COMETO KNOW VERY WELL.

[Speaking Armenian language] TO KNOW VERY WELL.

[Speaking Armenian language] TO KNOW VERY WELL.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHEROFTEN TOOK ME TO VISIT AN OLD >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHEROFTEN TOOK ME TO VISIT AN OLD >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHEROFTEN TOOK ME TO VISIT AN OLDWOMAN NAMED GABAYD MAYROOM.

OFTEN TOOK ME TO VISIT AN OLDWOMAN NAMED GABAYD MAYROOM.

OFTEN TOOK ME TO VISIT AN OLDWOMAN NAMED GABAYD MAYROOM.

THE OLD TEACHER WHO SAT ON WOMAN NAMED GABAYD MAYROOM.

THE OLD TEACHER WHO SAT ON WOMAN NAMED GABAYD MAYROOM.

THE OLD TEACHER WHO SAT ONHER SIDEWALK AND TALKED TO EVERY THE OLD TEACHER WHO SAT ONHER SIDEWALK AND TALKED TO EVERY THE OLD TEACHER WHO SAT ONHER SIDEWALK AND TALKED TO EVERYSINGLE PERSON WHO WALKED BY HER HER SIDEWALK AND TALKED TO EVERYSINGLE PERSON WHO WALKED BY HER HER SIDEWALK AND TALKED TO EVERYSINGLE PERSON WHO WALKED BY HERHOUSE.

SINGLE PERSON WHO WALKED BY HERHOUSE.

SINGLE PERSON WHO WALKED BY HERHOUSE.

I HAD HEARD STORIES THAT ONCE HOUSE.

I HAD HEARD STORIES THAT ONCE HOUSE.

I HAD HEARD STORIES THAT ONCEUPON A TIME SHE USED TO BE THE I HAD HEARD STORIES THAT ONCEUPON A TIME SHE USED TO BE THE I HAD HEARD STORIES THAT ONCEUPON A TIME SHE USED TO BE THEMOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN THE UPON A TIME SHE USED TO BE THEMOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN THE UPON A TIME SHE USED TO BE THEMOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN THEVILLAGE.

MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IN THEVILLAGE.

VILLAGE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT SHE HAD >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT SHE HADSUFFERED SO MUCH THAT SHE HAD >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT SHE HADSUFFERED SO MUCH THAT SHE HADLOST ALL HER BEAUTY.

SUFFERED SO MUCH THAT SHE HADLOST ALL HER BEAUTY.

SUFFERED SO MUCH THAT SHE HADLOST ALL HER BEAUTY.

BUT WHEN I MET HER, SHE WAS LOST ALL HER BEAUTY.

BUT WHEN I MET HER, SHE WAS LOST ALL HER BEAUTY.

BUT WHEN I MET HER, SHE WASALREADY OLD AND WRINKLED.

BUT WHEN I MET HER, SHE WASALREADY OLD AND WRINKLED.

BUT WHEN I MET HER, SHE WASALREADY OLD AND WRINKLED.

SHE LOOKED JUST LIKE EVERY ALREADY OLD AND WRINKLED.

SHE LOOKED JUST LIKE EVERY ALREADY OLD AND WRINKLED.

SHE LOOKED JUST LIKE EVERYOTHER WOMAN IN THE VILLAGE SHE LOOKED JUST LIKE EVERYOTHER WOMAN IN THE VILLAGE SHE LOOKED JUST LIKE EVERYOTHER WOMAN IN THE VILLAGEWHO TALKED A LOT AND TOLD THE OTHER WOMAN IN THE VILLAGEWHO TALKED A LOT AND TOLD THE OTHER WOMAN IN THE VILLAGEWHO TALKED A LOT AND TOLD THESAME STORIES OVER AND OVER WHO TALKED A LOT AND TOLD THESAME STORIES OVER AND OVER WHO TALKED A LOT AND TOLD THESAME STORIES OVER AND OVERAGAIN.

SAME STORIES OVER AND OVERAGAIN.

SAME STORIES OVER AND OVERAGAIN.

[Rustling] AGAIN.

[Rustling] AGAIN.

[Rustling] [Speaking Armenian language] [Rustling] [Speaking Armenian language] [Rustling] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR WAS SO BORING AND >> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR WAS SO BORING AND >> Noura Kevorkian: ANJAR WAS SO BORING ANDMY MOTHER WAS SO RUTHLESS ABOUT ANJAR WAS SO BORING ANDMY MOTHER WAS SO RUTHLESS ABOUT ANJAR WAS SO BORING ANDMY MOTHER WAS SO RUTHLESS ABOUTBRINGING ME ALONG WITH HER, I MY MOTHER WAS SO RUTHLESS ABOUTBRINGING ME ALONG WITH HER, I MY MOTHER WAS SO RUTHLESS ABOUTBRINGING ME ALONG WITH HER, IDECIDED I HAD TO GET MY REVENGE.

BRINGING ME ALONG WITH HER, IDECIDED I HAD TO GET MY REVENGE.

BRINGING ME ALONG WITH HER, IDECIDED I HAD TO GET MY REVENGE.

[Music playing] DECIDED I HAD TO GET MY REVENGE.

[Music playing] DECIDED I HAD TO GET MY REVENGE.

[Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I HAD [Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I HAD [Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I HADTHE CHANCE TO ESCAPE MY MOTHER'S >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I HADTHE CHANCE TO ESCAPE MY MOTHER'S >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I HADTHE CHANCE TO ESCAPE MY MOTHER'SATTENTION, I WENT RAIDING THE THE CHANCE TO ESCAPE MY MOTHER'SATTENTION, I WENT RAIDING THE THE CHANCE TO ESCAPE MY MOTHER'SATTENTION, I WENT RAIDING THEGARDENS OF ANJAR.

ATTENTION, I WENT RAIDING THEGARDENS OF ANJAR.

ATTENTION, I WENT RAIDING THEGARDENS OF ANJAR.

[Dog barking] GARDENS OF ANJAR.

[Dog barking] GARDENS OF ANJAR.

[Dog barking]>> Noura Kevorkian: I STOLE [Dog barking]>> Noura Kevorkian: I STOLE [Dog barking]>> Noura Kevorkian: I STOLETHE FLOWERS OF THE OLD WOMEN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I STOLETHE FLOWERS OF THE OLD WOMEN.

THE FLOWERS OF THE OLD WOMEN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I STOLE SO >> Noura Kevorkian: I STOLE SOMANY FLOWERS THAT SOON I WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: I STOLE SOMANY FLOWERS THAT SOON I WASKNOWN IN ALL OF ANJAR MANY FLOWERS THAT SOON I WASKNOWN IN ALL OF ANJAR MANY FLOWERS THAT SOON I WASKNOWN IN ALL OF ANJARAS DZAGHIG'S LITTLE FLOWER KNOWN IN ALL OF ANJARAS DZAGHIG'S LITTLE FLOWER KNOWN IN ALL OF ANJARAS DZAGHIG'S LITTLE FLOWERTHIEF.

AS DZAGHIG'S LITTLE FLOWERTHIEF.

THIEF.

>> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHER >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHERTRIED PUNISHING ME BUT IT NEVER >> Noura Kevorkian: MY MOTHERTRIED PUNISHING ME BUT IT NEVERWORKED.

TRIED PUNISHING ME BUT IT NEVERWORKED.

TRIED PUNISHING ME BUT IT NEVERWORKED.

SHE EVEN DISPLAYED MY STOLEN WORKED.

SHE EVEN DISPLAYED MY STOLEN WORKED.

SHE EVEN DISPLAYED MY STOLENFLOWERS ON TOP OF THE SHE EVEN DISPLAYED MY STOLENFLOWERS ON TOP OF THE SHE EVEN DISPLAYED MY STOLENFLOWERS ON TOP OF THETELEVISION, WHICH WAS USED ONLY FLOWERS ON TOP OF THETELEVISION, WHICH WAS USED ONLY FLOWERS ON TOP OF THETELEVISION, WHICH WAS USED ONLYAS A FLOWER STAND.

TELEVISION, WHICH WAS USED ONLYAS A FLOWER STAND.

TELEVISION, WHICH WAS USED ONLYAS A FLOWER STAND.

THE OLD WOMEN WITH THE PRETTY AS A FLOWER STAND.

THE OLD WOMEN WITH THE PRETTY AS A FLOWER STAND.

THE OLD WOMEN WITH THE PRETTYGARDENS OFTEN CAME TO COMPLAIN THE OLD WOMEN WITH THE PRETTYGARDENS OFTEN CAME TO COMPLAIN THE OLD WOMEN WITH THE PRETTYGARDENS OFTEN CAME TO COMPLAINTO MY MOTHER.

GARDENS OFTEN CAME TO COMPLAINTO MY MOTHER.

GARDENS OFTEN CAME TO COMPLAINTO MY MOTHER.

AS SOON AS I SAW THEM COMING, I TO MY MOTHER.

AS SOON AS I SAW THEM COMING, I TO MY MOTHER.

AS SOON AS I SAW THEM COMING, IRAN AND HID IN OUR GARDEN.

AS SOON AS I SAW THEM COMING, IRAN AND HID IN OUR GARDEN.

AS SOON AS I SAW THEM COMING, IRAN AND HID IN OUR GARDEN.

SARIG NENE WAS ONE OF THEM.

RAN AND HID IN OUR GARDEN.

SARIG NENE WAS ONE OF THEM.

RAN AND HID IN OUR GARDEN.

SARIG NENE WAS ONE OF THEM.

SHE EVEN CAME TO COMPLAIN WHEN SARIG NENE WAS ONE OF THEM.

SHE EVEN CAME TO COMPLAIN WHEN SARIG NENE WAS ONE OF THEM.

SHE EVEN CAME TO COMPLAIN WHENI HAD NOT STOLEN ANY OF HER SHE EVEN CAME TO COMPLAIN WHENI HAD NOT STOLEN ANY OF HER SHE EVEN CAME TO COMPLAIN WHENI HAD NOT STOLEN ANY OF HERFLOWERS.

I HAD NOT STOLEN ANY OF HERFLOWERS.

I HAD NOT STOLEN ANY OF HERFLOWERS.

I THINK SHE WAS LONELY.

FLOWERS.

I THINK SHE WAS LONELY.

FLOWERS.

I THINK SHE WAS LONELY.

STILL, EVERY TIME SHE SAW ME, I THINK SHE WAS LONELY.

STILL, EVERY TIME SHE SAW ME, I THINK SHE WAS LONELY.

STILL, EVERY TIME SHE SAW ME,SHE WOULD PUT HER HAND ON MY STILL, EVERY TIME SHE SAW ME,SHE WOULD PUT HER HAND ON MY STILL, EVERY TIME SHE SAW ME,SHE WOULD PUT HER HAND ON MYHEAD AND SAY THE SAME THING TO SHE WOULD PUT HER HAND ON MYHEAD AND SAY THE SAME THING TO SHE WOULD PUT HER HAND ON MYHEAD AND SAY THE SAME THING TOME "ONE DAY WHEN YOU'RE GROW HEAD AND SAY THE SAME THING TOME "ONE DAY WHEN YOU'RE GROW HEAD AND SAY THE SAME THING TOME "ONE DAY WHEN YOU'RE GROWUP, I'LL BE GONE.

ME "ONE DAY WHEN YOU'RE GROWUP, I'LL BE GONE.

ME "ONE DAY WHEN YOU'RE GROWUP, I'LL BE GONE.

COME VISIT MY GRAVE AND BRING UP, I'LL BE GONE.

COME VISIT MY GRAVE AND BRING UP, I'LL BE GONE.

COME VISIT MY GRAVE AND BRINGME FLOWERS.

COME VISIT MY GRAVE AND BRINGME FLOWERS.

COME VISIT MY GRAVE AND BRINGME FLOWERS.

YOU OWE ME MANY FLOWERS, MY ME FLOWERS.

YOU OWE ME MANY FLOWERS, MY ME FLOWERS.

YOU OWE ME MANY FLOWERS, MYLITTLE FLOWER THIEF.

" YOU OWE ME MANY FLOWERS, MYLITTLE FLOWER THIEF.

" YOU OWE ME MANY FLOWERS, MYLITTLE FLOWER THIEF.

"ONE TIME, MY MOTHER DRAGGED ME LITTLE FLOWER THIEF.

"ONE TIME, MY MOTHER DRAGGED ME LITTLE FLOWER THIEF.

"ONE TIME, MY MOTHER DRAGGED METO APOLOGIZE TO AN OLD WOMAN ONE TIME, MY MOTHER DRAGGED METO APOLOGIZE TO AN OLD WOMAN ONE TIME, MY MOTHER DRAGGED METO APOLOGIZE TO AN OLD WOMANWHOSE FLOWER GARDEN I HAD TO APOLOGIZE TO AN OLD WOMANWHOSE FLOWER GARDEN I HAD TO APOLOGIZE TO AN OLD WOMANWHOSE FLOWER GARDEN I HADRAIDED THE DAY BEFORE.

WHOSE FLOWER GARDEN I HADRAIDED THE DAY BEFORE.

WHOSE FLOWER GARDEN I HADRAIDED THE DAY BEFORE.

I HAD NEVER MET THE OLD WOMAN, RAIDED THE DAY BEFORE.

I HAD NEVER MET THE OLD WOMAN, RAIDED THE DAY BEFORE.

I HAD NEVER MET THE OLD WOMAN,I ONLY KNEW OF HER PRETTY I HAD NEVER MET THE OLD WOMAN,I ONLY KNEW OF HER PRETTY I HAD NEVER MET THE OLD WOMAN,I ONLY KNEW OF HER PRETTYFLOWERS.

I ONLY KNEW OF HER PRETTYFLOWERS.

I ONLY KNEW OF HER PRETTYFLOWERS.

[Singing in armenian] FLOWERS.

[Singing in armenian] FLOWERS.

[Singing in armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: HER NAME WAS [Singing in armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: HER NAME WAS [Singing in armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: HER NAME WASYEGHSAPET NENE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HER NAME WASYEGHSAPET NENE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HER NAME WASYEGHSAPET NENE.

SHE SPOKE IN A STRANGE ARMENIAN YEGHSAPET NENE.

SHE SPOKE IN A STRANGE ARMENIAN YEGHSAPET NENE.

SHE SPOKE IN A STRANGE ARMENIANDIALECT, WHICH I DID NOT SHE SPOKE IN A STRANGE ARMENIANDIALECT, WHICH I DID NOT SHE SPOKE IN A STRANGE ARMENIANDIALECT, WHICH I DID NOTUNDERSTAND.

DIALECT, WHICH I DID NOTUNDERSTAND.

DIALECT, WHICH I DID NOTUNDERSTAND.

SHE ALSO SANG ALL THE TIME! UNDERSTAND.

SHE ALSO SANG ALL THE TIME! UNDERSTAND.

SHE ALSO SANG ALL THE TIME![Singing in armenian] SHE ALSO SANG ALL THE TIME![Singing in armenian] SHE ALSO SANG ALL THE TIME![Singing in armenian][Speaking Armenian language] [Singing in armenian][Speaking Armenian language] [Singing in armenian][Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HER DAUGHTER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HER DAUGHTER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HER DAUGHTERSARA TRANSLATED HER MOTHER'S >> Noura Kevorkian: HER DAUGHTERSARA TRANSLATED HER MOTHER'S >> Noura Kevorkian: HER DAUGHTERSARA TRANSLATED HER MOTHER'SSTORIES INTO "NORMAL" ARMENIAN SARA TRANSLATED HER MOTHER'SSTORIES INTO "NORMAL" ARMENIAN SARA TRANSLATED HER MOTHER'SSTORIES INTO "NORMAL" ARMENIANSO WE COULD UNDERSTAND.

STORIES INTO "NORMAL" ARMENIANSO WE COULD UNDERSTAND.

STORIES INTO "NORMAL" ARMENIANSO WE COULD UNDERSTAND.

[Speaking Armenian language] SO WE COULD UNDERSTAND.

[Speaking Armenian language] SO WE COULD UNDERSTAND.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROMHUNDREDS OF VISITS TO YEGHSAPET >> Noura Kevorkian: FROMHUNDREDS OF VISITS TO YEGHSAPET >> Noura Kevorkian: FROMHUNDREDS OF VISITS TO YEGHSAPETNENE'S HOUSE, I ONLY REMEMBER HUNDREDS OF VISITS TO YEGHSAPETNENE'S HOUSE, I ONLY REMEMBER HUNDREDS OF VISITS TO YEGHSAPETNENE'S HOUSE, I ONLY REMEMBERONE THING: THAT EVERY TIME SHE NENE'S HOUSE, I ONLY REMEMBERONE THING: THAT EVERY TIME SHE NENE'S HOUSE, I ONLY REMEMBERONE THING: THAT EVERY TIME SHESANG A SONG ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD, ONE THING: THAT EVERY TIME SHESANG A SONG ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD, ONE THING: THAT EVERY TIME SHESANG A SONG ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD,HER DAUGHTER SARA BEGAN TO TELL SANG A SONG ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD,HER DAUGHTER SARA BEGAN TO TELL SANG A SONG ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD,HER DAUGHTER SARA BEGAN TO TELLSTORIES OF BLACK GOATS.

HER DAUGHTER SARA BEGAN TO TELLSTORIES OF BLACK GOATS.

HER DAUGHTER SARA BEGAN TO TELLSTORIES OF BLACK GOATS.

[Speaking Armenian language] STORIES OF BLACK GOATS.

[Speaking Armenian language] STORIES OF BLACK GOATS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE SAID [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE SAID [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE SAIDTHEY WERE SCARED OF BLACK GOATS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE SAIDTHEY WERE SCARED OF BLACK GOATS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE SAIDTHEY WERE SCARED OF BLACK GOATS.

[Singing in armenian] THEY WERE SCARED OF BLACK GOATS.

[Singing in armenian] THEY WERE SCARED OF BLACK GOATS.

[Singing in armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: I THOUGHT [Singing in armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: I THOUGHT [Singing in armenian]>> Noura Kevorkian: I THOUGHT'THAT'S SILLY! >> Noura Kevorkian: I THOUGHT'THAT'S SILLY! >> Noura Kevorkian: I THOUGHT'THAT'S SILLY!BEARS OR LIONS ARE SCARY, NOT 'THAT'S SILLY!BEARS OR LIONS ARE SCARY, NOT 'THAT'S SILLY!BEARS OR LIONS ARE SCARY, NOTGOATS!' BEARS OR LIONS ARE SCARY, NOTGOATS!' BEARS OR LIONS ARE SCARY, NOTGOATS!'MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE THESE, GOATS!'MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE THESE, GOATS!'MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE THESE,NENES BORED ME TO DEATH.

MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE THESE,NENES BORED ME TO DEATH.

MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE THESE,NENES BORED ME TO DEATH.

I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET OUT OF NENES BORED ME TO DEATH.

I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET OUT OF NENES BORED ME TO DEATH.

I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET OUT OFTHERE.

I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET OUT OFTHERE.

I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET OUT OFTHERE.

[Music playing] THERE.

[Music playing] [Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: FINALLY THE >> Noura Kevorkian: FINALLY THESUMMER CAME TO AN END.

>> Noura Kevorkian: FINALLY THESUMMER CAME TO AN END.

IT WAS TIME FOR SCHOOL.

SUMMER CAME TO AN END.

IT WAS TIME FOR SCHOOL.

SUMMER CAME TO AN END.

IT WAS TIME FOR SCHOOL.

I WAS SO EXCITED, I WAS GOING IT WAS TIME FOR SCHOOL.

I WAS SO EXCITED, I WAS GOING IT WAS TIME FOR SCHOOL.

I WAS SO EXCITED, I WAS GOINGTO PLAY, AND MOST OF ALL, I WAS I WAS SO EXCITED, I WAS GOINGTO PLAY, AND MOST OF ALL, I WAS I WAS SO EXCITED, I WAS GOINGTO PLAY, AND MOST OF ALL, I WASGOING TO ESCAPE THE BORING TO PLAY, AND MOST OF ALL, I WASGOING TO ESCAPE THE BORING TO PLAY, AND MOST OF ALL, I WASGOING TO ESCAPE THE BORINGVISITS WITH MY MOTHER.

GOING TO ESCAPE THE BORINGVISITS WITH MY MOTHER.

GOING TO ESCAPE THE BORINGVISITS WITH MY MOTHER.

[Speaking Armenian language] VISITS WITH MY MOTHER.

[Speaking Armenian language] VISITS WITH MY MOTHER.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT IT [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT IT [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT ITTURNED OUT THAT SCHOOL WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT ITTURNED OUT THAT SCHOOL WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT ITTURNED OUT THAT SCHOOL WASCANCELLED QUITE OFTEN THAT YEAR TURNED OUT THAT SCHOOL WASCANCELLED QUITE OFTEN THAT YEAR TURNED OUT THAT SCHOOL WASCANCELLED QUITE OFTEN THAT YEARAND SO, I WAS BACK TO VISITING CANCELLED QUITE OFTEN THAT YEARAND SO, I WAS BACK TO VISITING CANCELLED QUITE OFTEN THAT YEARAND SO, I WAS BACK TO VISITINGWITH MY MOTHER AND I MET SOME AND SO, I WAS BACK TO VISITINGWITH MY MOTHER AND I MET SOME AND SO, I WAS BACK TO VISITINGWITH MY MOTHER AND I MET SOMENEW PEOPLE IN ANJAR.

WITH MY MOTHER AND I MET SOMENEW PEOPLE IN ANJAR.

WITH MY MOTHER AND I MET SOMENEW PEOPLE IN ANJAR.

FORTUNATELY FOR ME, ZABEL NENE NEW PEOPLE IN ANJAR.

FORTUNATELY FOR ME, ZABEL NENE NEW PEOPLE IN ANJAR.

FORTUNATELY FOR ME, ZABEL NENEWAS ONE OF THEM! FORTUNATELY FOR ME, ZABEL NENEWAS ONE OF THEM! FORTUNATELY FOR ME, ZABEL NENEWAS ONE OF THEM![Speaking Armenian language] WAS ONE OF THEM![Speaking Armenian language] WAS ONE OF THEM![Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS AN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS AN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS ANEXCELLENT KOFTEH MAKER.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS ANEXCELLENT KOFTEH MAKER.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS ANEXCELLENT KOFTEH MAKER.

KOFTEH IS AN ARMENIAN MEAT AND EXCELLENT KOFTEH MAKER.

KOFTEH IS AN ARMENIAN MEAT AND EXCELLENT KOFTEH MAKER.

KOFTEH IS AN ARMENIAN MEAT ANDBULGUR DISH, MY FAVOURITE FOOD.

KOFTEH IS AN ARMENIAN MEAT ANDBULGUR DISH, MY FAVOURITE FOOD.

KOFTEH IS AN ARMENIAN MEAT ANDBULGUR DISH, MY FAVOURITE FOOD.

[Speaking Armenian language] BULGUR DISH, MY FAVOURITE FOOD.

[Speaking Armenian language] BULGUR DISH, MY FAVOURITE FOOD.

[Speaking Armenian language] [Cheering] [Speaking Armenian language] [Cheering] [Speaking Armenian language] [Cheering]>> Noura Kevorkian: THERE [Cheering]>> Noura Kevorkian: THERE [Cheering]>> Noura Kevorkian: THEREWERE ALWAYS WOMEN GATHERED IN >> Noura Kevorkian: THEREWERE ALWAYS WOMEN GATHERED IN >> Noura Kevorkian: THEREWERE ALWAYS WOMEN GATHERED INHER HOUSE COOKING AND PREPARING WERE ALWAYS WOMEN GATHERED INHER HOUSE COOKING AND PREPARING WERE ALWAYS WOMEN GATHERED INHER HOUSE COOKING AND PREPARINGWEDDING FEASTS.

HER HOUSE COOKING AND PREPARINGWEDDING FEASTS.

HER HOUSE COOKING AND PREPARINGWEDDING FEASTS.

[Speaking Armenian language] WEDDING FEASTS.

[Speaking Armenian language] WEDDING FEASTS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LIKED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LIKED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LIKEDVISITING ZABEL NENE AND HER >> Noura Kevorkian: I LIKEDVISITING ZABEL NENE AND HER >> Noura Kevorkian: I LIKEDVISITING ZABEL NENE AND HERFRIENDS, THEY LAUGHED AND DANCED VISITING ZABEL NENE AND HERFRIENDS, THEY LAUGHED AND DANCED VISITING ZABEL NENE AND HERFRIENDS, THEY LAUGHED AND DANCEDAND DIDN'T TALK ABOUT GOATS AND FRIENDS, THEY LAUGHED AND DANCEDAND DIDN'T TALK ABOUT GOATS AND FRIENDS, THEY LAUGHED AND DANCEDAND DIDN'T TALK ABOUT GOATS ANDBORING MOUNTAINS.

AND DIDN'T TALK ABOUT GOATS ANDBORING MOUNTAINS.

AND DIDN'T TALK ABOUT GOATS ANDBORING MOUNTAINS.

[Speaking Armenian language] BORING MOUNTAINS.

[Speaking Armenian language] BORING MOUNTAINS.

[Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY USE TO [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY USE TO [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY USE TOTELL ME THAT WHEN I GET MARRIED >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY USE TOTELL ME THAT WHEN I GET MARRIED >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY USE TOTELL ME THAT WHEN I GET MARRIEDONE DAY, THEY WILL MAKE KOFTEH TELL ME THAT WHEN I GET MARRIEDONE DAY, THEY WILL MAKE KOFTEH TELL ME THAT WHEN I GET MARRIEDONE DAY, THEY WILL MAKE KOFTEHFOR MY WEDDING.

ONE DAY, THEY WILL MAKE KOFTEHFOR MY WEDDING.

ONE DAY, THEY WILL MAKE KOFTEHFOR MY WEDDING.

I DIDN'T HAVE THE HEART TO FOR MY WEDDING.

I DIDN'T HAVE THE HEART TO FOR MY WEDDING.

I DIDN'T HAVE THE HEART TOTELL THEM THAT I HAD DECIDED I DIDN'T HAVE THE HEART TOTELL THEM THAT I HAD DECIDED I DIDN'T HAVE THE HEART TOTELL THEM THAT I HAD DECIDEDNEVER TO GET MARRIED.

TELL THEM THAT I HAD DECIDEDNEVER TO GET MARRIED.

TELL THEM THAT I HAD DECIDEDNEVER TO GET MARRIED.

I GUESS I LIKED THEM TOO MUCH.

NEVER TO GET MARRIED.

I GUESS I LIKED THEM TOO MUCH.

NEVER TO GET MARRIED.

I GUESS I LIKED THEM TOO MUCH.

BEFORE I KNEW IT, I HAD SPENT I GUESS I LIKED THEM TOO MUCH.

BEFORE I KNEW IT, I HAD SPENT I GUESS I LIKED THEM TOO MUCH.

BEFORE I KNEW IT, I HAD SPENTMY FIRST YEAR IN ANJAR.

BEFORE I KNEW IT, I HAD SPENTMY FIRST YEAR IN ANJAR.

BEFORE I KNEW IT, I HAD SPENTMY FIRST YEAR IN ANJAR.

[Armenian music playing] MY FIRST YEAR IN ANJAR.

[Armenian music playing] MY FIRST YEAR IN ANJAR.

[Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HAD [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HAD [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HADSTARTED TO LIKE VISITING >> Noura Kevorkian: I HADSTARTED TO LIKE VISITING >> Noura Kevorkian: I HADSTARTED TO LIKE VISITINGPEOPLE, BUT I TRIED TO HIDE IT STARTED TO LIKE VISITINGPEOPLE, BUT I TRIED TO HIDE IT STARTED TO LIKE VISITINGPEOPLE, BUT I TRIED TO HIDE ITFROM MY MOTHER.

PEOPLE, BUT I TRIED TO HIDE ITFROM MY MOTHER.

PEOPLE, BUT I TRIED TO HIDE ITFROM MY MOTHER.

[Armenian music continues] FROM MY MOTHER.

[Armenian music continues] FROM MY MOTHER.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, I GOT [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, I GOT [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, I GOTTO KNOW EVERYONE IN THE VILLAGE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, I GOTTO KNOW EVERYONE IN THE VILLAGE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, I GOTTO KNOW EVERYONE IN THE VILLAGE.

I KNEW WHICH NENE MADE THE BEST TO KNOW EVERYONE IN THE VILLAGE.

I KNEW WHICH NENE MADE THE BEST TO KNOW EVERYONE IN THE VILLAGE.

I KNEW WHICH NENE MADE THE BESTOIL COOKIES AND TONIR BREAD.

I KNEW WHICH NENE MADE THE BESTOIL COOKIES AND TONIR BREAD.

I KNEW WHICH NENE MADE THE BESTOIL COOKIES AND TONIR BREAD.

I KNEW WHICH BABOOG WOULD GIVE OIL COOKIES AND TONIR BREAD.

I KNEW WHICH BABOOG WOULD GIVE OIL COOKIES AND TONIR BREAD.

I KNEW WHICH BABOOG WOULD GIVEME MORE THAN ONE CANDY TO TAKE I KNEW WHICH BABOOG WOULD GIVEME MORE THAN ONE CANDY TO TAKE I KNEW WHICH BABOOG WOULD GIVEME MORE THAN ONE CANDY TO TAKEHOME FOR MY LITTLE SISTER ME MORE THAN ONE CANDY TO TAKEHOME FOR MY LITTLE SISTER ME MORE THAN ONE CANDY TO TAKEHOME FOR MY LITTLE SISTERGRETTA.

HOME FOR MY LITTLE SISTERGRETTA.

HOME FOR MY LITTLE SISTERGRETTA.

[Armenian music continues] GRETTA.

[Armenian music continues] GRETTA.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNED [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNED [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNEDTHEIR ANCIENT RECIPES AND >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNEDTHEIR ANCIENT RECIPES AND >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNEDTHEIR ANCIENT RECIPES ANDCOOKING TRADITIONS OF ANJAR.

THEIR ANCIENT RECIPES ANDCOOKING TRADITIONS OF ANJAR.

THEIR ANCIENT RECIPES ANDCOOKING TRADITIONS OF ANJAR.

[Mixer humming] COOKING TRADITIONS OF ANJAR.

[Mixer humming] COOKING TRADITIONS OF ANJAR.

[Mixer humming][Children laughing] [Mixer humming][Children laughing] [Mixer humming][Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS A [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS A [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS AHAPPY CHILD AGAIN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS AHAPPY CHILD AGAIN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS AHAPPY CHILD AGAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] HAPPY CHILD AGAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] HAPPY CHILD AGAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I STARTED TO [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I STARTED TO [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I STARTED TOFALL IN LOVE WITH THE OLD PEOPLE >> Noura Kevorkian: I STARTED TOFALL IN LOVE WITH THE OLD PEOPLE >> Noura Kevorkian: I STARTED TOFALL IN LOVE WITH THE OLD PEOPLEAND THEIR STORIES.

FALL IN LOVE WITH THE OLD PEOPLEAND THEIR STORIES.

FALL IN LOVE WITH THE OLD PEOPLEAND THEIR STORIES.

I SAT THERE AS THEY TALKED, BUT AND THEIR STORIES.

I SAT THERE AS THEY TALKED, BUT AND THEIR STORIES.

I SAT THERE AS THEY TALKED, BUTTHIS TIME I BEGAN TO LISTEN I SAT THERE AS THEY TALKED, BUTTHIS TIME I BEGAN TO LISTEN I SAT THERE AS THEY TALKED, BUTTHIS TIME I BEGAN TO LISTENTHEIR STORIES.

THIS TIME I BEGAN TO LISTENTHEIR STORIES.

THIS TIME I BEGAN TO LISTENTHEIR STORIES.

[Speaking Armenian language] THEIR STORIES.

[Speaking Armenian language] THEIR STORIES.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY STORY [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY STORY [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY STORYHAD A REFERENCE TO >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY STORYHAD A REFERENCE TO >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY STORYHAD A REFERENCE TO MUSA DAGH.

HAD A REFERENCE TO MUSA DAGH.

HAD A REFERENCE TO MUSA DAGH.

[Speaking Armenian language] MUSA DAGH.

[Speaking Armenian language] MUSA DAGH.

[Speaking Armenian language]>> Noura Kevorkian: LATER, I [Speaking Armenian language]>> Noura Kevorkian: LATER, I [Speaking Armenian language]>> Noura Kevorkian: LATER, IDISCOVERED THE SIGNIFICANCE OF >> Noura Kevorkian: LATER, IDISCOVERED THE SIGNIFICANCE OF >> Noura Kevorkian: LATER, IDISCOVERED THE SIGNIFICANCE OFTHIS PLACE CALLED MUSA DISCOVERED THE SIGNIFICANCE OFTHIS PLACE CALLED MUSA DISCOVERED THE SIGNIFICANCE OFTHIS PLACE CALLED MUSA DAGH.

THIS PLACE CALLED MUSA DAGH.

THIS PLACE CALLED MUSA DAGH.

IT WAS THE OLD HOMELAND OF THE DAGH.

IT WAS THE OLD HOMELAND OF THE DAGH.

IT WAS THE OLD HOMELAND OF THEPEOPLE OF ANJAR.

IT WAS THE OLD HOMELAND OF THEPEOPLE OF ANJAR.

IT WAS THE OLD HOMELAND OF THEPEOPLE OF ANJAR.

ALL THE NENES AND BABOOGS I KNEW PEOPLE OF ANJAR.

ALL THE NENES AND BABOOGS I KNEW PEOPLE OF ANJAR.

ALL THE NENES AND BABOOGS I KNEWWERE BORN IN MUSA DAGH.

ALL THE NENES AND BABOOGS I KNEWWERE BORN IN MUSA DAGH.

ALL THE NENES AND BABOOGS I KNEWWERE BORN IN MUSA DAGH.

[Armenian music playing] WERE BORN IN MUSA DAGH.

[Armenian music playing] WERE BORN IN MUSA DAGH.

[Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE ELDERS [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE ELDERS [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE ELDERSTOLD ME THAT MUSA DAGH >> Noura Kevorkian: THE ELDERSTOLD ME THAT MUSA DAGH >> Noura Kevorkian: THE ELDERSTOLD ME THAT MUSA DAGHWAS A BEAUTIFUL LAND WHERE SIX TOLD ME THAT MUSA DAGHWAS A BEAUTIFUL LAND WHERE SIX TOLD ME THAT MUSA DAGHWAS A BEAUTIFUL LAND WHERE SIXSMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGES STOOD WAS A BEAUTIFUL LAND WHERE SIXSMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGES STOOD WAS A BEAUTIFUL LAND WHERE SIXSMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGES STOODNESTLED AT THE FOOTHILLS OF THE SMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGES STOODNESTLED AT THE FOOTHILLS OF THE SMALL ARMENIAN VILLAGES STOODNESTLED AT THE FOOTHILLS OF THEGREEN MOUNTAINS, BESIDE THE NESTLED AT THE FOOTHILLS OF THEGREEN MOUNTAINS, BESIDE THE NESTLED AT THE FOOTHILLS OF THEGREEN MOUNTAINS, BESIDE THESPARKLING BLUE MEDITERRANEAN GREEN MOUNTAINS, BESIDE THESPARKLING BLUE MEDITERRANEAN GREEN MOUNTAINS, BESIDE THESPARKLING BLUE MEDITERRANEANSEA.

SPARKLING BLUE MEDITERRANEANSEA.

SPARKLING BLUE MEDITERRANEANSEA.

[Waves crashing, music SEA.

[Waves crashing, music SEA.

[Waves crashing, musiccontinues] [Waves crashing, musiccontinues] [Waves crashing, musiccontinues]>> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I ASKED continues]>> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I ASKED continues]>> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I ASKEDMY MOTHER WHERE THIS MUSA >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I ASKEDMY MOTHER WHERE THIS MUSA >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN I ASKEDMY MOTHER WHERE THIS MUSA DAGH WAS AND WHEN WE MY MOTHER WHERE THIS MUSA DAGH WAS AND WHEN WE MY MOTHER WHERE THIS MUSA DAGH WAS AND WHEN WECOULD GO THERE, SHE SAID DAGH WAS AND WHEN WECOULD GO THERE, SHE SAID DAGH WAS AND WHEN WECOULD GO THERE, SHE SAID" MUSA DAGH IS IN A FAR COULD GO THERE, SHE SAID" MUSA DAGH IS IN A FAR COULD GO THERE, SHE SAID" MUSA DAGH IS IN A FAROFF LAND CALLED TURKEY.

" MUSA DAGH IS IN A FAROFF LAND CALLED TURKEY.

" MUSA DAGH IS IN A FAROFF LAND CALLED TURKEY.

SINCE MANY YEARS, ARMENIANS OFF LAND CALLED TURKEY.

SINCE MANY YEARS, ARMENIANS OFF LAND CALLED TURKEY.

SINCE MANY YEARS, ARMENIANSDON'T LIVE THERE ANY MORE".

SINCE MANY YEARS, ARMENIANSDON'T LIVE THERE ANY MORE".

SINCE MANY YEARS, ARMENIANSDON'T LIVE THERE ANY MORE".

[Armenian music continues] DON'T LIVE THERE ANY MORE".

[Armenian music continues] DON'T LIVE THERE ANY MORE".

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHESAID " MUSA DAGH IS JUST >> Noura Kevorkian: SHESAID " MUSA DAGH IS JUST >> Noura Kevorkian: SHESAID " MUSA DAGH IS JUSTA MEMORY OF THE OLD PEOPLE.

" SAID " MUSA DAGH IS JUSTA MEMORY OF THE OLD PEOPLE.

" SAID " MUSA DAGH IS JUSTA MEMORY OF THE OLD PEOPLE.

"[Armenian music playing] A MEMORY OF THE OLD PEOPLE.

"[Armenian music playing] [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENES >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENESAND THE BABOOGS KEPT TELLING ME >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENESAND THE BABOOGS KEPT TELLING MESTORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGH AND THE BABOOGS KEPT TELLING MESTORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGH AND THE BABOOGS KEPT TELLING MESTORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGHWEDDINGS, CELEBRATIONS AND THE STORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGHWEDDINGS, CELEBRATIONS AND THE STORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGHWEDDINGS, CELEBRATIONS AND THEBEAUTIFUL MUSA MOUNTAIN.

WEDDINGS, CELEBRATIONS AND THEBEAUTIFUL MUSA MOUNTAIN.

WEDDINGS, CELEBRATIONS AND THEBEAUTIFUL MUSA MOUNTAIN.

[Armenian music continues] BEAUTIFUL MUSA MOUNTAIN.

[Armenian music continues] BEAUTIFUL MUSA MOUNTAIN.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HEARD [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HEARD [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HEARDSO MANY WONDERFUL STORIES ABOUT >> Noura Kevorkian: I HEARDSO MANY WONDERFUL STORIES ABOUT >> Noura Kevorkian: I HEARDSO MANY WONDERFUL STORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGH, THAT I BEGAN SO MANY WONDERFUL STORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGH, THAT I BEGAN SO MANY WONDERFUL STORIES ABOUT MUSA DAGH, THAT I BEGANTO DREAM ABOUT THE PLACE.

MUSA DAGH, THAT I BEGANTO DREAM ABOUT THE PLACE.

MUSA DAGH, THAT I BEGANTO DREAM ABOUT THE PLACE.

AND I WONDERED WHY THESE PEOPLE TO DREAM ABOUT THE PLACE.

AND I WONDERED WHY THESE PEOPLE TO DREAM ABOUT THE PLACE.

AND I WONDERED WHY THESE PEOPLEWOULD EVER HAVE LEFT THIS AND I WONDERED WHY THESE PEOPLEWOULD EVER HAVE LEFT THIS AND I WONDERED WHY THESE PEOPLEWOULD EVER HAVE LEFT THISBEAUTIFUL PARADISE.

WOULD EVER HAVE LEFT THISBEAUTIFUL PARADISE.

WOULD EVER HAVE LEFT THISBEAUTIFUL PARADISE.

[Armenian music continues] BEAUTIFUL PARADISE.

[Armenian music continues] [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, I >> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, IDREAMT SO MUCH ABOUT MUSA >> Noura Kevorkian: SOON, IDREAMT SO MUCH ABOUT MUSA DAGH THAT I BELIEVED I DREAMT SO MUCH ABOUT MUSA DAGH THAT I BELIEVED I DREAMT SO MUCH ABOUT MUSA DAGH THAT I BELIEVED IHAD BEEN THERE.

DAGH THAT I BELIEVED IHAD BEEN THERE.

DAGH THAT I BELIEVED IHAD BEEN THERE.

[Armenian music continues] HAD BEEN THERE.

[Armenian music continues] HAD BEEN THERE.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS AN [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS AN [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS ANINNOCENT CHILD WITH A BIG >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS ANINNOCENT CHILD WITH A BIG >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS ANINNOCENT CHILD WITH A BIGIMAGINATION, BUT MY INNOCENCE INNOCENT CHILD WITH A BIGIMAGINATION, BUT MY INNOCENCE INNOCENT CHILD WITH A BIGIMAGINATION, BUT MY INNOCENCEDID NOT LAST LONG.

IMAGINATION, BUT MY INNOCENCEDID NOT LAST LONG.

DID NOT LAST LONG.

[Fire crackling, screaming and [Fire crackling, screaming andshouting] shouting] [Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: IN THE >> Noura Kevorkian: IN THESUMMER OF 1979, THOUSANDS OF >> Noura Kevorkian: IN THESUMMER OF 1979, THOUSANDS OFARMENIANS ESCAPING THE CIVIL WAR SUMMER OF 1979, THOUSANDS OFARMENIANS ESCAPING THE CIVIL WAR SUMMER OF 1979, THOUSANDS OFARMENIANS ESCAPING THE CIVIL WARIN LEBANON SOUGHT SAFETY IN ARMENIANS ESCAPING THE CIVIL WARIN LEBANON SOUGHT SAFETY IN ARMENIANS ESCAPING THE CIVIL WARIN LEBANON SOUGHT SAFETY INMY VILLAGE, ANJAR AS IN LEBANON SOUGHT SAFETY INMY VILLAGE, ANJAR AS IN LEBANON SOUGHT SAFETY INMY VILLAGE, ANJAR ASIT WAS A QUIET ARMENIAN OASIS IN MY VILLAGE, ANJAR ASIT WAS A QUIET ARMENIAN OASIS IN MY VILLAGE, ANJAR ASIT WAS A QUIET ARMENIAN OASIS INTHE BEKA VALLEY, WELL PROTECTED IT WAS A QUIET ARMENIAN OASIS INTHE BEKA VALLEY, WELL PROTECTED IT WAS A QUIET ARMENIAN OASIS INTHE BEKA VALLEY, WELL PROTECTEDBY THE NEIGHBOURING SYRIAN THE BEKA VALLEY, WELL PROTECTEDBY THE NEIGHBOURING SYRIAN THE BEKA VALLEY, WELL PROTECTEDBY THE NEIGHBOURING SYRIANMILITARY BASE, YET FAR AWAY FROM BY THE NEIGHBOURING SYRIANMILITARY BASE, YET FAR AWAY FROM BY THE NEIGHBOURING SYRIANMILITARY BASE, YET FAR AWAY FROMBOTH THE ISRAELI BORDER AND MILITARY BASE, YET FAR AWAY FROMBOTH THE ISRAELI BORDER AND MILITARY BASE, YET FAR AWAY FROMBOTH THE ISRAELI BORDER ANDBEIRUT.

BOTH THE ISRAELI BORDER ANDBEIRUT.

BOTH THE ISRAELI BORDER ANDBEIRUT.

COMPARED TO ELSEWHERE IN BEIRUT.

COMPARED TO ELSEWHERE IN BEIRUT.

COMPARED TO ELSEWHERE INLEBANON, ANJAR WAS A COMPARED TO ELSEWHERE INLEBANON, ANJAR WAS A COMPARED TO ELSEWHERE INLEBANON, ANJAR WAS AVERITABLE SANCTUARY.

LEBANON, ANJAR WAS AVERITABLE SANCTUARY.

LEBANON, ANJAR WAS AVERITABLE SANCTUARY.

IN A MATTER OF ONE SHORT MONTH, VERITABLE SANCTUARY.

IN A MATTER OF ONE SHORT MONTH, VERITABLE SANCTUARY.

IN A MATTER OF ONE SHORT MONTH,MY VILLAGE OF 2,000 PEOPLE IN A MATTER OF ONE SHORT MONTH,MY VILLAGE OF 2,000 PEOPLE IN A MATTER OF ONE SHORT MONTH,MY VILLAGE OF 2,000 PEOPLEGREW TO MORE THAN 10,000.

MY VILLAGE OF 2,000 PEOPLEGREW TO MORE THAN 10,000.

MY VILLAGE OF 2,000 PEOPLEGREW TO MORE THAN 10,000.

[Indistinct yelling] GREW TO MORE THAN 10,000.

[Indistinct yelling] GREW TO MORE THAN 10,000.

[Indistinct yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY [Indistinct yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY [Indistinct yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: EVERYFAMILY, INCLUDING MY OWN, TOOK >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERYFAMILY, INCLUDING MY OWN, TOOK >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERYFAMILY, INCLUDING MY OWN, TOOKIN ARMENIAN REFUGEES WHO HAD FAMILY, INCLUDING MY OWN, TOOKIN ARMENIAN REFUGEES WHO HAD FAMILY, INCLUDING MY OWN, TOOKIN ARMENIAN REFUGEES WHO HADESCAPED THE LEBANESE CIVIL WAR.

IN ARMENIAN REFUGEES WHO HADESCAPED THE LEBANESE CIVIL WAR.

IN ARMENIAN REFUGEES WHO HADESCAPED THE LEBANESE CIVIL WAR.

SUDDENLY, IT DAWNED ON ME THAT ESCAPED THE LEBANESE CIVIL WAR.

SUDDENLY, IT DAWNED ON ME THAT ESCAPED THE LEBANESE CIVIL WAR.

SUDDENLY, IT DAWNED ON ME THATI WAS LIVING IN A WAR.

SUDDENLY, IT DAWNED ON ME THATI WAS LIVING IN A WAR.

SUDDENLY, IT DAWNED ON ME THATI WAS LIVING IN A WAR.

THE WAR IN MY COUNTRY, LEBANON, I WAS LIVING IN A WAR.

THE WAR IN MY COUNTRY, LEBANON, I WAS LIVING IN A WAR.

THE WAR IN MY COUNTRY, LEBANON,HAD BEEN GOING ON FOR FOUR THE WAR IN MY COUNTRY, LEBANON,HAD BEEN GOING ON FOR FOUR THE WAR IN MY COUNTRY, LEBANON,HAD BEEN GOING ON FOR FOURYEARS, AND YET I HAD REMAINED HAD BEEN GOING ON FOR FOURYEARS, AND YET I HAD REMAINED HAD BEEN GOING ON FOR FOURYEARS, AND YET I HAD REMAINEDCOMPLETELY OBLIVIOUS TO ITS YEARS, AND YET I HAD REMAINEDCOMPLETELY OBLIVIOUS TO ITS YEARS, AND YET I HAD REMAINEDCOMPLETELY OBLIVIOUS TO ITSEXISTENCE.

COMPLETELY OBLIVIOUS TO ITSEXISTENCE.

COMPLETELY OBLIVIOUS TO ITSEXISTENCE.

THE ADULTS DIDN'T TALK OF WAR EXISTENCE.

THE ADULTS DIDN'T TALK OF WAR EXISTENCE.

THE ADULTS DIDN'T TALK OF WARAROUND CHILDREN.

THE ADULTS DIDN'T TALK OF WARAROUND CHILDREN.

THE ADULTS DIDN'T TALK OF WARAROUND CHILDREN.

SOMEHOW, AT THE AGE OF NINE, I AROUND CHILDREN.

SOMEHOW, AT THE AGE OF NINE, I AROUND CHILDREN.

SOMEHOW, AT THE AGE OF NINE, IDIDN'T REALIZE THAT THE REASON SOMEHOW, AT THE AGE OF NINE, IDIDN'T REALIZE THAT THE REASON SOMEHOW, AT THE AGE OF NINE, IDIDN'T REALIZE THAT THE REASONWE HAD NO ELECTRICITY, NO DIDN'T REALIZE THAT THE REASONWE HAD NO ELECTRICITY, NO DIDN'T REALIZE THAT THE REASONWE HAD NO ELECTRICITY, NOTELEVISION, NO HEATING, NO WE HAD NO ELECTRICITY, NOTELEVISION, NO HEATING, NO WE HAD NO ELECTRICITY, NOTELEVISION, NO HEATING, NOSCHOOL ON CERTAIN DAYS WAS TELEVISION, NO HEATING, NOSCHOOL ON CERTAIN DAYS WAS TELEVISION, NO HEATING, NOSCHOOL ON CERTAIN DAYS WASBECAUSE OF THE WAR.

SCHOOL ON CERTAIN DAYS WASBECAUSE OF THE WAR.

SCHOOL ON CERTAIN DAYS WASBECAUSE OF THE WAR.

[Explosions] BECAUSE OF THE WAR.

[Explosions] BECAUSE OF THE WAR.

[Explosions] [Gunshots] [Explosions] [Gunshots] [Explosions] [Gunshots] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THE WAR [Gunshots] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THE WAR [Gunshots] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THE WARHAD ARRIVED IN ANJAR.

>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THE WARHAD ARRIVED IN ANJAR.

>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THE WARHAD ARRIVED IN ANJAR.

8,000 ARMENIAN REFUGEES WERE NOW HAD ARRIVED IN ANJAR.

8,000 ARMENIAN REFUGEES WERE NOW HAD ARRIVED IN ANJAR.

8,000 ARMENIAN REFUGEES WERE NOWLIVING IN MY VILLAGE.

8,000 ARMENIAN REFUGEES WERE NOWLIVING IN MY VILLAGE.

8,000 ARMENIAN REFUGEES WERE NOWLIVING IN MY VILLAGE.

THEY HAD NO WORK.

LIVING IN MY VILLAGE.

THEY HAD NO WORK.

LIVING IN MY VILLAGE.

THEY HAD NO WORK.

THEY HAD NOTHING TO DO BUT SIT THEY HAD NO WORK.

THEY HAD NOTHING TO DO BUT SIT THEY HAD NO WORK.

THEY HAD NOTHING TO DO BUT SITAROUND WITH THE PEOPLE OF THEY HAD NOTHING TO DO BUT SITAROUND WITH THE PEOPLE OF THEY HAD NOTHING TO DO BUT SITAROUND WITH THE PEOPLE OF ANJAR, DRINK COFFEE AND AROUND WITH THE PEOPLE OF ANJAR, DRINK COFFEE AND AROUND WITH THE PEOPLE OF ANJAR, DRINK COFFEE ANDTALK ABOUT WAR.

ANJAR, DRINK COFFEE ANDTALK ABOUT WAR.

ANJAR, DRINK COFFEE ANDTALK ABOUT WAR.

[Speaking Armenian language] TALK ABOUT WAR.

[Speaking Armenian language] TALK ABOUT WAR.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: PARENTS WERE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: PARENTS WERE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: PARENTS WERENO LONGER ABLE TO PROTECT THEIR >> Noura Kevorkian: PARENTS WERENO LONGER ABLE TO PROTECT THEIR >> Noura Kevorkian: PARENTS WERENO LONGER ABLE TO PROTECT THEIRCHILDREN FROM HEARING NO LONGER ABLE TO PROTECT THEIRCHILDREN FROM HEARING NO LONGER ABLE TO PROTECT THEIRCHILDREN FROM HEARINGCONVERSATIONS ABOUT VIOLENCE AND CHILDREN FROM HEARINGCONVERSATIONS ABOUT VIOLENCE AND CHILDREN FROM HEARINGCONVERSATIONS ABOUT VIOLENCE ANDKILLING.

CONVERSATIONS ABOUT VIOLENCE ANDKILLING.

CONVERSATIONS ABOUT VIOLENCE ANDKILLING.

[Children chattering] KILLING.

[Children chattering] KILLING.

[Children chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: IN THIS [Children chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: IN THIS [Children chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: IN THISATMOSPHERE OF CONFUSION AND >> Noura Kevorkian: IN THISATMOSPHERE OF CONFUSION AND >> Noura Kevorkian: IN THISATMOSPHERE OF CONFUSION ANDFEAR, LIFE BECAME DIFFICULT FOR ATMOSPHERE OF CONFUSION ANDFEAR, LIFE BECAME DIFFICULT FOR ATMOSPHERE OF CONFUSION ANDFEAR, LIFE BECAME DIFFICULT FORALL OF US.

FEAR, LIFE BECAME DIFFICULT FORALL OF US.

FEAR, LIFE BECAME DIFFICULT FORALL OF US.

BUT MOST OF ALL, IT WAS ALL OF US.

BUT MOST OF ALL, IT WAS ALL OF US.

BUT MOST OF ALL, IT WASDIFFICULT FOR THE OLD BUT MOST OF ALL, IT WASDIFFICULT FOR THE OLD BUT MOST OF ALL, IT WASDIFFICULT FOR THE OLDARMENIANS, WHOSE MEMORIES OF DIFFICULT FOR THE OLDARMENIANS, WHOSE MEMORIES OF DIFFICULT FOR THE OLDARMENIANS, WHOSE MEMORIES OFPAST WARS BEGAN TO RE-SURFACE.

ARMENIANS, WHOSE MEMORIES OFPAST WARS BEGAN TO RE-SURFACE.

ARMENIANS, WHOSE MEMORIES OFPAST WARS BEGAN TO RE-SURFACE.

[Armenian music playing] PAST WARS BEGAN TO RE-SURFACE.

[Armenian music playing] PAST WARS BEGAN TO RE-SURFACE.

[Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENES [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENES [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENESAND BABOOGS OF MY VILLAGE >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENESAND BABOOGS OF MY VILLAGE >> Noura Kevorkian: THE NENESAND BABOOGS OF MY VILLAGELISTENED AS THE NEW REFUGEES AND BABOOGS OF MY VILLAGELISTENED AS THE NEW REFUGEES AND BABOOGS OF MY VILLAGELISTENED AS THE NEW REFUGEESTALKED ABOUT THE LEBANESE CIVIL LISTENED AS THE NEW REFUGEESTALKED ABOUT THE LEBANESE CIVIL LISTENED AS THE NEW REFUGEESTALKED ABOUT THE LEBANESE CIVILWAR.

TALKED ABOUT THE LEBANESE CIVILWAR.

TALKED ABOUT THE LEBANESE CIVILWAR.

THESE OLD PEOPLE WHO USED TO WAR.

THESE OLD PEOPLE WHO USED TO WAR.

THESE OLD PEOPLE WHO USED TOTELL ME HAPPY STORIES OF THESE OLD PEOPLE WHO USED TOTELL ME HAPPY STORIES OF THESE OLD PEOPLE WHO USED TOTELL ME HAPPY STORIES OF MUSA DAGH ALL OF SUDDEN TELL ME HAPPY STORIES OF MUSA DAGH ALL OF SUDDEN TELL ME HAPPY STORIES OF MUSA DAGH ALL OF SUDDENSTARTED TO TALK ABOUT THE MUSA DAGH ALL OF SUDDENSTARTED TO TALK ABOUT THE MUSA DAGH ALL OF SUDDENSTARTED TO TALK ABOUT THEHORRORS FROM THEIR OWN PAST, STARTED TO TALK ABOUT THEHORRORS FROM THEIR OWN PAST, STARTED TO TALK ABOUT THEHORRORS FROM THEIR OWN PAST,HORRORS OF A WAR THEY CALLED HORRORS FROM THEIR OWN PAST,HORRORS OF A WAR THEY CALLED HORRORS FROM THEIR OWN PAST,HORRORS OF A WAR THEY CALLED YEGHERN.

HORRORS OF A WAR THEY CALLED YEGHERN.

HORRORS OF A WAR THEY CALLED YEGHERN.

LATER, I WOULD COME TO KNOW YEGHERN.

LATER, I WOULD COME TO KNOW YEGHERN.

LATER, I WOULD COME TO KNOWTHIS YEGHERN AS THE 1915 LATER, I WOULD COME TO KNOWTHIS YEGHERN AS THE 1915 LATER, I WOULD COME TO KNOWTHIS YEGHERN AS THE 1915ARMENIAN GENOCIDE COMMITTED BY THIS YEGHERN AS THE 1915ARMENIAN GENOCIDE COMMITTED BY THIS YEGHERN AS THE 1915ARMENIAN GENOCIDE COMMITTED BYTHE TURKISH GOVERNMENT.

ARMENIAN GENOCIDE COMMITTED BYTHE TURKISH GOVERNMENT.

THE TURKISH GOVERNMENT.

>> Noura Kevorkian: THE OLD >> Noura Kevorkian: THE OLDPEOPLE SHARED STORIES OF THEIR >> Noura Kevorkian: THE OLDPEOPLE SHARED STORIES OF THEIRSURVIVAL FROM DEATH MARCHES AND PEOPLE SHARED STORIES OF THEIRSURVIVAL FROM DEATH MARCHES AND PEOPLE SHARED STORIES OF THEIRSURVIVAL FROM DEATH MARCHES ANDDEPORTATIONS, STORIES OF HOW THE SURVIVAL FROM DEATH MARCHES ANDDEPORTATIONS, STORIES OF HOW THE SURVIVAL FROM DEATH MARCHES ANDDEPORTATIONS, STORIES OF HOW THEARMENIANS LIVING IN THE OTTOMAN DEPORTATIONS, STORIES OF HOW THEARMENIANS LIVING IN THE OTTOMAN DEPORTATIONS, STORIES OF HOW THEARMENIANS LIVING IN THE OTTOMANEMPIRE, AS WELL AS THOSE IN ARMENIANS LIVING IN THE OTTOMANEMPIRE, AS WELL AS THOSE IN ARMENIANS LIVING IN THE OTTOMANEMPIRE, AS WELL AS THOSE INARMENIA PROPER, WERE BEING EMPIRE, AS WELL AS THOSE INARMENIA PROPER, WERE BEING EMPIRE, AS WELL AS THOSE INARMENIA PROPER, WERE BEINGANNIHILATED BY THE TURKS.

ARMENIA PROPER, WERE BEINGANNIHILATED BY THE TURKS.

ARMENIA PROPER, WERE BEINGANNIHILATED BY THE TURKS.

[Wind blowing] ANNIHILATED BY THE TURKS.

[Wind blowing] ANNIHILATED BY THE TURKS.

[Wind blowing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY HAPPY [Wind blowing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY HAPPY [Wind blowing] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY HAPPYCHILDHOOD IN ANJAR WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: MY HAPPYCHILDHOOD IN ANJAR WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: MY HAPPYCHILDHOOD IN ANJAR WASOVER.

CHILDHOOD IN ANJAR WASOVER.

CHILDHOOD IN ANJAR WASOVER.

MY VILLAGE WAS OVERRUN WITH OVER.

MY VILLAGE WAS OVERRUN WITH OVER.

MY VILLAGE WAS OVERRUN WITHREFUGEES FROM CURRENT AND PAST MY VILLAGE WAS OVERRUN WITHREFUGEES FROM CURRENT AND PAST MY VILLAGE WAS OVERRUN WITHREFUGEES FROM CURRENT AND PASTWARS.

REFUGEES FROM CURRENT AND PASTWARS.

REFUGEES FROM CURRENT AND PASTWARS.

[Gunshots] WARS.

[Gunshots] WARS.

[Gunshots] >> Noura Kevorkian: WITH THE [Gunshots] >> Noura Kevorkian: WITH THE [Gunshots] >> Noura Kevorkian: WITH THEDISTANT SOUNDS OF MORTAR ROUNDS >> Noura Kevorkian: WITH THEDISTANT SOUNDS OF MORTAR ROUNDS >> Noura Kevorkian: WITH THEDISTANT SOUNDS OF MORTAR ROUNDSEVER IN THE BACKGROUND.

DISTANT SOUNDS OF MORTAR ROUNDSEVER IN THE BACKGROUND.

DISTANT SOUNDS OF MORTAR ROUNDSEVER IN THE BACKGROUND.

[Explosions] EVER IN THE BACKGROUND.

[Explosions] EVER IN THE BACKGROUND.

[Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: I COULDN'T [Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: I COULDN'T [Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: I COULDN'TDISTINGUISH BETWEEN THE STORIES >> Noura Kevorkian: I COULDN'TDISTINGUISH BETWEEN THE STORIES >> Noura Kevorkian: I COULDN'TDISTINGUISH BETWEEN THE STORIESAND THE WARS.

DISTINGUISH BETWEEN THE STORIESAND THE WARS.

DISTINGUISH BETWEEN THE STORIESAND THE WARS.

[Trucks rumbling] AND THE WARS.

[Trucks rumbling] [Trucks rumbling] [Speaking Armenian language] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IN 1915 [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IN 1915DURING THE GENOCIDE, PALAZIAN >> Noura Kevorkian: IN 1915DURING THE GENOCIDE, PALAZIAN >> Noura Kevorkian: IN 1915DURING THE GENOCIDE, PALAZIANNENE'S FATHER WAS AMONG DURING THE GENOCIDE, PALAZIANNENE'S FATHER WAS AMONG DURING THE GENOCIDE, PALAZIANNENE'S FATHER WAS AMONGEIGHT PEOPLE WHO WERE ESCAPING NENE'S FATHER WAS AMONGEIGHT PEOPLE WHO WERE ESCAPING NENE'S FATHER WAS AMONGEIGHT PEOPLE WHO WERE ESCAPINGTHE TURKS.

EIGHT PEOPLE WHO WERE ESCAPINGTHE TURKS.

EIGHT PEOPLE WHO WERE ESCAPINGTHE TURKS.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE TURKS.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE TURKS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY HAD A [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY HAD A [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY HAD ALITTLE BABY WITH THEM.

>> Noura Kevorkian: THEY HAD ALITTLE BABY WITH THEM.

>> Noura Kevorkian: THEY HAD ALITTLE BABY WITH THEM.

[Speaking Armenian language] LITTLE BABY WITH THEM.

[Speaking Armenian language] LITTLE BABY WITH THEM.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE BABY WAS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE BABY WAS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE BABY WASCRYING, THE BABY'S MOTHER HAD >> Noura Kevorkian: THE BABY WASCRYING, THE BABY'S MOTHER HAD >> Noura Kevorkian: THE BABY WASCRYING, THE BABY'S MOTHER HADNO MILK TO FEED THE CHILD.

CRYING, THE BABY'S MOTHER HADNO MILK TO FEED THE CHILD.

CRYING, THE BABY'S MOTHER HADNO MILK TO FEED THE CHILD.

HER HUSBAND WARNED HER THAT THE NO MILK TO FEED THE CHILD.

HER HUSBAND WARNED HER THAT THE NO MILK TO FEED THE CHILD.

HER HUSBAND WARNED HER THAT THEBABY WAS GOING TO GIVE THEM HER HUSBAND WARNED HER THAT THEBABY WAS GOING TO GIVE THEM HER HUSBAND WARNED HER THAT THEBABY WAS GOING TO GIVE THEMAWAY.

BABY WAS GOING TO GIVE THEMAWAY.

BABY WAS GOING TO GIVE THEMAWAY.

THEY WERE ALL GOING TO DIE AWAY.

THEY WERE ALL GOING TO DIE AWAY.

THEY WERE ALL GOING TO DIEBECAUSE OF THE BABY.

THEY WERE ALL GOING TO DIEBECAUSE OF THE BABY.

THEY WERE ALL GOING TO DIEBECAUSE OF THE BABY.

[Speaking Armenian language] BECAUSE OF THE BABY.

[Speaking Armenian language] BECAUSE OF THE BABY.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHERHAD NO CHOICE, SHE PUT HER BABY >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHERHAD NO CHOICE, SHE PUT HER BABY >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHERHAD NO CHOICE, SHE PUT HER BABYIN A DITCH, ARRANGED A FEW HAD NO CHOICE, SHE PUT HER BABYIN A DITCH, ARRANGED A FEW HAD NO CHOICE, SHE PUT HER BABYIN A DITCH, ARRANGED A FEWSTONES AROUND IT.

IN A DITCH, ARRANGED A FEWSTONES AROUND IT.

IN A DITCH, ARRANGED A FEWSTONES AROUND IT.

[Speaking Armenian language] STONES AROUND IT.

[Speaking Armenian language] STONES AROUND IT.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: PRAYED AND [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: PRAYED AND [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: PRAYED ANDLEFT.

>> Noura Kevorkian: PRAYED ANDLEFT.

>> Noura Kevorkian: PRAYED ANDLEFT.

[Speaking Armenian language] LEFT.

[Speaking Armenian language] LEFT.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHERKEPT LOOKING BACK TO SEE WHAT >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHERKEPT LOOKING BACK TO SEE WHAT >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MOTHERKEPT LOOKING BACK TO SEE WHATHAPPENED TO HER BABY, SHE WAS KEPT LOOKING BACK TO SEE WHATHAPPENED TO HER BABY, SHE WAS KEPT LOOKING BACK TO SEE WHATHAPPENED TO HER BABY, SHE WASWORRIED ABOUT THE DOGS.

HAPPENED TO HER BABY, SHE WASWORRIED ABOUT THE DOGS.

HAPPENED TO HER BABY, SHE WASWORRIED ABOUT THE DOGS.

[Speaking Armenian language] WORRIED ABOUT THE DOGS.

[Speaking Armenian language] WORRIED ABOUT THE DOGS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: LATER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: LATER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: LATERSHE SAW SOMEONE PICKED UP HER >> Noura Kevorkian: LATERSHE SAW SOMEONE PICKED UP HER >> Noura Kevorkian: LATERSHE SAW SOMEONE PICKED UP HERBABY.

SHE SAW SOMEONE PICKED UP HERBABY.

SHE SAW SOMEONE PICKED UP HERBABY.

[Speaking Armenian language] BABY.

[Speaking Armenian language] BABY.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE THANKED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE THANKED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE THANKEDGOD THAT AT LEAST THE DOGS DID >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE THANKEDGOD THAT AT LEAST THE DOGS DID >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE THANKEDGOD THAT AT LEAST THE DOGS DIDNOT TEAR HER BABY TO PIECES.

GOD THAT AT LEAST THE DOGS DIDNOT TEAR HER BABY TO PIECES.

NOT TEAR HER BABY TO PIECES.

[Speaking Armenian language] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SARA TOLD ME [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SARA TOLD MEHER MOTHER'S STORY.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SARA TOLD MEHER MOTHER'S STORY.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SARA TOLD MEHER MOTHER'S STORY.

YEGHSAPET NENE LIVED THROUGH HER MOTHER'S STORY.

YEGHSAPET NENE LIVED THROUGH HER MOTHER'S STORY.

YEGHSAPET NENE LIVED THROUGHTHE GENOCIDE.

YEGHSAPET NENE LIVED THROUGHTHE GENOCIDE.

YEGHSAPET NENE LIVED THROUGHTHE GENOCIDE.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE GENOCIDE.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE GENOCIDE.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE TURKS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE TURKS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE TURKSCAME DOWN FROM THE HILLS TO >> Noura Kevorkian: THE TURKSCAME DOWN FROM THE HILLS TO >> Noura Kevorkian: THE TURKSCAME DOWN FROM THE HILLS TODEPORT THE PEOPLE.

CAME DOWN FROM THE HILLS TODEPORT THE PEOPLE.

CAME DOWN FROM THE HILLS TODEPORT THE PEOPLE.

THERE WERE NINE MEMBERS IN HER DEPORT THE PEOPLE.

THERE WERE NINE MEMBERS IN HER DEPORT THE PEOPLE.

THERE WERE NINE MEMBERS IN HERMOTHER'S FAMILY, THEY ALL DIED THERE WERE NINE MEMBERS IN HERMOTHER'S FAMILY, THEY ALL DIED THERE WERE NINE MEMBERS IN HERMOTHER'S FAMILY, THEY ALL DIEDOF STARVATION ON THE WAY.

MOTHER'S FAMILY, THEY ALL DIEDOF STARVATION ON THE WAY.

MOTHER'S FAMILY, THEY ALL DIEDOF STARVATION ON THE WAY.

[Speaking Armenian language] OF STARVATION ON THE WAY.

[Speaking Armenian language] OF STARVATION ON THE WAY.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HER MOTHER, [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HER MOTHER, [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HER MOTHER,YEGHSAPET, IS THE ONLY ONE WHO >> Noura Kevorkian: HER MOTHER,YEGHSAPET, IS THE ONLY ONE WHO >> Noura Kevorkian: HER MOTHER,YEGHSAPET, IS THE ONLY ONE WHOSURVIVED.

YEGHSAPET, IS THE ONLY ONE WHOSURVIVED.

YEGHSAPET, IS THE ONLY ONE WHOSURVIVED.

EVER SINCE, WHEN SHE SAW BLACK SURVIVED.

EVER SINCE, WHEN SHE SAW BLACK SURVIVED.

EVER SINCE, WHEN SHE SAW BLACKGOATS ON THE MOUNTAIN SHE WAS EVER SINCE, WHEN SHE SAW BLACKGOATS ON THE MOUNTAIN SHE WAS EVER SINCE, WHEN SHE SAW BLACKGOATS ON THE MOUNTAIN SHE WASAFRAID.

GOATS ON THE MOUNTAIN SHE WASAFRAID.

GOATS ON THE MOUNTAIN SHE WASAFRAID.

[Speaking Armenian language] AFRAID.

[Speaking Armenian language] AFRAID.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE RAN TO [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE RAN TO [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE RAN TOTHE HOUSE YELLING "THE TURKS ARE >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE RAN TOTHE HOUSE YELLING "THE TURKS ARE >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE RAN TOTHE HOUSE YELLING "THE TURKS ARECOMING!", THEN LOCKED THE DOOR THE HOUSE YELLING "THE TURKS ARECOMING!", THEN LOCKED THE DOOR THE HOUSE YELLING "THE TURKS ARECOMING!", THEN LOCKED THE DOORAND HID.

COMING!", THEN LOCKED THE DOORAND HID.

COMING!", THEN LOCKED THE DOORAND HID.

SHE THOUGHT THE GOATS WERE AND HID.

SHE THOUGHT THE GOATS WERE AND HID.

SHE THOUGHT THE GOATS WERETURKS COMING TO KILL THEM AGAIN.

SHE THOUGHT THE GOATS WERETURKS COMING TO KILL THEM AGAIN.

SHE THOUGHT THE GOATS WERETURKS COMING TO KILL THEM AGAIN.

[Singing in armenian] TURKS COMING TO KILL THEM AGAIN.

[Singing in armenian] [Singing in armenian] [Armenian music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SARA WAS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SARA WASSEVEN YEARS OLD, WHEN THEY LIVED >> Noura Kevorkian: SARA WASSEVEN YEARS OLD, WHEN THEY LIVED >> Noura Kevorkian: SARA WASSEVEN YEARS OLD, WHEN THEY LIVEDIN TENTS IN ANJAR.

SEVEN YEARS OLD, WHEN THEY LIVEDIN TENTS IN ANJAR.

SEVEN YEARS OLD, WHEN THEY LIVEDIN TENTS IN ANJAR.

THEY HAD NO SHOES.

IN TENTS IN ANJAR.

THEY HAD NO SHOES.

IN TENTS IN ANJAR.

THEY HAD NO SHOES.

EVERYONE WALKED BARE FEET TO THEY HAD NO SHOES.

EVERYONE WALKED BARE FEET TO THEY HAD NO SHOES.

EVERYONE WALKED BARE FEET TOGET WATER ALL THE WAY FROM THE EVERYONE WALKED BARE FEET TOGET WATER ALL THE WAY FROM THE EVERYONE WALKED BARE FEET TOGET WATER ALL THE WAY FROM THESPRING.

GET WATER ALL THE WAY FROM THESPRING.

GET WATER ALL THE WAY FROM THESPRING.

[Speaking Armenian language] SPRING.

[Speaking Armenian language] SPRING.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WASCARRYING HER LITTLE SISTER IN >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WASCARRYING HER LITTLE SISTER IN >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WASCARRYING HER LITTLE SISTER INHER ARMS WALKING TO THE VILLAGE CARRYING HER LITTLE SISTER INHER ARMS WALKING TO THE VILLAGE CARRYING HER LITTLE SISTER INHER ARMS WALKING TO THE VILLAGESPRING, SINGING.

HER ARMS WALKING TO THE VILLAGESPRING, SINGING.

HER ARMS WALKING TO THE VILLAGESPRING, SINGING.

THEY CAME AND TOOK HER SISTER SPRING, SINGING.

THEY CAME AND TOOK HER SISTER SPRING, SINGING.

THEY CAME AND TOOK HER SISTERAWAY FROM HER.

THEY CAME AND TOOK HER SISTERAWAY FROM HER.

THEY CAME AND TOOK HER SISTERAWAY FROM HER.

SHE DID NOT KNOW WHY.

AWAY FROM HER.

SHE DID NOT KNOW WHY.

AWAY FROM HER.

SHE DID NOT KNOW WHY.

HER SISTER HAD DIED IN HER SHE DID NOT KNOW WHY.

HER SISTER HAD DIED IN HER SHE DID NOT KNOW WHY.

HER SISTER HAD DIED IN HERARMS.

HER SISTER HAD DIED IN HERARMS.

HER SISTER HAD DIED IN HERARMS.

[Armenian music continues] ARMS.

[Armenian music continues] ARMS.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THAT [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THAT [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THATDAY ON, WHENEVER I WALKED ON THE >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THATDAY ON, WHENEVER I WALKED ON THE >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THATDAY ON, WHENEVER I WALKED ON THEDIRT ROAD TO THE VILLAGE DAY ON, WHENEVER I WALKED ON THEDIRT ROAD TO THE VILLAGE DAY ON, WHENEVER I WALKED ON THEDIRT ROAD TO THE VILLAGESPRINGS, I NEVER CARRIED MY DIRT ROAD TO THE VILLAGESPRINGS, I NEVER CARRIED MY DIRT ROAD TO THE VILLAGESPRINGS, I NEVER CARRIED MYYOUNGER SISTER GRETTA.

SPRINGS, I NEVER CARRIED MYYOUNGER SISTER GRETTA.

SPRINGS, I NEVER CARRIED MYYOUNGER SISTER GRETTA.

I WAS AFRAID SHE WOULD DIE YOUNGER SISTER GRETTA.

I WAS AFRAID SHE WOULD DIE YOUNGER SISTER GRETTA.

I WAS AFRAID SHE WOULD DIEIN MY ARMS.

I WAS AFRAID SHE WOULD DIEIN MY ARMS.

I WAS AFRAID SHE WOULD DIEIN MY ARMS.

[Explosions] IN MY ARMS.

[Explosions] IN MY ARMS.

[Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS [Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS [Explosions] [Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WAS [Explosions] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WASSCARED.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WASSCARED.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WASSCARED.

EVERYONE I KNEW HAD GENOCIDE SCARED.

EVERYONE I KNEW HAD GENOCIDE SCARED.

EVERYONE I KNEW HAD GENOCIDESTORIES TO TELL, EVEN MY EVERYONE I KNEW HAD GENOCIDESTORIES TO TELL, EVEN MY EVERYONE I KNEW HAD GENOCIDESTORIES TO TELL, EVEN MYMOTHER, EVEN MY OWN FATHER.

STORIES TO TELL, EVEN MYMOTHER, EVEN MY OWN FATHER.

STORIES TO TELL, EVEN MYMOTHER, EVEN MY OWN FATHER.

[Speaking Armenian language] MOTHER, EVEN MY OWN FATHER.

[Speaking Armenian language] MOTHER, EVEN MY OWN FATHER.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHERTOLD ME A STORY HE HEARD FROM >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHERTOLD ME A STORY HE HEARD FROM >> Noura Kevorkian: MY FATHERTOLD ME A STORY HE HEARD FROMHIS FATHER, MY GRANDFATHER.

TOLD ME A STORY HE HEARD FROMHIS FATHER, MY GRANDFATHER.

TOLD ME A STORY HE HEARD FROMHIS FATHER, MY GRANDFATHER.

IN 1915, MY GRANDFATHER ALONG HIS FATHER, MY GRANDFATHER.

IN 1915, MY GRANDFATHER ALONG HIS FATHER, MY GRANDFATHER.

IN 1915, MY GRANDFATHER ALONGWITH HIS PARENTS, SIX YEAR OLD IN 1915, MY GRANDFATHER ALONGWITH HIS PARENTS, SIX YEAR OLD IN 1915, MY GRANDFATHER ALONGWITH HIS PARENTS, SIX YEAR OLDBROTHER AND FIVE YEAR OLD WITH HIS PARENTS, SIX YEAR OLDBROTHER AND FIVE YEAR OLD WITH HIS PARENTS, SIX YEAR OLDBROTHER AND FIVE YEAR OLDSISTER, WERE BEING DEPORTED.

BROTHER AND FIVE YEAR OLDSISTER, WERE BEING DEPORTED.

BROTHER AND FIVE YEAR OLDSISTER, WERE BEING DEPORTED.

[Speaking Armenian language] SISTER, WERE BEING DEPORTED.

[Speaking Armenian language] SISTER, WERE BEING DEPORTED.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: A TURK [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: A TURK [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: A TURKLIFTED THE SIX YEAR OLD BROTHER >> Noura Kevorkian: A TURKLIFTED THE SIX YEAR OLD BROTHER >> Noura Kevorkian: A TURKLIFTED THE SIX YEAR OLD BROTHERBY THE LEG AND SMASHED HIM ON LIFTED THE SIX YEAR OLD BROTHERBY THE LEG AND SMASHED HIM ON LIFTED THE SIX YEAR OLD BROTHERBY THE LEG AND SMASHED HIM ONTHE GROUND.

BY THE LEG AND SMASHED HIM ONTHE GROUND.

BY THE LEG AND SMASHED HIM ONTHE GROUND.

THE BOY DIED.

THE GROUND.

THE BOY DIED.

THE GROUND.

THE BOY DIED.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE BOY DIED.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE BOY DIED.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HE THEN TIED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HE THEN TIED [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HE THEN TIEDA ROPE AROUND THE DEAD BOY'S >> Noura Kevorkian: HE THEN TIEDA ROPE AROUND THE DEAD BOY'S >> Noura Kevorkian: HE THEN TIEDA ROPE AROUND THE DEAD BOY'SLEG AND FORCED HIS LITTLE A ROPE AROUND THE DEAD BOY'SLEG AND FORCED HIS LITTLE A ROPE AROUND THE DEAD BOY'SLEG AND FORCED HIS LITTLESISTER TO DRAG HER BROTHER'S LEG AND FORCED HIS LITTLESISTER TO DRAG HER BROTHER'S LEG AND FORCED HIS LITTLESISTER TO DRAG HER BROTHER'SDEAD BODY TO THE EUPHRATES SISTER TO DRAG HER BROTHER'SDEAD BODY TO THE EUPHRATES SISTER TO DRAG HER BROTHER'SDEAD BODY TO THE EUPHRATESRIVER.

DEAD BODY TO THE EUPHRATESRIVER.

DEAD BODY TO THE EUPHRATESRIVER.

THE LITTLE GIRL WAS CRYING AS RIVER.

THE LITTLE GIRL WAS CRYING AS RIVER.

THE LITTLE GIRL WAS CRYING ASSHE WAS DRAGGING THE BODY.

THE LITTLE GIRL WAS CRYING ASSHE WAS DRAGGING THE BODY.

THE LITTLE GIRL WAS CRYING ASSHE WAS DRAGGING THE BODY.

THEY SAY AT THAT TIME SHE WENT SHE WAS DRAGGING THE BODY.

THEY SAY AT THAT TIME SHE WENT SHE WAS DRAGGING THE BODY.

THEY SAY AT THAT TIME SHE WENTMAD.

THEY SAY AT THAT TIME SHE WENTMAD.

THEY SAY AT THAT TIME SHE WENTMAD.

LATER I FOUND OUT MY FATHER IS MAD.

LATER I FOUND OUT MY FATHER IS MAD.

LATER I FOUND OUT MY FATHER ISNAMED AFTER THAT LITTLE BOY, LATER I FOUND OUT MY FATHER ISNAMED AFTER THAT LITTLE BOY, LATER I FOUND OUT MY FATHER ISNAMED AFTER THAT LITTLE BOY,BARKEV, HIS UNCLE.

NAMED AFTER THAT LITTLE BOY,BARKEV, HIS UNCLE.

NAMED AFTER THAT LITTLE BOY,BARKEV, HIS UNCLE.

AND THE LITTLE GIRL, HIS AUNT, BARKEV, HIS UNCLE.

AND THE LITTLE GIRL, HIS AUNT, BARKEV, HIS UNCLE.

AND THE LITTLE GIRL, HIS AUNT,DIED YEARS LATER IN AN ASYLUM IN AND THE LITTLE GIRL, HIS AUNT,DIED YEARS LATER IN AN ASYLUM IN AND THE LITTLE GIRL, HIS AUNT,DIED YEARS LATER IN AN ASYLUM INCYPRUS.

DIED YEARS LATER IN AN ASYLUM INCYPRUS.

DIED YEARS LATER IN AN ASYLUM INCYPRUS.

THAT SUMMER I STOPPED STEALING CYPRUS.

THAT SUMMER I STOPPED STEALING CYPRUS.

THAT SUMMER I STOPPED STEALINGFLOWERS.

THAT SUMMER I STOPPED STEALINGFLOWERS.

THAT SUMMER I STOPPED STEALINGFLOWERS.

I STARTED SEEING BLACK GOATS ON FLOWERS.

I STARTED SEEING BLACK GOATS ON FLOWERS.

I STARTED SEEING BLACK GOATS ONTHE MOUNTAINS OF ANJAR.

I STARTED SEEING BLACK GOATS ONTHE MOUNTAINS OF ANJAR.

I STARTED SEEING BLACK GOATS ONTHE MOUNTAINS OF ANJAR.

BODIES SINKING IN THE WATERS OF THE MOUNTAINS OF ANJAR.

BODIES SINKING IN THE WATERS OF THE MOUNTAINS OF ANJAR.

BODIES SINKING IN THE WATERS OFTHE EUPHRATES.

BODIES SINKING IN THE WATERS OFTHE EUPHRATES.

BODIES SINKING IN THE WATERS OFTHE EUPHRATES.

I COULD HEAR THE BULLDOZERS THE EUPHRATES.

I COULD HEAR THE BULLDOZERS THE EUPHRATES.

I COULD HEAR THE BULLDOZERSCOLLECTING CORPSES FROM THE I COULD HEAR THE BULLDOZERSCOLLECTING CORPSES FROM THE I COULD HEAR THE BULLDOZERSCOLLECTING CORPSES FROM THESTREETS OF BEIRUT, AND THE COLLECTING CORPSES FROM THESTREETS OF BEIRUT, AND THE COLLECTING CORPSES FROM THESTREETS OF BEIRUT, AND THECRIES OF THE ORPHANED CHILDREN.

STREETS OF BEIRUT, AND THECRIES OF THE ORPHANED CHILDREN.

STREETS OF BEIRUT, AND THECRIES OF THE ORPHANED CHILDREN.

MY MOTHER TOLD ME THAT HER CRIES OF THE ORPHANED CHILDREN.

MY MOTHER TOLD ME THAT HER CRIES OF THE ORPHANED CHILDREN.

MY MOTHER TOLD ME THAT HERMOTHER WAS ALSO AN ORPHAN.

MY MOTHER TOLD ME THAT HERMOTHER WAS ALSO AN ORPHAN.

MY MOTHER TOLD ME THAT HERMOTHER WAS ALSO AN ORPHAN.

[Speaking Armenian language] MOTHER WAS ALSO AN ORPHAN.

[Speaking Armenian language] MOTHER WAS ALSO AN ORPHAN.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEGENOCIDE, MY GREAT GRANDPARENTS >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEGENOCIDE, MY GREAT GRANDPARENTS >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEGENOCIDE, MY GREAT GRANDPARENTSALONG WITH MY FIVE GREAT UNCLES GENOCIDE, MY GREAT GRANDPARENTSALONG WITH MY FIVE GREAT UNCLES GENOCIDE, MY GREAT GRANDPARENTSALONG WITH MY FIVE GREAT UNCLESHAD ALL DIED.

ALONG WITH MY FIVE GREAT UNCLESHAD ALL DIED.

ALONG WITH MY FIVE GREAT UNCLESHAD ALL DIED.

MY GRANDMOTHER WAS A FOUR OR HAD ALL DIED.

MY GRANDMOTHER WAS A FOUR OR HAD ALL DIED.

MY GRANDMOTHER WAS A FOUR ORFIVE YEAR OLD GIRL.

MY GRANDMOTHER WAS A FOUR ORFIVE YEAR OLD GIRL.

MY GRANDMOTHER WAS A FOUR ORFIVE YEAR OLD GIRL.

[Speaking Armenian language] FIVE YEAR OLD GIRL.

[Speaking Armenian language] FIVE YEAR OLD GIRL.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WAS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WASSITTING AMONG THE DEAD BODIES >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WASSITTING AMONG THE DEAD BODIES >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE WASSITTING AMONG THE DEAD BODIESOF HER FAMILY, CRYING.

SITTING AMONG THE DEAD BODIESOF HER FAMILY, CRYING.

SITTING AMONG THE DEAD BODIESOF HER FAMILY, CRYING.

AN ARAB MAN PASSING BY HEARD OF HER FAMILY, CRYING.

AN ARAB MAN PASSING BY HEARD OF HER FAMILY, CRYING.

AN ARAB MAN PASSING BY HEARDHER CRIES AND TOOK HER HOME.

AN ARAB MAN PASSING BY HEARDHER CRIES AND TOOK HER HOME.

AN ARAB MAN PASSING BY HEARDHER CRIES AND TOOK HER HOME.

SHE WAS RAISED BY THE ARAB HER CRIES AND TOOK HER HOME.

SHE WAS RAISED BY THE ARAB HER CRIES AND TOOK HER HOME.

SHE WAS RAISED BY THE ARABFAMILY IN A SMALL VILLAGE IN SHE WAS RAISED BY THE ARABFAMILY IN A SMALL VILLAGE IN SHE WAS RAISED BY THE ARABFAMILY IN A SMALL VILLAGE INSYRIA.

FAMILY IN A SMALL VILLAGE INSYRIA.

FAMILY IN A SMALL VILLAGE INSYRIA.

[Speaking Armenian language] SYRIA.

[Speaking Armenian language] SYRIA.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "I AM THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "I AM THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "I AM THEDAUGHTER OF GENOCIDE SURVIVORS.

" >> Noura Kevorkian: "I AM THEDAUGHTER OF GENOCIDE SURVIVORS.

" >> Noura Kevorkian: "I AM THEDAUGHTER OF GENOCIDE SURVIVORS.

"[Soft music playing] DAUGHTER OF GENOCIDE SURVIVORS.

"[Soft music playing] DAUGHTER OF GENOCIDE SURVIVORS.

"[Soft music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Soft music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Soft music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "AND YOU [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "AND YOU [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "AND YOUARE THEIR GRANDDAUGHTER.

" >> Noura Kevorkian: "AND YOUARE THEIR GRANDDAUGHTER.

" >> Noura Kevorkian: "AND YOUARE THEIR GRANDDAUGHTER.

"[Soft music continues] ARE THEIR GRANDDAUGHTER.

"[Soft music continues] [Soft music continues] [Rumbling] [Rumbling] [Explosions] [Rumbling] [Explosions] [Screams, yelling] [Explosions] [Screams, yelling] [Explosions] [Screams, yelling][Dog barking] [Screams, yelling][Dog barking] [Screams, yelling][Dog barking][Explosions] [Dog barking][Explosions] [Dog barking][Explosions] [Gunshots] [Explosions] [Gunshots] [Gunshots] [Bell ringing] [Bell ringing] [Children laughing and [Bell ringing] [Children laughing andchattering] [Children laughing andchattering] [Children laughing andchattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN SCHOOL chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN SCHOOL chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN SCHOOLSTARTED THAT YEAR, I ONLY >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN SCHOOLSTARTED THAT YEAR, I ONLY >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN SCHOOLSTARTED THAT YEAR, I ONLYWATCHED THE OTHER CHILDREN STARTED THAT YEAR, I ONLYWATCHED THE OTHER CHILDREN STARTED THAT YEAR, I ONLYWATCHED THE OTHER CHILDRENPLAY.

WATCHED THE OTHER CHILDRENPLAY.

WATCHED THE OTHER CHILDRENPLAY.

I SAT AT MY DESK WANTING TO PLAY.

I SAT AT MY DESK WANTING TO PLAY.

I SAT AT MY DESK WANTING TOFIND OUT WHY THERE WAS A WAR I SAT AT MY DESK WANTING TOFIND OUT WHY THERE WAS A WAR I SAT AT MY DESK WANTING TOFIND OUT WHY THERE WAS A WARIN LEBANON, WHY THE TURKS WERE FIND OUT WHY THERE WAS A WARIN LEBANON, WHY THE TURKS WERE FIND OUT WHY THERE WAS A WARIN LEBANON, WHY THE TURKS WEREKILLING SO MANY ARMENIANS.

IN LEBANON, WHY THE TURKS WEREKILLING SO MANY ARMENIANS.

IN LEBANON, WHY THE TURKS WEREKILLING SO MANY ARMENIANS.

[Speaking Armenian language] KILLING SO MANY ARMENIANS.

[Speaking Armenian language] KILLING SO MANY ARMENIANS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HAD [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HAD [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I HADSO MANY QUESTIONS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I HADSO MANY QUESTIONS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I HADSO MANY QUESTIONS.

[Speaking Armenian language] SO MANY QUESTIONS.

[Speaking Armenian language] SO MANY QUESTIONS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THAT YEAR IN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THAT YEAR IN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THAT YEAR INSCHOOL, I LEARNED THAT THERE IS >> Noura Kevorkian: THAT YEAR INSCHOOL, I LEARNED THAT THERE IS >> Noura Kevorkian: THAT YEAR INSCHOOL, I LEARNED THAT THERE ISA PLACE WHERE ALL ARMENIANS ONCE SCHOOL, I LEARNED THAT THERE ISA PLACE WHERE ALL ARMENIANS ONCE SCHOOL, I LEARNED THAT THERE ISA PLACE WHERE ALL ARMENIANS ONCECAME FROM, A LAND CALLED ARMENIA A PLACE WHERE ALL ARMENIANS ONCECAME FROM, A LAND CALLED ARMENIA A PLACE WHERE ALL ARMENIANS ONCECAME FROM, A LAND CALLED ARMENIAWITH A HISTORY THAT GOES BACK CAME FROM, A LAND CALLED ARMENIAWITH A HISTORY THAT GOES BACK CAME FROM, A LAND CALLED ARMENIAWITH A HISTORY THAT GOES BACKMORE THAN 3,000 YEARS.

WITH A HISTORY THAT GOES BACKMORE THAN 3,000 YEARS.

WITH A HISTORY THAT GOES BACKMORE THAN 3,000 YEARS.

I LEARNED THAT WE ARMENIANS MORE THAN 3,000 YEARS.

I LEARNED THAT WE ARMENIANS MORE THAN 3,000 YEARS.

I LEARNED THAT WE ARMENIANSONCE HAD AN EMPIRE AND FAMOUS I LEARNED THAT WE ARMENIANSONCE HAD AN EMPIRE AND FAMOUS I LEARNED THAT WE ARMENIANSONCE HAD AN EMPIRE AND FAMOUSKINGS, AND THAT ARMENIA WAS THE ONCE HAD AN EMPIRE AND FAMOUSKINGS, AND THAT ARMENIA WAS THE ONCE HAD AN EMPIRE AND FAMOUSKINGS, AND THAT ARMENIA WAS THEFIRST NATION IN THE WORLD TO KINGS, AND THAT ARMENIA WAS THEFIRST NATION IN THE WORLD TO KINGS, AND THAT ARMENIA WAS THEFIRST NATION IN THE WORLD TOADOPT CHRISTIANITY.

FIRST NATION IN THE WORLD TOADOPT CHRISTIANITY.

FIRST NATION IN THE WORLD TOADOPT CHRISTIANITY.

I LEARNED THAT THE OTTOMAN ADOPT CHRISTIANITY.

I LEARNED THAT THE OTTOMAN ADOPT CHRISTIANITY.

I LEARNED THAT THE OTTOMANTURKISH EMPIRE WAS A POWERFUL I LEARNED THAT THE OTTOMANTURKISH EMPIRE WAS A POWERFUL I LEARNED THAT THE OTTOMANTURKISH EMPIRE WAS A POWERFULEMPIRE, WHICH RULED FOR NEARLY TURKISH EMPIRE WAS A POWERFULEMPIRE, WHICH RULED FOR NEARLY TURKISH EMPIRE WAS A POWERFULEMPIRE, WHICH RULED FOR NEARLYSIX CENTURIES.

EMPIRE, WHICH RULED FOR NEARLYSIX CENTURIES.

EMPIRE, WHICH RULED FOR NEARLYSIX CENTURIES.

CONSTANTINOPLE, MODERN DAY SIX CENTURIES.

CONSTANTINOPLE, MODERN DAY SIX CENTURIES.

CONSTANTINOPLE, MODERN DAYISTANBUL IN TURKEY, WAS THE CONSTANTINOPLE, MODERN DAYISTANBUL IN TURKEY, WAS THE CONSTANTINOPLE, MODERN DAYISTANBUL IN TURKEY, WAS THECAPITAL OF THIS ISLAMIC EMPIRE ISTANBUL IN TURKEY, WAS THECAPITAL OF THIS ISLAMIC EMPIRE ISTANBUL IN TURKEY, WAS THECAPITAL OF THIS ISLAMIC EMPIRERULED BY THE SULTAN.

CAPITAL OF THIS ISLAMIC EMPIRERULED BY THE SULTAN.

CAPITAL OF THIS ISLAMIC EMPIRERULED BY THE SULTAN.

MANY ARMENIANS, JEWS, GREEKS, RULED BY THE SULTAN.

MANY ARMENIANS, JEWS, GREEKS, RULED BY THE SULTAN.

MANY ARMENIANS, JEWS, GREEKS,ARABS AND KURDS WERE CITIZENS MANY ARMENIANS, JEWS, GREEKS,ARABS AND KURDS WERE CITIZENS MANY ARMENIANS, JEWS, GREEKS,ARABS AND KURDS WERE CITIZENSOF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE.

ARABS AND KURDS WERE CITIZENSOF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE.

ARABS AND KURDS WERE CITIZENSOF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE.

[Yelling, screams] OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE.

[Yelling, screams] OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE.

[Yelling, screams]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT JUST [Yelling, screams]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT JUST [Yelling, screams]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT JUSTLIKE ALL EMPIRES IN HISTORY, THE >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT JUSTLIKE ALL EMPIRES IN HISTORY, THE >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT JUSTLIKE ALL EMPIRES IN HISTORY, THEOTTOMAN EMPIRE WAS DUE TO LIKE ALL EMPIRES IN HISTORY, THEOTTOMAN EMPIRE WAS DUE TO LIKE ALL EMPIRES IN HISTORY, THEOTTOMAN EMPIRE WAS DUE TOCOLLAPSE, AND IN THE LATE 19th OTTOMAN EMPIRE WAS DUE TOCOLLAPSE, AND IN THE LATE 19th OTTOMAN EMPIRE WAS DUE TOCOLLAPSE, AND IN THE LATE 19thCENTURY, IT WAS READY TO FALL.

COLLAPSE, AND IN THE LATE 19thCENTURY, IT WAS READY TO FALL.

COLLAPSE, AND IN THE LATE 19thCENTURY, IT WAS READY TO FALL.

A GROUP OF YOUNG TURKISH CENTURY, IT WAS READY TO FALL.

A GROUP OF YOUNG TURKISH CENTURY, IT WAS READY TO FALL.

A GROUP OF YOUNG TURKISHINTELLECTUALS KNOWN BY THE NAME A GROUP OF YOUNG TURKISHINTELLECTUALS KNOWN BY THE NAME A GROUP OF YOUNG TURKISHINTELLECTUALS KNOWN BY THE NAMEOF THE YOUNG TURKS CAME UP WITH INTELLECTUALS KNOWN BY THE NAMEOF THE YOUNG TURKS CAME UP WITH INTELLECTUALS KNOWN BY THE NAMEOF THE YOUNG TURKS CAME UP WITHA POLITICAL IDEOLOGY TO TRY AND OF THE YOUNG TURKS CAME UP WITHA POLITICAL IDEOLOGY TO TRY AND OF THE YOUNG TURKS CAME UP WITHA POLITICAL IDEOLOGY TO TRY ANDSAVE THE EMPIRE FROM ITS A POLITICAL IDEOLOGY TO TRY ANDSAVE THE EMPIRE FROM ITS A POLITICAL IDEOLOGY TO TRY ANDSAVE THE EMPIRE FROM ITSDOWNFALL.

SAVE THE EMPIRE FROM ITSDOWNFALL.

SAVE THE EMPIRE FROM ITSDOWNFALL.

IN 1908, THE YOUNG TURKS DOWNFALL.

IN 1908, THE YOUNG TURKS DOWNFALL.

IN 1908, THE YOUNG TURKSOVERTHREW THE OTTOMAN SULTAN, IN 1908, THE YOUNG TURKSOVERTHREW THE OTTOMAN SULTAN, IN 1908, THE YOUNG TURKSOVERTHREW THE OTTOMAN SULTAN,AND BY 1912, GAINED FULL CONTROL OVERTHREW THE OTTOMAN SULTAN,AND BY 1912, GAINED FULL CONTROL OVERTHREW THE OTTOMAN SULTAN,AND BY 1912, GAINED FULL CONTROLOF THE GOVERNMENT.

AND BY 1912, GAINED FULL CONTROLOF THE GOVERNMENT.

AND BY 1912, GAINED FULL CONTROLOF THE GOVERNMENT.

THEIR MAIN LEADERS WERE TALAT OF THE GOVERNMENT.

THEIR MAIN LEADERS WERE TALAT OF THE GOVERNMENT.

THEIR MAIN LEADERS WERE TALATPASHA, MINISTER OF INTERIOR AND THEIR MAIN LEADERS WERE TALATPASHA, MINISTER OF INTERIOR AND THEIR MAIN LEADERS WERE TALATPASHA, MINISTER OF INTERIOR ANDENVER PASHA, MINISTER OF PASHA, MINISTER OF INTERIOR ANDENVER PASHA, MINISTER OF PASHA, MINISTER OF INTERIOR ANDENVER PASHA, MINISTER OFDEFENCE.

ENVER PASHA, MINISTER OFDEFENCE.

ENVER PASHA, MINISTER OFDEFENCE.

[Speaking Armenian language] DEFENCE.

[Speaking Armenian language] DEFENCE.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I'LL NEVER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I'LL NEVER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I'LL NEVERFORGET THE DAY MY TEACHER >> Noura Kevorkian: I'LL NEVERFORGET THE DAY MY TEACHER >> Noura Kevorkian: I'LL NEVERFORGET THE DAY MY TEACHERDISPLAYED THE PHOTOS OF THE MOST FORGET THE DAY MY TEACHERDISPLAYED THE PHOTOS OF THE MOST FORGET THE DAY MY TEACHERDISPLAYED THE PHOTOS OF THE MOSTEVIL MEN OF THE 20th CENTURY AND DISPLAYED THE PHOTOS OF THE MOSTEVIL MEN OF THE 20th CENTURY AND DISPLAYED THE PHOTOS OF THE MOSTEVIL MEN OF THE 20th CENTURY ANDEXPLAINED THEIR IDEOLOGIES.

EVIL MEN OF THE 20th CENTURY ANDEXPLAINED THEIR IDEOLOGIES.

EVIL MEN OF THE 20th CENTURY ANDEXPLAINED THEIR IDEOLOGIES.

[Speaking Armenian language] EXPLAINED THEIR IDEOLOGIES.

[Speaking Armenian language] EXPLAINED THEIR IDEOLOGIES.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HE SAID THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HE SAID THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HE SAID THEMOTTO OF THE YOUNG TURKS WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: HE SAID THEMOTTO OF THE YOUNG TURKS WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: HE SAID THEMOTTO OF THE YOUNG TURKS WASPAN-TURKISM AND PAN-ISLAMISM, MOTTO OF THE YOUNG TURKS WASPAN-TURKISM AND PAN-ISLAMISM, MOTTO OF THE YOUNG TURKS WASPAN-TURKISM AND PAN-ISLAMISM,IDEOLOGIES WHICH ADVOCATED THE PAN-TURKISM AND PAN-ISLAMISM,IDEOLOGIES WHICH ADVOCATED THE PAN-TURKISM AND PAN-ISLAMISM,IDEOLOGIES WHICH ADVOCATED THEREVIVAL OF THE TURKISH NATION, IDEOLOGIES WHICH ADVOCATED THEREVIVAL OF THE TURKISH NATION, IDEOLOGIES WHICH ADVOCATED THEREVIVAL OF THE TURKISH NATION,BASED ON RACIAL PURITY.

REVIVAL OF THE TURKISH NATION,BASED ON RACIAL PURITY.

REVIVAL OF THE TURKISH NATION,BASED ON RACIAL PURITY.

TURKEY WAS TO BE ONLY FOR THE BASED ON RACIAL PURITY.

TURKEY WAS TO BE ONLY FOR THE BASED ON RACIAL PURITY.

TURKEY WAS TO BE ONLY FOR THETURKS, AND THEY DEVISED A PLAN TURKEY WAS TO BE ONLY FOR THETURKS, AND THEY DEVISED A PLAN TURKEY WAS TO BE ONLY FOR THETURKS, AND THEY DEVISED A PLANTO CREATE A TURKISH EMPIRE TURKS, AND THEY DEVISED A PLANTO CREATE A TURKISH EMPIRE TURKS, AND THEY DEVISED A PLANTO CREATE A TURKISH EMPIREDEVOID OF CHRISTIAN MINORITIES, TO CREATE A TURKISH EMPIREDEVOID OF CHRISTIAN MINORITIES, TO CREATE A TURKISH EMPIREDEVOID OF CHRISTIAN MINORITIES,ESPECIALLY THE ARMENIANS.

DEVOID OF CHRISTIAN MINORITIES,ESPECIALLY THE ARMENIANS.

DEVOID OF CHRISTIAN MINORITIES,ESPECIALLY THE ARMENIANS.

[Speaking Armenian language] ESPECIALLY THE ARMENIANS.

[Speaking Armenian language] ESPECIALLY THE ARMENIANS.

[Speaking Armenian language] [Soft music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Soft music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNED [Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNED [Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNEDTHAT THE YOUNG TURKS' IDEOLOGY >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNEDTHAT THE YOUNG TURKS' IDEOLOGY >> Noura Kevorkian: I LEARNEDTHAT THE YOUNG TURKS' IDEOLOGYOF RACIAL PURITY WAS ONE THAT THAT THE YOUNG TURKS' IDEOLOGYOF RACIAL PURITY WAS ONE THAT THAT THE YOUNG TURKS' IDEOLOGYOF RACIAL PURITY WAS ONE THATWAS TO BRING DESTRUCTION AND OF RACIAL PURITY WAS ONE THATWAS TO BRING DESTRUCTION AND OF RACIAL PURITY WAS ONE THATWAS TO BRING DESTRUCTION ANDDEATH TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE IN WAS TO BRING DESTRUCTION ANDDEATH TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE IN WAS TO BRING DESTRUCTION ANDDEATH TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE INTHE YEARS TO COME.

DEATH TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE INTHE YEARS TO COME.

DEATH TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE INTHE YEARS TO COME.

IT WAS THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

THE YEARS TO COME.

IT WAS THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

THE YEARS TO COME.

IT WAS THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

THE OTTOMANS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT WAS THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

THE OTTOMANS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT WAS THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

THE OTTOMANS TAKING ADVANTAGE OFTHE WAR TOLD THE ARMENIAN THE OTTOMANS TAKING ADVANTAGE OFTHE WAR TOLD THE ARMENIAN THE OTTOMANS TAKING ADVANTAGE OFTHE WAR TOLD THE ARMENIANCITIZENS OF THEIR EMPIRE THAT THE WAR TOLD THE ARMENIANCITIZENS OF THEIR EMPIRE THAT THE WAR TOLD THE ARMENIANCITIZENS OF THEIR EMPIRE THATTHEY HAD TO BE DEPORTED FOR CITIZENS OF THEIR EMPIRE THATTHEY HAD TO BE DEPORTED FOR CITIZENS OF THEIR EMPIRE THATTHEY HAD TO BE DEPORTED FORTHEIR OWN PROTECTION.

THEY HAD TO BE DEPORTED FORTHEIR OWN PROTECTION.

THEY HAD TO BE DEPORTED FORTHEIR OWN PROTECTION.

INSTEAD, ACCORDING TO THEIR THEIR OWN PROTECTION.

INSTEAD, ACCORDING TO THEIR THEIR OWN PROTECTION.

INSTEAD, ACCORDING TO THEIRPLAN, THEY DROVE COLUMNS OF INSTEAD, ACCORDING TO THEIRPLAN, THEY DROVE COLUMNS OF INSTEAD, ACCORDING TO THEIRPLAN, THEY DROVE COLUMNS OFDESPERATE ARMENIANS FROM ALL PLAN, THEY DROVE COLUMNS OFDESPERATE ARMENIANS FROM ALL PLAN, THEY DROVE COLUMNS OFDESPERATE ARMENIANS FROM ALLOVER THE EMPIRE INTO THE DESPERATE ARMENIANS FROM ALLOVER THE EMPIRE INTO THE DESPERATE ARMENIANS FROM ALLOVER THE EMPIRE INTO THESCORCHING DESERTS OF SYRIA.

OVER THE EMPIRE INTO THESCORCHING DESERTS OF SYRIA.

OVER THE EMPIRE INTO THESCORCHING DESERTS OF SYRIA.

THOSE WHO WERE NOT SLAUGHTERED SCORCHING DESERTS OF SYRIA.

THOSE WHO WERE NOT SLAUGHTERED SCORCHING DESERTS OF SYRIA.

THOSE WHO WERE NOT SLAUGHTEREDOUTRIGHT ON THE WAY, WERE LEFT THOSE WHO WERE NOT SLAUGHTEREDOUTRIGHT ON THE WAY, WERE LEFT THOSE WHO WERE NOT SLAUGHTEREDOUTRIGHT ON THE WAY, WERE LEFTTO PERISH FROM HEAT, HUNGER, OUTRIGHT ON THE WAY, WERE LEFTTO PERISH FROM HEAT, HUNGER, OUTRIGHT ON THE WAY, WERE LEFTTO PERISH FROM HEAT, HUNGER,EXHAUSTION AND FROM THE FURTHER TO PERISH FROM HEAT, HUNGER,EXHAUSTION AND FROM THE FURTHER TO PERISH FROM HEAT, HUNGER,EXHAUSTION AND FROM THE FURTHERPHYSICAL BRUTALITY OF THE EXHAUSTION AND FROM THE FURTHERPHYSICAL BRUTALITY OF THE EXHAUSTION AND FROM THE FURTHERPHYSICAL BRUTALITY OF THETURKISH SOLDIERS.

PHYSICAL BRUTALITY OF THETURKISH SOLDIERS.

TURKISH SOLDIERS.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I ALWAYS >> Noura Kevorkian: I ALWAYSWANTED TO KNOW WHAT THE TURKS >> Noura Kevorkian: I ALWAYSWANTED TO KNOW WHAT THE TURKSDID TO ARAM BABOOG'S MOTHER, WANTED TO KNOW WHAT THE TURKSDID TO ARAM BABOOG'S MOTHER, WANTED TO KNOW WHAT THE TURKSDID TO ARAM BABOOG'S MOTHER,THE SWEET OLD MAN WHO LIVED DID TO ARAM BABOOG'S MOTHER,THE SWEET OLD MAN WHO LIVED DID TO ARAM BABOOG'S MOTHER,THE SWEET OLD MAN WHO LIVEDRIGHT BESIDE THE BIG CHURCH.

THE SWEET OLD MAN WHO LIVEDRIGHT BESIDE THE BIG CHURCH.

THE SWEET OLD MAN WHO LIVEDRIGHT BESIDE THE BIG CHURCH.

MY MOTHER AND I VISITED RIGHT BESIDE THE BIG CHURCH.

MY MOTHER AND I VISITED RIGHT BESIDE THE BIG CHURCH.

MY MOTHER AND I VISITEDHIM ON SUNDAYS, AND WE CRIED MY MOTHER AND I VISITEDHIM ON SUNDAYS, AND WE CRIED MY MOTHER AND I VISITEDHIM ON SUNDAYS, AND WE CRIEDWHEN HE TOLD HIS STORIES.

HIM ON SUNDAYS, AND WE CRIEDWHEN HE TOLD HIS STORIES.

HIM ON SUNDAYS, AND WE CRIEDWHEN HE TOLD HIS STORIES.

BUT ARAM BABOOG NEVER CRIED.

WHEN HE TOLD HIS STORIES.

BUT ARAM BABOOG NEVER CRIED.

WHEN HE TOLD HIS STORIES.

BUT ARAM BABOOG NEVER CRIED.

DURING THE GENOCIDE, HE WAS BUT ARAM BABOOG NEVER CRIED.

DURING THE GENOCIDE, HE WAS BUT ARAM BABOOG NEVER CRIED.

DURING THE GENOCIDE, HE WASFIVE YEARS OLD.

DURING THE GENOCIDE, HE WASFIVE YEARS OLD.

DURING THE GENOCIDE, HE WASFIVE YEARS OLD.

HE REMEMBERED EVERYTHING.

FIVE YEARS OLD.

HE REMEMBERED EVERYTHING.

FIVE YEARS OLD.

HE REMEMBERED EVERYTHING.

[Speaking Armenian language] HE REMEMBERED EVERYTHING.

[Speaking Armenian language] HE REMEMBERED EVERYTHING.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MEN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MEN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MENBETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MENBETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND >> Noura Kevorkian: THE MENBETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND45 WERE DRAFTED TO THE OTTOMAN BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND45 WERE DRAFTED TO THE OTTOMAN BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND45 WERE DRAFTED TO THE OTTOMANARMY.

45 WERE DRAFTED TO THE OTTOMANARMY.

45 WERE DRAFTED TO THE OTTOMANARMY.

HIS FATHER WAS ONE OF THEM.

ARMY.

HIS FATHER WAS ONE OF THEM.

ARMY.

HIS FATHER WAS ONE OF THEM.

ARMENIAN SOLDIERS WHO WENT INTO HIS FATHER WAS ONE OF THEM.

ARMENIAN SOLDIERS WHO WENT INTO HIS FATHER WAS ONE OF THEM.

ARMENIAN SOLDIERS WHO WENT INTOTHE TURKISH ARMY NEVER ARMENIAN SOLDIERS WHO WENT INTOTHE TURKISH ARMY NEVER ARMENIAN SOLDIERS WHO WENT INTOTHE TURKISH ARMY NEVERRETURNED.

THE TURKISH ARMY NEVERRETURNED.

THE TURKISH ARMY NEVERRETURNED.

[Speaking Armenian language] RETURNED.

[Speaking Armenian language] RETURNED.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THOSE UNDER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THOSE UNDER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THOSE UNDER18 AND OVER 45 WERE HANDCUFFED >> Noura Kevorkian: THOSE UNDER18 AND OVER 45 WERE HANDCUFFED >> Noura Kevorkian: THOSE UNDER18 AND OVER 45 WERE HANDCUFFEDAND TAKEN TO THE EDGE OF THE 18 AND OVER 45 WERE HANDCUFFEDAND TAKEN TO THE EDGE OF THE 18 AND OVER 45 WERE HANDCUFFEDAND TAKEN TO THE EDGE OF THEVILLAGE.

AND TAKEN TO THE EDGE OF THEVILLAGE.

AND TAKEN TO THE EDGE OF THEVILLAGE.

THEY WERE SHOT AND THROWN INTO VILLAGE.

THEY WERE SHOT AND THROWN INTO VILLAGE.

THEY WERE SHOT AND THROWN INTOMASS GRAVES.

THEY WERE SHOT AND THROWN INTOMASS GRAVES.

THEY WERE SHOT AND THROWN INTOMASS GRAVES.

[Speaking Armenian language] MASS GRAVES.

[Speaking Armenian language] MASS GRAVES.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEN THEY [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEN THEY [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEN THEYGATHERED THE WOMEN, THE OLD AND >> Noura Kevorkian: THEN THEYGATHERED THE WOMEN, THE OLD AND >> Noura Kevorkian: THEN THEYGATHERED THE WOMEN, THE OLD ANDTHE CHILDREN TO THE EDGE OF GATHERED THE WOMEN, THE OLD ANDTHE CHILDREN TO THE EDGE OF GATHERED THE WOMEN, THE OLD ANDTHE CHILDREN TO THE EDGE OFTHE VILLAGE AND KILLED THEM ALL.

THE CHILDREN TO THE EDGE OFTHE VILLAGE AND KILLED THEM ALL.

THE CHILDREN TO THE EDGE OFTHE VILLAGE AND KILLED THEM ALL.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE VILLAGE AND KILLED THEM ALL.

[Speaking Armenian language] THE VILLAGE AND KILLED THEM ALL.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY MOTHER [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY MOTHERUSED TO BE A BEAUTY QUEEN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: "MY MOTHERUSED TO BE A BEAUTY QUEEN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: "MY MOTHERUSED TO BE A BEAUTY QUEEN.

THE TURKS TOOK HER AWAY.

" USED TO BE A BEAUTY QUEEN.

THE TURKS TOOK HER AWAY.

" USED TO BE A BEAUTY QUEEN.

THE TURKS TOOK HER AWAY.

"[Speaking Armenian language] THE TURKS TOOK HER AWAY.

"[Speaking Armenian language] THE TURKS TOOK HER AWAY.

"[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "SHE WAS THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "SHE WAS THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "SHE WAS THEONLY WOMAN IN THE VILLAGE WITH >> Noura Kevorkian: "SHE WAS THEONLY WOMAN IN THE VILLAGE WITH >> Noura Kevorkian: "SHE WAS THEONLY WOMAN IN THE VILLAGE WITHSUCH BEAUTY.

" ONLY WOMAN IN THE VILLAGE WITHSUCH BEAUTY.

" ONLY WOMAN IN THE VILLAGE WITHSUCH BEAUTY.

"[Armenian music playing] SUCH BEAUTY.

"[Armenian music playing] [Armenian music playing] [Movie reel clicking] [Movie reel clicking][Speaking Armenian language] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IT'S BEEN 15 >> Noura Kevorkian: IT'S BEEN 15YEARS SINCE I WALKED ON THIS >> Noura Kevorkian: IT'S BEEN 15YEARS SINCE I WALKED ON THISROAD TO GO VISIT THE OLD WOMAN YEARS SINCE I WALKED ON THISROAD TO GO VISIT THE OLD WOMAN YEARS SINCE I WALKED ON THISROAD TO GO VISIT THE OLD WOMANWHO HAD SUFFERED SO MUCH SHE HAD ROAD TO GO VISIT THE OLD WOMANWHO HAD SUFFERED SO MUCH SHE HAD ROAD TO GO VISIT THE OLD WOMANWHO HAD SUFFERED SO MUCH SHE HADLOST HER BEAUTY.

WHO HAD SUFFERED SO MUCH SHE HADLOST HER BEAUTY.

WHO HAD SUFFERED SO MUCH SHE HADLOST HER BEAUTY.

GABAYD MAYROOM GAVE ME A BIG LOST HER BEAUTY.

GABAYD MAYROOM GAVE ME A BIG LOST HER BEAUTY.

GABAYD MAYROOM GAVE ME A BIGHUG.

GABAYD MAYROOM GAVE ME A BIGHUG.

GABAYD MAYROOM GAVE ME A BIGHUG.

SHE PULLED UP HER CHAIR AND SAT HUG.

SHE PULLED UP HER CHAIR AND SAT HUG.

SHE PULLED UP HER CHAIR AND SATON HER SIDEWALK.

SHE PULLED UP HER CHAIR AND SATON HER SIDEWALK.

SHE PULLED UP HER CHAIR AND SATON HER SIDEWALK.

[Speaking Armenian language] ON HER SIDEWALK.

[Speaking Armenian language] ON HER SIDEWALK.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS LIKE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS LIKE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS LIKETHE OLD DAYS, ONLY THIS TIME I'M >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS LIKETHE OLD DAYS, ONLY THIS TIME I'M >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS LIKETHE OLD DAYS, ONLY THIS TIME I'MREADY TO LISTEN TO HER STORIES.

THE OLD DAYS, ONLY THIS TIME I'MREADY TO LISTEN TO HER STORIES.

THE OLD DAYS, ONLY THIS TIME I'MREADY TO LISTEN TO HER STORIES.

SHE TOLD ME MANY STORIES THAT READY TO LISTEN TO HER STORIES.

SHE TOLD ME MANY STORIES THAT READY TO LISTEN TO HER STORIES.

SHE TOLD ME MANY STORIES THATDAY FROM HER CHILDHOOD IN SHE TOLD ME MANY STORIES THATDAY FROM HER CHILDHOOD IN SHE TOLD ME MANY STORIES THATDAY FROM HER CHILDHOOD IN MUSA DAGH TO HER MOVE DAY FROM HER CHILDHOOD IN MUSA DAGH TO HER MOVE DAY FROM HER CHILDHOOD IN MUSA DAGH TO HER MOVETO ANJAR.

MUSA DAGH TO HER MOVETO ANJAR.

MUSA DAGH TO HER MOVETO ANJAR.

BUT LATER, WHEN I CHECKED MY TO ANJAR.

BUT LATER, WHEN I CHECKED MY TO ANJAR.

BUT LATER, WHEN I CHECKED MYFOOTAGE, I REALIZED SOMETHING BUT LATER, WHEN I CHECKED MYFOOTAGE, I REALIZED SOMETHING BUT LATER, WHEN I CHECKED MYFOOTAGE, I REALIZED SOMETHINGHAD GONE WRONG.

FOOTAGE, I REALIZED SOMETHINGHAD GONE WRONG.

FOOTAGE, I REALIZED SOMETHINGHAD GONE WRONG.

[Speaking Armenian language] HAD GONE WRONG.

[Speaking Armenian language] HAD GONE WRONG.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LOST MOST [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LOST MOST [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: I LOST MOSTOF HER INTERVIEW EXCEPT A FEW >> Noura Kevorkian: I LOST MOSTOF HER INTERVIEW EXCEPT A FEW >> Noura Kevorkian: I LOST MOSTOF HER INTERVIEW EXCEPT A FEWUSABLE MINUTES OF FOOTAGE.

OF HER INTERVIEW EXCEPT A FEWUSABLE MINUTES OF FOOTAGE.

OF HER INTERVIEW EXCEPT A FEWUSABLE MINUTES OF FOOTAGE.

[Speaking Armenian language] USABLE MINUTES OF FOOTAGE.

[Speaking Armenian language] USABLE MINUTES OF FOOTAGE.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE, SHE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE, SHE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE, SHEIS TELLING ABOUT THE DAY THEY >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE, SHEIS TELLING ABOUT THE DAY THEY >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE, SHEIS TELLING ABOUT THE DAY THEYARRIVED IN ANJAR WITH IS TELLING ABOUT THE DAY THEYARRIVED IN ANJAR WITH IS TELLING ABOUT THE DAY THEYARRIVED IN ANJAR WITHTRAINS AND TRUCKS.

ARRIVED IN ANJAR WITHTRAINS AND TRUCKS.

ARRIVED IN ANJAR WITHTRAINS AND TRUCKS.

ANJAR WAS A SWAMPLAND, TRAINS AND TRUCKS.

ANJAR WAS A SWAMPLAND, TRAINS AND TRUCKS.

ANJAR WAS A SWAMPLAND,THERE WAS NOT EVEN ONE GREEN ANJAR WAS A SWAMPLAND,THERE WAS NOT EVEN ONE GREEN ANJAR WAS A SWAMPLAND,THERE WAS NOT EVEN ONE GREENTREE IN THE WHOLE AREA.

THERE WAS NOT EVEN ONE GREENTREE IN THE WHOLE AREA.

THERE WAS NOT EVEN ONE GREENTREE IN THE WHOLE AREA.

THEY LIVED IN TENTS, THEY HAD TREE IN THE WHOLE AREA.

THEY LIVED IN TENTS, THEY HAD TREE IN THE WHOLE AREA.

THEY LIVED IN TENTS, THEY HADNO WATER, PEOPLE DIED, THEY THEY LIVED IN TENTS, THEY HADNO WATER, PEOPLE DIED, THEY THEY LIVED IN TENTS, THEY HADNO WATER, PEOPLE DIED, THEYSUFFERED A LOT.

NO WATER, PEOPLE DIED, THEYSUFFERED A LOT.

NO WATER, PEOPLE DIED, THEYSUFFERED A LOT.

[Speaking Armenian language] SUFFERED A LOT.

[Speaking Armenian language] SUFFERED A LOT.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "A MOUNTAIN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "A MOUNTAIN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "A MOUNTAINOF SUFFERING AND I AM STILL >> Noura Kevorkian: "A MOUNTAINOF SUFFERING AND I AM STILL >> Noura Kevorkian: "A MOUNTAINOF SUFFERING AND I AM STILLSUFFERING.

" OF SUFFERING AND I AM STILLSUFFERING.

" OF SUFFERING AND I AM STILLSUFFERING.

"[Speaking Armenian language] SUFFERING.

"[Speaking Armenian language] SUFFERING.

"[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "JESUS IS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "JESUS IS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "JESUS ISNOT TAKING ME NEAR HIM SO THAT I >> Noura Kevorkian: "JESUS ISNOT TAKING ME NEAR HIM SO THAT I >> Noura Kevorkian: "JESUS ISNOT TAKING ME NEAR HIM SO THAT ICAN REST IN PEACE.

" NOT TAKING ME NEAR HIM SO THAT ICAN REST IN PEACE.

" NOT TAKING ME NEAR HIM SO THAT ICAN REST IN PEACE.

"I DIDN'T HAVE A CHANCE TO GO CAN REST IN PEACE.

"I DIDN'T HAVE A CHANCE TO GO CAN REST IN PEACE.

"I DIDN'T HAVE A CHANCE TO GOBACK TO RE-SHOOT ANOTHER I DIDN'T HAVE A CHANCE TO GOBACK TO RE-SHOOT ANOTHER I DIDN'T HAVE A CHANCE TO GOBACK TO RE-SHOOT ANOTHERINTERVIEW.

BACK TO RE-SHOOT ANOTHERINTERVIEW.

BACK TO RE-SHOOT ANOTHERINTERVIEW.

SATURDAY MORNING, THE CHURCH INTERVIEW.

SATURDAY MORNING, THE CHURCH INTERVIEW.

SATURDAY MORNING, THE CHURCHBELLS RANG IN ANJAR.

SATURDAY MORNING, THE CHURCHBELLS RANG IN ANJAR.

SATURDAY MORNING, THE CHURCHBELLS RANG IN ANJAR.

GABAYD MAYROOM HAD DIED IN HER BELLS RANG IN ANJAR.

GABAYD MAYROOM HAD DIED IN HER BELLS RANG IN ANJAR.

GABAYD MAYROOM HAD DIED IN HERSLEEP THE NIGHT BEFORE.

GABAYD MAYROOM HAD DIED IN HERSLEEP THE NIGHT BEFORE.

GABAYD MAYROOM HAD DIED IN HERSLEEP THE NIGHT BEFORE.

SHE TOOK TO HER GRAVE 94 YEARS SLEEP THE NIGHT BEFORE.

SHE TOOK TO HER GRAVE 94 YEARS SLEEP THE NIGHT BEFORE.

SHE TOOK TO HER GRAVE 94 YEARSOF STORIES BEGINNING WITH HER SHE TOOK TO HER GRAVE 94 YEARSOF STORIES BEGINNING WITH HER SHE TOOK TO HER GRAVE 94 YEARSOF STORIES BEGINNING WITH HERFIRST MEMORIES AT THE AGE OF SIX OF STORIES BEGINNING WITH HERFIRST MEMORIES AT THE AGE OF SIX OF STORIES BEGINNING WITH HERFIRST MEMORIES AT THE AGE OF SIXOF THE 1915 ARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

FIRST MEMORIES AT THE AGE OF SIXOF THE 1915 ARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

FIRST MEMORIES AT THE AGE OF SIXOF THE 1915 ARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

[Soft music playing] OF THE 1915 ARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

[Soft music playing] OF THE 1915 ARMENIAN GENOCIDE.

[Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: NOW, THERE [Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: NOW, THERE [Soft music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: NOW, THEREWERE ONLY A FEW ELDERS LEFT IN >> Noura Kevorkian: NOW, THEREWERE ONLY A FEW ELDERS LEFT IN >> Noura Kevorkian: NOW, THEREWERE ONLY A FEW ELDERS LEFT INTHE VILLAGE WHO HAD LIVED WERE ONLY A FEW ELDERS LEFT INTHE VILLAGE WHO HAD LIVED WERE ONLY A FEW ELDERS LEFT INTHE VILLAGE WHO HAD LIVEDTHROUGH THE EVENTS.

THE VILLAGE WHO HAD LIVEDTHROUGH THE EVENTS.

THE VILLAGE WHO HAD LIVEDTHROUGH THE EVENTS.

I WENT TO SEE THEM, TO HEAR THROUGH THE EVENTS.

I WENT TO SEE THEM, TO HEAR THROUGH THE EVENTS.

I WENT TO SEE THEM, TO HEARTHEIR STORIES OF HOW THE PEOPLE I WENT TO SEE THEM, TO HEARTHEIR STORIES OF HOW THE PEOPLE I WENT TO SEE THEM, TO HEARTHEIR STORIES OF HOW THE PEOPLEOF MUSA DAGH SURVIVED THEIR STORIES OF HOW THE PEOPLEOF MUSA DAGH SURVIVED THEIR STORIES OF HOW THE PEOPLEOF MUSA DAGH SURVIVEDTHE GENOCIDE.

OF MUSA DAGH SURVIVEDTHE GENOCIDE.

OF MUSA DAGH SURVIVEDTHE GENOCIDE.

[Children laughing] THE GENOCIDE.

[Children laughing] THE GENOCIDE.

[Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENEAND VARTOUHI NENE WERE INNOCENT >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENEAND VARTOUHI NENE WERE INNOCENT >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENEAND VARTOUHI NENE WERE INNOCENTCHILDREN PLAYING IN THE FIELDS AND VARTOUHI NENE WERE INNOCENTCHILDREN PLAYING IN THE FIELDS AND VARTOUHI NENE WERE INNOCENTCHILDREN PLAYING IN THE FIELDSOF MUSA DAGH, IN APRIL CHILDREN PLAYING IN THE FIELDSOF MUSA DAGH, IN APRIL CHILDREN PLAYING IN THE FIELDSOF MUSA DAGH, IN APRILOF 1915 WHEN THE TURKS WERE OF MUSA DAGH, IN APRILOF 1915 WHEN THE TURKS WERE OF MUSA DAGH, IN APRILOF 1915 WHEN THE TURKS WERESENDING DEPORTATION ORDERS TO OF 1915 WHEN THE TURKS WERESENDING DEPORTATION ORDERS TO OF 1915 WHEN THE TURKS WERESENDING DEPORTATION ORDERS TOARMENIAN CITIES TOWNS AND SENDING DEPORTATION ORDERS TOARMENIAN CITIES TOWNS AND SENDING DEPORTATION ORDERS TOARMENIAN CITIES TOWNS ANDVILLAGES.

ARMENIAN CITIES TOWNS ANDVILLAGES.

ARMENIAN CITIES TOWNS ANDVILLAGES.

[Children laughing] VILLAGES.

[Children laughing] VILLAGES.

[Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST WAS [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST WAS [Children laughing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST WASSEVEN YEARS OLD AND VARTOUHI >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST WASSEVEN YEARS OLD AND VARTOUHI >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST WASSEVEN YEARS OLD AND VARTOUHIWAS NINE.

SEVEN YEARS OLD AND VARTOUHIWAS NINE.

SEVEN YEARS OLD AND VARTOUHIWAS NINE.

[Speaking Armenian language] WAS NINE.

[Speaking Armenian language] WAS NINE.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "WHEN WE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "WHEN WE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "WHEN WELIVED IN MUSA DAGH, WE >> Noura Kevorkian: "WHEN WELIVED IN MUSA DAGH, WE >> Noura Kevorkian: "WHEN WELIVED IN MUSA DAGH, WEWERE REALLY HAPPY.

LIVED IN MUSA DAGH, WEWERE REALLY HAPPY.

LIVED IN MUSA DAGH, WEWERE REALLY HAPPY.

WE HAD A GOOD LIFE.

" WERE REALLY HAPPY.

WE HAD A GOOD LIFE.

" WERE REALLY HAPPY.

WE HAD A GOOD LIFE.

"[Speaking Armenian language] WE HAD A GOOD LIFE.

"[Speaking Armenian language] WE HAD A GOOD LIFE.

"[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "BUT WHEN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "BUT WHEN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "BUT WHENALL THESE PROBLEMS STARTED >> Noura Kevorkian: "BUT WHENALL THESE PROBLEMS STARTED >> Noura Kevorkian: "BUT WHENALL THESE PROBLEMS STARTEDWE KNEW WE COULD NOT LIVE ALL THESE PROBLEMS STARTEDWE KNEW WE COULD NOT LIVE ALL THESE PROBLEMS STARTEDWE KNEW WE COULD NOT LIVEPEACEFULLY ANY LONGER.

" WE KNEW WE COULD NOT LIVEPEACEFULLY ANY LONGER.

" WE KNEW WE COULD NOT LIVEPEACEFULLY ANY LONGER.

"BY JULY, THE PEOPLE OF MUSA PEACEFULLY ANY LONGER.

"BY JULY, THE PEOPLE OF MUSA PEACEFULLY ANY LONGER.

"BY JULY, THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH KNEW FOR CERTAIN BY JULY, THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH KNEW FOR CERTAIN BY JULY, THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH KNEW FOR CERTAINTHAT THEIR TURN FOR DEPORTATION DAGH KNEW FOR CERTAINTHAT THEIR TURN FOR DEPORTATION DAGH KNEW FOR CERTAINTHAT THEIR TURN FOR DEPORTATIONWOULD COME SOON.

THAT THEIR TURN FOR DEPORTATIONWOULD COME SOON.

THAT THEIR TURN FOR DEPORTATIONWOULD COME SOON.

THE LEADERS OF THE SIX MUSA WOULD COME SOON.

THE LEADERS OF THE SIX MUSA WOULD COME SOON.

THE LEADERS OF THE SIX MUSA DAGH VILLAGES HELD A THE LEADERS OF THE SIX MUSA DAGH VILLAGES HELD A THE LEADERS OF THE SIX MUSA DAGH VILLAGES HELD AMEETING.

DAGH VILLAGES HELD AMEETING.

DAGH VILLAGES HELD AMEETING.

SOMEHOW THEY KNEW THAT MEETING.

SOMEHOW THEY KNEW THAT MEETING.

SOMEHOW THEY KNEW THATCOMPLYING WITH THE DEPORTATION SOMEHOW THEY KNEW THATCOMPLYING WITH THE DEPORTATION SOMEHOW THEY KNEW THATCOMPLYING WITH THE DEPORTATIONORDER MEANT DEATH.

COMPLYING WITH THE DEPORTATIONORDER MEANT DEATH.

ORDER MEANT DEATH.

>> Noura Kevorkian: INSTEAD, >> Noura Kevorkian: INSTEAD,THEY DECIDED TO RESIST THE >> Noura Kevorkian: INSTEAD,THEY DECIDED TO RESIST THEOTTOMANS.

THEY DECIDED TO RESIST THEOTTOMANS.

THEY DECIDED TO RESIST THEOTTOMANS.

THEY PLANNED TO CLIMB THE MUSA OTTOMANS.

THEY PLANNED TO CLIMB THE MUSA OTTOMANS.

THEY PLANNED TO CLIMB THE MUSAMOUNTAIN AND FIGHT THE TURKS.

THEY PLANNED TO CLIMB THE MUSAMOUNTAIN AND FIGHT THE TURKS.

THEY PLANNED TO CLIMB THE MUSAMOUNTAIN AND FIGHT THE TURKS.

[Speaking Armenian language] MOUNTAIN AND FIGHT THE TURKS.

[Speaking Armenian language] MOUNTAIN AND FIGHT THE TURKS.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY HAD [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY HAD [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY HADTWO CHOICES: EITHER FIGHT OR >> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY HADTWO CHOICES: EITHER FIGHT OR >> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY HADTWO CHOICES: EITHER FIGHT ORDIE.

TWO CHOICES: EITHER FIGHT ORDIE.

TWO CHOICES: EITHER FIGHT ORDIE.

THERE WAS NO OTHER WAY!" DIE.

THERE WAS NO OTHER WAY!" DIE.

THERE WAS NO OTHER WAY!"[Music playing] THERE WAS NO OTHER WAY!"[Music playing] THERE WAS NO OTHER WAY!"[Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ON JULY THE [Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ON JULY THE [Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: ON JULY THE30th, 1915, AS THE VILLAGERS >> Noura Kevorkian: ON JULY THE30th, 1915, AS THE VILLAGERS >> Noura Kevorkian: ON JULY THE30th, 1915, AS THE VILLAGERSWERE SECRETLY PREPARING TO CLIMB 30th, 1915, AS THE VILLAGERSWERE SECRETLY PREPARING TO CLIMB 30th, 1915, AS THE VILLAGERSWERE SECRETLY PREPARING TO CLIMBTHE MOUNTAIN, THE DEPORTATION WERE SECRETLY PREPARING TO CLIMBTHE MOUNTAIN, THE DEPORTATION WERE SECRETLY PREPARING TO CLIMBTHE MOUNTAIN, THE DEPORTATIONORDER ARRIVED IN MUSA DAGH.

THE MOUNTAIN, THE DEPORTATIONORDER ARRIVED IN MUSA DAGH.

THE MOUNTAIN, THE DEPORTATIONORDER ARRIVED IN MUSA DAGH.

THE ADDENDUM SIGNED BY THE SUB ORDER ARRIVED IN MUSA DAGH.

THE ADDENDUM SIGNED BY THE SUB ORDER ARRIVED IN MUSA DAGH.

THE ADDENDUM SIGNED BY THE SUBDISTRICT GOVERNOR OF THE THE ADDENDUM SIGNED BY THE SUBDISTRICT GOVERNOR OF THE THE ADDENDUM SIGNED BY THE SUBDISTRICT GOVERNOR OF THEPROVINCE GAVE THE VILLAGE DISTRICT GOVERNOR OF THEPROVINCE GAVE THE VILLAGE DISTRICT GOVERNOR OF THEPROVINCE GAVE THE VILLAGELEADERS SEVEN DAYS TO PREPARE PROVINCE GAVE THE VILLAGELEADERS SEVEN DAYS TO PREPARE PROVINCE GAVE THE VILLAGELEADERS SEVEN DAYS TO PREPAREFOR EXILE.

LEADERS SEVEN DAYS TO PREPAREFOR EXILE.

LEADERS SEVEN DAYS TO PREPAREFOR EXILE.

THE DEPORTATION OF MUSA FOR EXILE.

THE DEPORTATION OF MUSA FOR EXILE.

THE DEPORTATION OF MUSA DAGH WAS SLATED FOR THE DEPORTATION OF MUSA DAGH WAS SLATED FOR THE DEPORTATION OF MUSA DAGH WAS SLATED FORAUGUST THE 7th, 1915.

DAGH WAS SLATED FORAUGUST THE 7th, 1915.

DAGH WAS SLATED FORAUGUST THE 7th, 1915.

IMMEDIATELY OVER 4,000 PEOPLE, AUGUST THE 7th, 1915.

IMMEDIATELY OVER 4,000 PEOPLE, AUGUST THE 7th, 1915.

IMMEDIATELY OVER 4,000 PEOPLE,SECRETLY STARTED PACKING FOOD IMMEDIATELY OVER 4,000 PEOPLE,SECRETLY STARTED PACKING FOOD IMMEDIATELY OVER 4,000 PEOPLE,SECRETLY STARTED PACKING FOODAND WHAT LITTLE AMMUNITION THEY SECRETLY STARTED PACKING FOODAND WHAT LITTLE AMMUNITION THEY SECRETLY STARTED PACKING FOODAND WHAT LITTLE AMMUNITION THEYHAD FOR THEIR HUNTING GUNS AND AND WHAT LITTLE AMMUNITION THEYHAD FOR THEIR HUNTING GUNS AND AND WHAT LITTLE AMMUNITION THEYHAD FOR THEIR HUNTING GUNS ANDBEGAN TO ASCEND THE MOUNTAIN.

HAD FOR THEIR HUNTING GUNS ANDBEGAN TO ASCEND THE MOUNTAIN.

HAD FOR THEIR HUNTING GUNS ANDBEGAN TO ASCEND THE MOUNTAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] BEGAN TO ASCEND THE MOUNTAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] BEGAN TO ASCEND THE MOUNTAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENEASKED HER MOTHER WHY EVERYBODY >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENEASKED HER MOTHER WHY EVERYBODY >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENEASKED HER MOTHER WHY EVERYBODYWAS CRYING.

ASKED HER MOTHER WHY EVERYBODYWAS CRYING.

ASKED HER MOTHER WHY EVERYBODYWAS CRYING.

HER MOTHER REPLIED "BECAUSE WE WAS CRYING.

HER MOTHER REPLIED "BECAUSE WE WAS CRYING.

HER MOTHER REPLIED "BECAUSE WEHAVE TO CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN.

" HER MOTHER REPLIED "BECAUSE WEHAVE TO CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN.

" HER MOTHER REPLIED "BECAUSE WEHAVE TO CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN.

"[Speaking Armenian language] HAVE TO CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN.

"[Speaking Armenian language] HAVE TO CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN.

"[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENESAID "GREAT! >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENESAID "GREAT! >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENESAID "GREAT!I GET TO COLLECT LOTS OF SAID "GREAT!I GET TO COLLECT LOTS OF SAID "GREAT!I GET TO COLLECT LOTS OFROSES.

" I GET TO COLLECT LOTS OFROSES.

" I GET TO COLLECT LOTS OFROSES.

"HER FATHER USED TO BRING HER ROSES.

"HER FATHER USED TO BRING HER ROSES.

"HER FATHER USED TO BRING HERROSES EVERY TIME HE WENT HER FATHER USED TO BRING HERROSES EVERY TIME HE WENT HER FATHER USED TO BRING HERROSES EVERY TIME HE WENTHUNTING ON THE MOUNTAIN.

ROSES EVERY TIME HE WENTHUNTING ON THE MOUNTAIN.

ROSES EVERY TIME HE WENTHUNTING ON THE MOUNTAIN.

BIG ROSES FROM THE MOUNT MUSA.

HUNTING ON THE MOUNTAIN.

BIG ROSES FROM THE MOUNT MUSA.

BIG ROSES FROM THE MOUNT MUSA.

[ ♪♪♪ ] [Speaking Armenian language] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ALL THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ALL THEPEOPLE WERE CARRYING THEIR >> Noura Kevorkian: ALL THEPEOPLE WERE CARRYING THEIR >> Noura Kevorkian: ALL THEPEOPLE WERE CARRYING THEIRTHINGS AND GOING UP THE PEOPLE WERE CARRYING THEIRTHINGS AND GOING UP THE PEOPLE WERE CARRYING THEIRTHINGS AND GOING UP THEMOUNTAIN.

THINGS AND GOING UP THEMOUNTAIN.

THINGS AND GOING UP THEMOUNTAIN.

HER MOTHER TOLD HER SHE HAD TO MOUNTAIN.

HER MOTHER TOLD HER SHE HAD TO MOUNTAIN.

HER MOTHER TOLD HER SHE HAD TOTAKE CARE OF HER LITTLE SISTER HER MOTHER TOLD HER SHE HAD TOTAKE CARE OF HER LITTLE SISTER HER MOTHER TOLD HER SHE HAD TOTAKE CARE OF HER LITTLE SISTERAGNES.

TAKE CARE OF HER LITTLE SISTERAGNES.

TAKE CARE OF HER LITTLE SISTERAGNES.

[Speaking Armenian language] AGNES.

[Speaking Armenian language] AGNES.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: A SIX MONTH [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: A SIX MONTH [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: A SIX MONTHOLD BABY BUT A BIG BABY.

>> Noura Kevorkian: A SIX MONTHOLD BABY BUT A BIG BABY.

>> Noura Kevorkian: A SIX MONTHOLD BABY BUT A BIG BABY.

HOW WAS SHE GOING TO CARRY OLD BABY BUT A BIG BABY.

HOW WAS SHE GOING TO CARRY OLD BABY BUT A BIG BABY.

HOW WAS SHE GOING TO CARRYHER? HOW WAS SHE GOING TO CARRYHER? HOW WAS SHE GOING TO CARRYHER?HER MOTHER TOOK THE SCARF OFF HER?HER MOTHER TOOK THE SCARF OFF HER?HER MOTHER TOOK THE SCARF OFFHER HEAD AND TIED IT AROUND HER MOTHER TOOK THE SCARF OFFHER HEAD AND TIED IT AROUND HER MOTHER TOOK THE SCARF OFFHER HEAD AND TIED IT AROUNDELMAST NENE'S LITTLE BODY SO HER HEAD AND TIED IT AROUNDELMAST NENE'S LITTLE BODY SO HER HEAD AND TIED IT AROUNDELMAST NENE'S LITTLE BODY SOSHE COULD CARRY AGNES ON HER ELMAST NENE'S LITTLE BODY SOSHE COULD CARRY AGNES ON HER ELMAST NENE'S LITTLE BODY SOSHE COULD CARRY AGNES ON HERBACK.

SHE COULD CARRY AGNES ON HERBACK.

SHE COULD CARRY AGNES ON HERBACK.

[Speaking Armenian language] BACK.

[Speaking Armenian language] BACK.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS HOT, [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS HOT, [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS HOT,THEY WERE HUNGRY AND TIRED.

>> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS HOT,THEY WERE HUNGRY AND TIRED.

>> Noura Kevorkian: IT WAS HOT,THEY WERE HUNGRY AND TIRED.

AGNES WAS CRYING AND SO WAS SHE.

THEY WERE HUNGRY AND TIRED.

AGNES WAS CRYING AND SO WAS SHE.

THEY WERE HUNGRY AND TIRED.

AGNES WAS CRYING AND SO WAS SHE.

AS SCHEDULED, ON AUGUST THE AGNES WAS CRYING AND SO WAS SHE.

AS SCHEDULED, ON AUGUST THE AGNES WAS CRYING AND SO WAS SHE.

AS SCHEDULED, ON AUGUST THE7th 1915, THE TURKS ARRIVED TO AS SCHEDULED, ON AUGUST THE7th 1915, THE TURKS ARRIVED TO AS SCHEDULED, ON AUGUST THE7th 1915, THE TURKS ARRIVED TOCARRY OUT THE DEPORTATION.

7th 1915, THE TURKS ARRIVED TOCARRY OUT THE DEPORTATION.

7th 1915, THE TURKS ARRIVED TOCARRY OUT THE DEPORTATION.

[Hooves pounding, yelling] CARRY OUT THE DEPORTATION.

[Hooves pounding, yelling] CARRY OUT THE DEPORTATION.

[Hooves pounding, yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THEY [Hooves pounding, yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THEY [Hooves pounding, yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THEYFOUND THE VILLAGES OF MUSA >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THEYFOUND THE VILLAGES OF MUSA >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT THEYFOUND THE VILLAGES OF MUSA DAGH VIRTUALLY EMPTY.

FOUND THE VILLAGES OF MUSA DAGH VIRTUALLY EMPTY.

FOUND THE VILLAGES OF MUSA DAGH VIRTUALLY EMPTY.

THE MAJORITY OF THE VILLAGERS DAGH VIRTUALLY EMPTY.

THE MAJORITY OF THE VILLAGERS DAGH VIRTUALLY EMPTY.

THE MAJORITY OF THE VILLAGERSHAD BRAVED THE EXHAUSTING THE MAJORITY OF THE VILLAGERSHAD BRAVED THE EXHAUSTING THE MAJORITY OF THE VILLAGERSHAD BRAVED THE EXHAUSTING20 HOUR CLIMB TO THE HAD BRAVED THE EXHAUSTING20 HOUR CLIMB TO THE HAD BRAVED THE EXHAUSTING20 HOUR CLIMB TO THEMOUNTAINTOP.

20 HOUR CLIMB TO THEMOUNTAINTOP.

20 HOUR CLIMB TO THEMOUNTAINTOP.

UNFORTUNATELY, AROUND 2,000 MOUNTAINTOP.

UNFORTUNATELY, AROUND 2,000 MOUNTAINTOP.

UNFORTUNATELY, AROUND 2,000PEOPLE WERE STILL SCATTERED UNFORTUNATELY, AROUND 2,000PEOPLE WERE STILL SCATTERED UNFORTUNATELY, AROUND 2,000PEOPLE WERE STILL SCATTEREDTHROUGHOUT THE VILLAGES, PEOPLE WERE STILL SCATTEREDTHROUGHOUT THE VILLAGES, PEOPLE WERE STILL SCATTEREDTHROUGHOUT THE VILLAGES,SOME ALREADY PACKED AND ON THROUGHOUT THE VILLAGES,SOME ALREADY PACKED AND ON THROUGHOUT THE VILLAGES,SOME ALREADY PACKED AND ONTHEIR WAY TO THE MOUNTAIN.

SOME ALREADY PACKED AND ONTHEIR WAY TO THE MOUNTAIN.

SOME ALREADY PACKED AND ONTHEIR WAY TO THE MOUNTAIN.

[Hooves pounding] THEIR WAY TO THE MOUNTAIN.

[Hooves pounding] THEIR WAY TO THE MOUNTAIN.

[Hooves pounding]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT IT WAS [Hooves pounding]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT IT WAS [Hooves pounding]>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT IT WASTOO LATE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT IT WASTOO LATE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: BUT IT WASTOO LATE.

THE TURKS HAD ARRIVED.

TOO LATE.

THE TURKS HAD ARRIVED.

TOO LATE.

THE TURKS HAD ARRIVED.

[Music playing] THE TURKS HAD ARRIVED.

[Music playing] THE TURKS HAD ARRIVED.

[Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY WERE [Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY WERE [Music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY WEREDEPORTED AND MOST OF THEM >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY WEREDEPORTED AND MOST OF THEM >> Noura Kevorkian: THEY WEREDEPORTED AND MOST OF THEMPERISHED IN THE DESSERTS OF DEPORTED AND MOST OF THEMPERISHED IN THE DESSERTS OF DEPORTED AND MOST OF THEMPERISHED IN THE DESSERTS OFSYRIA.

PERISHED IN THE DESSERTS OFSYRIA.

PERISHED IN THE DESSERTS OFSYRIA.

[Music continues] SYRIA.

[Music continues] SYRIA.

[Music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: INCLUDING [Music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: INCLUDING [Music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: INCLUDINGTHE PARENTS AND SIX SIBLINGS OF >> Noura Kevorkian: INCLUDINGTHE PARENTS AND SIX SIBLINGS OF >> Noura Kevorkian: INCLUDINGTHE PARENTS AND SIX SIBLINGS OFYEGHSAPET NENE, ALONG WITH SARIG THE PARENTS AND SIX SIBLINGS OFYEGHSAPET NENE, ALONG WITH SARIG THE PARENTS AND SIX SIBLINGS OFYEGHSAPET NENE, ALONG WITH SARIGNENE'S ENTIRE FAMILY.

YEGHSAPET NENE, ALONG WITH SARIGNENE'S ENTIRE FAMILY.

YEGHSAPET NENE, ALONG WITH SARIGNENE'S ENTIRE FAMILY.

LOOKING BACK ON IT NOW, I NENE'S ENTIRE FAMILY.

LOOKING BACK ON IT NOW, I NENE'S ENTIRE FAMILY.

LOOKING BACK ON IT NOW, IKNOW WHY SHE WAS LONELY, WHY LOOKING BACK ON IT NOW, IKNOW WHY SHE WAS LONELY, WHY LOOKING BACK ON IT NOW, IKNOW WHY SHE WAS LONELY, WHYSHE CAME TO OUR HOUSE EVERY DAY KNOW WHY SHE WAS LONELY, WHYSHE CAME TO OUR HOUSE EVERY DAY KNOW WHY SHE WAS LONELY, WHYSHE CAME TO OUR HOUSE EVERY DAYTO COMPLAIN.

SHE CAME TO OUR HOUSE EVERY DAYTO COMPLAIN.

SHE CAME TO OUR HOUSE EVERY DAYTO COMPLAIN.

[Bell ringing] TO COMPLAIN.

[Bell ringing] TO COMPLAIN.

[Bell ringing] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HAD NO [Bell ringing] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HAD NO [Bell ringing] >> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HAD NOONE TO PUT FLOWERS ON HER GRAVE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HAD NOONE TO PUT FLOWERS ON HER GRAVE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: SHE HAD NOONE TO PUT FLOWERS ON HER GRAVE.

[Water splashing] ONE TO PUT FLOWERS ON HER GRAVE.

[Water splashing] ONE TO PUT FLOWERS ON HER GRAVE.

[Water splashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WENT TO [Water splashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WENT TO [Water splashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: I WENT TOSEE MISAK BABOOG.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WENT TOSEE MISAK BABOOG.

>> Noura Kevorkian: I WENT TOSEE MISAK BABOOG.

HE GAVE ME A BIG HUG AND SEEMED SEE MISAK BABOOG.

HE GAVE ME A BIG HUG AND SEEMED SEE MISAK BABOOG.

HE GAVE ME A BIG HUG AND SEEMEDTO FORGET I ALSO STOLE FROM HIS HE GAVE ME A BIG HUG AND SEEMEDTO FORGET I ALSO STOLE FROM HIS HE GAVE ME A BIG HUG AND SEEMEDTO FORGET I ALSO STOLE FROM HISGARDEN.

TO FORGET I ALSO STOLE FROM HISGARDEN.

TO FORGET I ALSO STOLE FROM HISGARDEN.

HE TOLD ME WHAT IT WAS LIKE FOR GARDEN.

HE TOLD ME WHAT IT WAS LIKE FOR GARDEN.

HE TOLD ME WHAT IT WAS LIKE FORHIS FATHER ON THE MOUNTAIN.

HE TOLD ME WHAT IT WAS LIKE FORHIS FATHER ON THE MOUNTAIN.

HE TOLD ME WHAT IT WAS LIKE FORHIS FATHER ON THE MOUNTAIN.

"THE OTTOMAN ARMY SETTLED IN HIS FATHER ON THE MOUNTAIN.

"THE OTTOMAN ARMY SETTLED IN HIS FATHER ON THE MOUNTAIN.

"THE OTTOMAN ARMY SETTLED INTHE EMPTY VILLAGES OF MUSA "THE OTTOMAN ARMY SETTLED INTHE EMPTY VILLAGES OF MUSA "THE OTTOMAN ARMY SETTLED INTHE EMPTY VILLAGES OF MUSA DAGH.

THE EMPTY VILLAGES OF MUSA DAGH.

THE EMPTY VILLAGES OF MUSA DAGH.

THEY KNEW THE ARMENIANS WERE DAGH.

THEY KNEW THE ARMENIANS WERE DAGH.

THEY KNEW THE ARMENIANS WEREHIDING ON THE MOUNTAIN, AND THEY KNEW THE ARMENIANS WEREHIDING ON THE MOUNTAIN, AND THEY KNEW THE ARMENIANS WEREHIDING ON THE MOUNTAIN, ANDTHEY PLANNED TO DESTROY THEM.

" HIDING ON THE MOUNTAIN, ANDTHEY PLANNED TO DESTROY THEM.

" HIDING ON THE MOUNTAIN, ANDTHEY PLANNED TO DESTROY THEM.

"[Explosions] THEY PLANNED TO DESTROY THEM.

"[Explosions] THEY PLANNED TO DESTROY THEM.

"[Explosions] [Screams, yelling] [Explosions] [Screams, yelling] [Explosions] [Screams, yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY BEGAN [Screams, yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY BEGAN [Screams, yelling]>> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY BEGANBOMBARDING THE MOUNTAIN.

" >> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY BEGANBOMBARDING THE MOUNTAIN.

" >> Noura Kevorkian: "THEY BEGANBOMBARDING THE MOUNTAIN.

"[Gunshots] BOMBARDING THE MOUNTAIN.

"[Gunshots] BOMBARDING THE MOUNTAIN.

"[Gunshots] [Explosions] [Gunshots] [Explosions] [Gunshots] [Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] [Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] [Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE FIRST [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE FIRST [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE FIRSTTIME THE TURKS ATTACKED, THEY >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE FIRSTTIME THE TURKS ATTACKED, THEY >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE FIRSTTIME THE TURKS ATTACKED, THEYHAD AROUND 2,000 SOLDIERS BUT TIME THE TURKS ATTACKED, THEYHAD AROUND 2,000 SOLDIERS BUT TIME THE TURKS ATTACKED, THEYHAD AROUND 2,000 SOLDIERS BUTTHEY DID NOT SUCCEED.

HAD AROUND 2,000 SOLDIERS BUTTHEY DID NOT SUCCEED.

HAD AROUND 2,000 SOLDIERS BUTTHEY DID NOT SUCCEED.

THE ARMENIANS HAD SET UP THEY DID NOT SUCCEED.

THE ARMENIANS HAD SET UP THEY DID NOT SUCCEED.

THE ARMENIANS HAD SET UPSEVERAL FIGHTING POSTS AROUND THE ARMENIANS HAD SET UPSEVERAL FIGHTING POSTS AROUND THE ARMENIANS HAD SET UPSEVERAL FIGHTING POSTS AROUNDTHE MOUNTAINTOPS.

" SEVERAL FIGHTING POSTS AROUNDTHE MOUNTAINTOPS.

" SEVERAL FIGHTING POSTS AROUNDTHE MOUNTAINTOPS.

"[Speaking Armenian language] THE MOUNTAINTOPS.

"[Speaking Armenian language] THE MOUNTAINTOPS.

"[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE TURKS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE TURKS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE TURKSLOST SOME MEN AND WITHDREW TO >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE TURKSLOST SOME MEN AND WITHDREW TO >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE TURKSLOST SOME MEN AND WITHDREW TOGET REINFORCEMENTS".

LOST SOME MEN AND WITHDREW TOGET REINFORCEMENTS".

GET REINFORCEMENTS".

[ ♪♪♪ ] >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSES DER >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSES DERKALOUSDIAN, A 21-YEAR-OLD, WAS >> Noura Kevorkian: MOVSES DERKALOUSDIAN, A 21-YEAR-OLD, WASTHE LEADER OF THE MUSA DAGH KALOUSDIAN, A 21-YEAR-OLD, WASTHE LEADER OF THE MUSA DAGH KALOUSDIAN, A 21-YEAR-OLD, WASTHE LEADER OF THE MUSA DAGHRESISTANCE OPERATION.

THE LEADER OF THE MUSA DAGHRESISTANCE OPERATION.

THE LEADER OF THE MUSA DAGHRESISTANCE OPERATION.

WITH NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE, RESISTANCE OPERATION.

WITH NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE, RESISTANCE OPERATION.

WITH NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE,HE PLANNED THE BATTLE WITH NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE,HE PLANNED THE BATTLE WITH NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE,HE PLANNED THE BATTLESTRATEGIES AND FORMED HIS OWN HE PLANNED THE BATTLESTRATEGIES AND FORMED HIS OWN HE PLANNED THE BATTLESTRATEGIES AND FORMED HIS OWNARMY OF VILLAGER.

STRATEGIES AND FORMED HIS OWNARMY OF VILLAGER.

STRATEGIES AND FORMED HIS OWNARMY OF VILLAGER.

[Armenian choir singing] ARMY OF VILLAGER.

[Armenian choir singing] [Armenian choir singing] >> Noura Kevorkian: HE >> Noura Kevorkian: HEREGIMENTED 43 UNITS AT DIFFERENT >> Noura Kevorkian: HEREGIMENTED 43 UNITS AT DIFFERENTPOSTS AROUND THE MOUNTAIN, EACH REGIMENTED 43 UNITS AT DIFFERENTPOSTS AROUND THE MOUNTAIN, EACH REGIMENTED 43 UNITS AT DIFFERENTPOSTS AROUND THE MOUNTAIN, EACHCOMPRISED OF 12 MEN HEADED BY A POSTS AROUND THE MOUNTAIN, EACHCOMPRISED OF 12 MEN HEADED BY A POSTS AROUND THE MOUNTAIN, EACHCOMPRISED OF 12 MEN HEADED BY A"CORPORAL".

COMPRISED OF 12 MEN HEADED BY A"CORPORAL".

COMPRISED OF 12 MEN HEADED BY A"CORPORAL".

A TEAM OF PRETEEN YOUNGSTERS "CORPORAL".

A TEAM OF PRETEEN YOUNGSTERS "CORPORAL".

A TEAM OF PRETEEN YOUNGSTERSKNOWN AS "TELEPHONE BOYS," A TEAM OF PRETEEN YOUNGSTERSKNOWN AS "TELEPHONE BOYS," A TEAM OF PRETEEN YOUNGSTERSKNOWN AS "TELEPHONE BOYS,"MAINTAINED COMMUNICATION KNOWN AS "TELEPHONE BOYS,"MAINTAINED COMMUNICATION KNOWN AS "TELEPHONE BOYS,"MAINTAINED COMMUNICATIONBETWEEN THE POSTS, HEADQUARTERS MAINTAINED COMMUNICATIONBETWEEN THE POSTS, HEADQUARTERS MAINTAINED COMMUNICATIONBETWEEN THE POSTS, HEADQUARTERSAND THE TRENCHES.

BETWEEN THE POSTS, HEADQUARTERSAND THE TRENCHES.

BETWEEN THE POSTS, HEADQUARTERSAND THE TRENCHES.

[Armenian choir singing AND THE TRENCHES.

[Armenian choir singing AND THE TRENCHES.

[Armenian choir singingcontinues] [Armenian choir singingcontinues] [Armenian choir singingcontinues]>> Noura Kevorkian: THE continues]>> Noura Kevorkian: THE continues]>> Noura Kevorkian: THELOGISTICS OF THE MOUNTAIN CAMP >> Noura Kevorkian: THELOGISTICS OF THE MOUNTAIN CAMP >> Noura Kevorkian: THELOGISTICS OF THE MOUNTAIN CAMPWERE ORGANIZED BY REVEREND LOGISTICS OF THE MOUNTAIN CAMPWERE ORGANIZED BY REVEREND LOGISTICS OF THE MOUNTAIN CAMPWERE ORGANIZED BY REVERENDANTERIASSIAN, YESAYI YAGHUBIAN, WERE ORGANIZED BY REVERENDANTERIASSIAN, YESAYI YAGHUBIAN, WERE ORGANIZED BY REVERENDANTERIASSIAN, YESAYI YAGHUBIAN,AND A LONG LIST OF MEN AND WOMEN ANTERIASSIAN, YESAYI YAGHUBIAN,AND A LONG LIST OF MEN AND WOMEN ANTERIASSIAN, YESAYI YAGHUBIAN,AND A LONG LIST OF MEN AND WOMENWHO CONTRIBUTED THEIR SKILLS AND AND A LONG LIST OF MEN AND WOMENWHO CONTRIBUTED THEIR SKILLS AND AND A LONG LIST OF MEN AND WOMENWHO CONTRIBUTED THEIR SKILLS ANDGAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR WHO CONTRIBUTED THEIR SKILLS ANDGAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR WHO CONTRIBUTED THEIR SKILLS ANDGAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIRCAUSE.

GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIRCAUSE.

GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIRCAUSE.

[Armenian choir continues] CAUSE.

[Armenian choir continues] CAUSE.

[Armenian choir continues][Explosions] [Armenian choir continues][Explosions] [Armenian choir continues][Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] [Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] [Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Armenian choir continues] [Explosions] [Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] [Explosions] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEBATTLE, MISAK'S FATHER, GARABED, >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEBATTLE, MISAK'S FATHER, GARABED, >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEBATTLE, MISAK'S FATHER, GARABED,WAS SELECTED TO JOIN A SPECIAL BATTLE, MISAK'S FATHER, GARABED,WAS SELECTED TO JOIN A SPECIAL BATTLE, MISAK'S FATHER, GARABED,WAS SELECTED TO JOIN A SPECIALGROUP OF 40 MEN, THE BRAVEST AND WAS SELECTED TO JOIN A SPECIALGROUP OF 40 MEN, THE BRAVEST AND WAS SELECTED TO JOIN A SPECIALGROUP OF 40 MEN, THE BRAVEST ANDSTRONGEST, WHO RAN FROM ONE POST GROUP OF 40 MEN, THE BRAVEST ANDSTRONGEST, WHO RAN FROM ONE POST GROUP OF 40 MEN, THE BRAVEST ANDSTRONGEST, WHO RAN FROM ONE POSTTO THE NEXT DEPENDING ON WHICH STRONGEST, WHO RAN FROM ONE POSTTO THE NEXT DEPENDING ON WHICH STRONGEST, WHO RAN FROM ONE POSTTO THE NEXT DEPENDING ON WHICHPOST THE TURKS WERE ATTACKING TO THE NEXT DEPENDING ON WHICHPOST THE TURKS WERE ATTACKING TO THE NEXT DEPENDING ON WHICHPOST THE TURKS WERE ATTACKINGHEAVILY.

POST THE TURKS WERE ATTACKINGHEAVILY.

POST THE TURKS WERE ATTACKINGHEAVILY.

[Speaking Armenian language] HEAVILY.

[Speaking Armenian language] HEAVILY.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEBATTLE, DER KALOUSDIAN, THE >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEBATTLE, DER KALOUSDIAN, THE >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THEBATTLE, DER KALOUSDIAN, THEMILITARY LEADER, WAS VISITING BATTLE, DER KALOUSDIAN, THEMILITARY LEADER, WAS VISITING BATTLE, DER KALOUSDIAN, THEMILITARY LEADER, WAS VISITINGTHE POSTS TO CHECK ON HIS MILITARY LEADER, WAS VISITINGTHE POSTS TO CHECK ON HIS MILITARY LEADER, WAS VISITINGTHE POSTS TO CHECK ON HISFIGHTERS.

THE POSTS TO CHECK ON HISFIGHTERS.

THE POSTS TO CHECK ON HISFIGHTERS.

HE NOTICED GARABED'S BOOTS WERE FIGHTERS.

HE NOTICED GARABED'S BOOTS WERE FIGHTERS.

HE NOTICED GARABED'S BOOTS WEREFULL OF BLOOD.

HE NOTICED GARABED'S BOOTS WEREFULL OF BLOOD.

HE NOTICED GARABED'S BOOTS WEREFULL OF BLOOD.

HE WAS SHOT IN THE LEG.

FULL OF BLOOD.

HE WAS SHOT IN THE LEG.

FULL OF BLOOD.

HE WAS SHOT IN THE LEG.

DER KALOUSDIAN ORDERED GARABED HE WAS SHOT IN THE LEG.

DER KALOUSDIAN ORDERED GARABED HE WAS SHOT IN THE LEG.

DER KALOUSDIAN ORDERED GARABEDTO GET MEDICAL HELP.

DER KALOUSDIAN ORDERED GARABEDTO GET MEDICAL HELP.

DER KALOUSDIAN ORDERED GARABEDTO GET MEDICAL HELP.

[Speaking Armenian language] TO GET MEDICAL HELP.

[Speaking Armenian language] TO GET MEDICAL HELP.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT MISAK'S [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT MISAK'S [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT MISAK'SFATHER, GARABED, REFUSED SAYING >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT MISAK'SFATHER, GARABED, REFUSED SAYING >> Noura Kevorkian: BUT MISAK'SFATHER, GARABED, REFUSED SAYINGHE WAS NEEDED TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FATHER, GARABED, REFUSED SAYINGHE WAS NEEDED TO FIGHT FOR THEIR FATHER, GARABED, REFUSED SAYINGHE WAS NEEDED TO FIGHT FOR THEIRFREEDOM.

HE WAS NEEDED TO FIGHT FOR THEIRFREEDOM.

HE WAS NEEDED TO FIGHT FOR THEIRFREEDOM.

[Speaking Armenian language] FREEDOM.

[Speaking Armenian language] FREEDOM.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY NAME IS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY NAME IS [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "MY NAME ISMISAK.

>> Noura Kevorkian: "MY NAME ISMISAK.

>> Noura Kevorkian: "MY NAME ISMISAK.

I AM THE SON OF THE HERO MISAK.

I AM THE SON OF THE HERO MISAK.

I AM THE SON OF THE HEROGARABED".

I AM THE SON OF THE HEROGARABED".

GARABED".

[Speaking Armenian language] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MISAK'S [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: MISAK'SFATHER LIVED.

>> Noura Kevorkian: MISAK'SFATHER LIVED.

>> Noura Kevorkian: MISAK'SFATHER LIVED.

BUT MARI NENE'S UNCLE WAS ONE FATHER LIVED.

BUT MARI NENE'S UNCLE WAS ONE FATHER LIVED.

BUT MARI NENE'S UNCLE WAS ONEOF THE HEROES WHO DIED DURING BUT MARI NENE'S UNCLE WAS ONEOF THE HEROES WHO DIED DURING BUT MARI NENE'S UNCLE WAS ONEOF THE HEROES WHO DIED DURINGTHE BATTLE.

OF THE HEROES WHO DIED DURINGTHE BATTLE.

OF THE HEROES WHO DIED DURINGTHE BATTLE.

HE WAS 22 YEARS OLD.

THE BATTLE.

HE WAS 22 YEARS OLD.

THE BATTLE.

HE WAS 22 YEARS OLD.

[Speaking Armenian language] HE WAS 22 YEARS OLD.

[Speaking Armenian language] HE WAS 22 YEARS OLD.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "HE WAS A [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "HE WAS A [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "HE WAS ANICE MAN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: "HE WAS ANICE MAN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: "HE WAS ANICE MAN.

ON THE PLACE WHERE HE FELL ON NICE MAN.

ON THE PLACE WHERE HE FELL ON NICE MAN.

ON THE PLACE WHERE HE FELL ONTHE MOUNTAIN, A TREE HAD GROWN ON THE PLACE WHERE HE FELL ONTHE MOUNTAIN, A TREE HAD GROWN ON THE PLACE WHERE HE FELL ONTHE MOUNTAIN, A TREE HAD GROWNBY HIS FEET AND ANOTHER TREE THE MOUNTAIN, A TREE HAD GROWNBY HIS FEET AND ANOTHER TREE THE MOUNTAIN, A TREE HAD GROWNBY HIS FEET AND ANOTHER TREENEAR HIS HEAD.

BY HIS FEET AND ANOTHER TREENEAR HIS HEAD.

BY HIS FEET AND ANOTHER TREENEAR HIS HEAD.

HE WENT TO HEAVEN".

NEAR HIS HEAD.

HE WENT TO HEAVEN".

NEAR HIS HEAD.

HE WENT TO HEAVEN".

[Armenian music playing] HE WENT TO HEAVEN".

[Armenian music playing] HE WENT TO HEAVEN".

[Armenian music playing] [Yelling, hooves pounding] [Armenian music playing] [Yelling, hooves pounding] [Armenian music playing] [Yelling, hooves pounding]>> Noura Kevorkian: UNABLE [Yelling, hooves pounding]>> Noura Kevorkian: UNABLE [Yelling, hooves pounding]>> Noura Kevorkian: UNABLETO CRUSH THE ARMENIAN >> Noura Kevorkian: UNABLETO CRUSH THE ARMENIAN >> Noura Kevorkian: UNABLETO CRUSH THE ARMENIANRESISTANCE, THE TURKS LAID TO CRUSH THE ARMENIANRESISTANCE, THE TURKS LAID TO CRUSH THE ARMENIANRESISTANCE, THE TURKS LAIDSIEGE TO THE MOUNTAIN AND RESISTANCE, THE TURKS LAIDSIEGE TO THE MOUNTAIN AND RESISTANCE, THE TURKS LAIDSIEGE TO THE MOUNTAIN ANDPLANNED TO STARVE THE VILLAGERS SIEGE TO THE MOUNTAIN ANDPLANNED TO STARVE THE VILLAGERS SIEGE TO THE MOUNTAIN ANDPLANNED TO STARVE THE VILLAGERSTO DEATH.

PLANNED TO STARVE THE VILLAGERSTO DEATH.

PLANNED TO STARVE THE VILLAGERSTO DEATH.

FIVE WEEKS OF HEAVY BATTLES HAD TO DEATH.

FIVE WEEKS OF HEAVY BATTLES HAD TO DEATH.

FIVE WEEKS OF HEAVY BATTLES HADDEPLETED THE FOOD AND THE FIVE WEEKS OF HEAVY BATTLES HADDEPLETED THE FOOD AND THE FIVE WEEKS OF HEAVY BATTLES HADDEPLETED THE FOOD AND THEAMMUNITION SUPPLIES ON THE DEPLETED THE FOOD AND THEAMMUNITION SUPPLIES ON THE DEPLETED THE FOOD AND THEAMMUNITION SUPPLIES ON THEMOUNTAIN.

AMMUNITION SUPPLIES ON THEMOUNTAIN.

AMMUNITION SUPPLIES ON THEMOUNTAIN.

THEY HAD NO MEANS OF GETTING MOUNTAIN.

THEY HAD NO MEANS OF GETTING MOUNTAIN.

THEY HAD NO MEANS OF GETTINGSUPPLIES FROM LAND.

THEY HAD NO MEANS OF GETTINGSUPPLIES FROM LAND.

THEY HAD NO MEANS OF GETTINGSUPPLIES FROM LAND.

ON ALL SIDES EXCEPT FOR ONE, SUPPLIES FROM LAND.

ON ALL SIDES EXCEPT FOR ONE, SUPPLIES FROM LAND.

ON ALL SIDES EXCEPT FOR ONE,THEY WERE SURROUNDED BY THE ON ALL SIDES EXCEPT FOR ONE,THEY WERE SURROUNDED BY THE ON ALL SIDES EXCEPT FOR ONE,THEY WERE SURROUNDED BY THEOTTOMANS.

THEY WERE SURROUNDED BY THEOTTOMANS.

THEY WERE SURROUNDED BY THEOTTOMANS.

THE ARMENIANS LOOKED TO THE OTTOMANS.

THE ARMENIANS LOOKED TO THE OTTOMANS.

THE ARMENIANS LOOKED TO THEMEDITERRANEAN SEA AND PRAYED THE ARMENIANS LOOKED TO THEMEDITERRANEAN SEA AND PRAYED THE ARMENIANS LOOKED TO THEMEDITERRANEAN SEA AND PRAYEDFOR A MIRACLE.

MEDITERRANEAN SEA AND PRAYEDFOR A MIRACLE.

MEDITERRANEAN SEA AND PRAYEDFOR A MIRACLE.

[Speaking Armenian language] FOR A MIRACLE.

[Speaking Armenian language] FOR A MIRACLE.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE WOMEN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE WOMEN [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE WOMENSEWED A CROSS ON A WHITE BED >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE WOMENSEWED A CROSS ON A WHITE BED >> Noura Kevorkian: "THE WOMENSEWED A CROSS ON A WHITE BEDSHEET.

SEWED A CROSS ON A WHITE BEDSHEET.

SEWED A CROSS ON A WHITE BEDSHEET.

THE MEN TIED IT TO TWO POLES SHEET.

THE MEN TIED IT TO TWO POLES SHEET.

THE MEN TIED IT TO TWO POLESAND DISPLAYED IT ON TOP OF THE THE MEN TIED IT TO TWO POLESAND DISPLAYED IT ON TOP OF THE THE MEN TIED IT TO TWO POLESAND DISPLAYED IT ON TOP OF THEMOUNTAIN.

" AND DISPLAYED IT ON TOP OF THEMOUNTAIN.

" AND DISPLAYED IT ON TOP OF THEMOUNTAIN.

"[Speaking Armenian language] MOUNTAIN.

"[Speaking Armenian language] MOUNTAIN.

"[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "HOPING A [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "HOPING A [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: "HOPING ACHRISTIAN ALLY WOULD SEE OUR >> Noura Kevorkian: "HOPING ACHRISTIAN ALLY WOULD SEE OUR >> Noura Kevorkian: "HOPING ACHRISTIAN ALLY WOULD SEE OURSIGN AND GOD WOULD SEND US CHRISTIAN ALLY WOULD SEE OURSIGN AND GOD WOULD SEND US CHRISTIAN ALLY WOULD SEE OURSIGN AND GOD WOULD SEND USHELP".

SIGN AND GOD WOULD SEND USHELP".

HELP".

[Soft music playing] [Soft music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Soft music playing] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY DAY ON [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY DAY ON [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY DAY ONTOP OF THE MOUNTAIN, AROUND >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY DAY ONTOP OF THE MOUNTAIN, AROUND >> Noura Kevorkian: EVERY DAY ONTOP OF THE MOUNTAIN, AROUNDTHREE OR FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON, TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN, AROUNDTHREE OR FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON, TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN, AROUNDTHREE OR FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON,ELMAST NENE ALONG WITH THE OTHER THREE OR FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON,ELMAST NENE ALONG WITH THE OTHER THREE OR FOUR IN THE AFTERNOON,ELMAST NENE ALONG WITH THE OTHERCHILDREN, USED TO GATHER FOR ELMAST NENE ALONG WITH THE OTHERCHILDREN, USED TO GATHER FOR ELMAST NENE ALONG WITH THE OTHERCHILDREN, USED TO GATHER FORCHURCH SERMONS.

CHILDREN, USED TO GATHER FORCHURCH SERMONS.

CHILDREN, USED TO GATHER FORCHURCH SERMONS.

[Bell ringing] CHURCH SERMONS.

[Bell ringing] CHURCH SERMONS.

[Bell ringing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Bell ringing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Bell ringing] [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ONE DAY THEY [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ONE DAY THEY [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ONE DAY THEYWERE TOLD THE CHURCH GATHERING >> Noura Kevorkian: ONE DAY THEYWERE TOLD THE CHURCH GATHERING >> Noura Kevorkian: ONE DAY THEYWERE TOLD THE CHURCH GATHERINGWAS CANCELLED AND THAT ALL THE WERE TOLD THE CHURCH GATHERINGWAS CANCELLED AND THAT ALL THE WERE TOLD THE CHURCH GATHERINGWAS CANCELLED AND THAT ALL THECHILDREN HAD TO RUN HOME AND WAS CANCELLED AND THAT ALL THECHILDREN HAD TO RUN HOME AND WAS CANCELLED AND THAT ALL THECHILDREN HAD TO RUN HOME ANDSTAY WITH THEIR MOTHERS.

CHILDREN HAD TO RUN HOME ANDSTAY WITH THEIR MOTHERS.

CHILDREN HAD TO RUN HOME ANDSTAY WITH THEIR MOTHERS.

MOVSES BABOOG WAS ONE OF THOSE STAY WITH THEIR MOTHERS.

MOVSES BABOOG WAS ONE OF THOSE STAY WITH THEIR MOTHERS.

MOVSES BABOOG WAS ONE OF THOSECHILDREN.

MOVSES BABOOG WAS ONE OF THOSECHILDREN.

MOVSES BABOOG WAS ONE OF THOSECHILDREN.

HE KNOWS WHY THEY WERE SENT CHILDREN.

HE KNOWS WHY THEY WERE SENT CHILDREN.

HE KNOWS WHY THEY WERE SENTHOME TO THEIR MOTHERS.

HE KNOWS WHY THEY WERE SENTHOME TO THEIR MOTHERS.

HE KNOWS WHY THEY WERE SENTHOME TO THEIR MOTHERS.

THE VILLAGERS HAD SPOTTED A HOME TO THEIR MOTHERS.

THE VILLAGERS HAD SPOTTED A HOME TO THEIR MOTHERS.

THE VILLAGERS HAD SPOTTED AFRENCH WARSHIP PATROLLING THE THE VILLAGERS HAD SPOTTED AFRENCH WARSHIP PATROLLING THE THE VILLAGERS HAD SPOTTED AFRENCH WARSHIP PATROLLING THEMEDITERRANEAN SEA NEARBY.

FRENCH WARSHIP PATROLLING THEMEDITERRANEAN SEA NEARBY.

FRENCH WARSHIP PATROLLING THEMEDITERRANEAN SEA NEARBY.

A NAVAL OFFICER WITH HIS MEDITERRANEAN SEA NEARBY.

A NAVAL OFFICER WITH HIS MEDITERRANEAN SEA NEARBY.

A NAVAL OFFICER WITH HISTELESCOPE HAD SEEN THEIR SOS A NAVAL OFFICER WITH HISTELESCOPE HAD SEEN THEIR SOS A NAVAL OFFICER WITH HISTELESCOPE HAD SEEN THEIR SOSFLAG ON THE MOUNTAINTOP.

TELESCOPE HAD SEEN THEIR SOSFLAG ON THE MOUNTAINTOP.

TELESCOPE HAD SEEN THEIR SOSFLAG ON THE MOUNTAINTOP.

[Speaking Armenian language] FLAG ON THE MOUNTAINTOP.

[Speaking Armenian language] FLAG ON THE MOUNTAINTOP.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: AND HAD [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: AND HAD [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: AND HADINFORMED HIS CAPTAIN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: AND HADINFORMED HIS CAPTAIN.

>> Noura Kevorkian: AND HADINFORMED HIS CAPTAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] INFORMED HIS CAPTAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] INFORMED HIS CAPTAIN.

[Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian choir singing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian choir singing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian choir singing]>> Noura Kevorkian: THE [Armenian choir singing]>> Noura Kevorkian: THE [Armenian choir singing]>> Noura Kevorkian: THEARMENIANS ON THE MOUNTAIN >> Noura Kevorkian: THEARMENIANS ON THE MOUNTAIN >> Noura Kevorkian: THEARMENIANS ON THE MOUNTAINCHEERED AND WAVED BACK AT THE ARMENIANS ON THE MOUNTAINCHEERED AND WAVED BACK AT THE ARMENIANS ON THE MOUNTAINCHEERED AND WAVED BACK AT THESAILORS ON THE WARSHIP.

CHEERED AND WAVED BACK AT THESAILORS ON THE WARSHIP.

CHEERED AND WAVED BACK AT THESAILORS ON THE WARSHIP.

[Ship horn honking] SAILORS ON THE WARSHIP.

[Ship horn honking] SAILORS ON THE WARSHIP.

[Ship horn honking]>> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCH [Ship horn honking]>> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCH [Ship horn honking]>> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCHCRUISER GUICHEN DISPATCHED A >> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCHCRUISER GUICHEN DISPATCHED A >> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCHCRUISER GUICHEN DISPATCHED ABOAT TOWARDS THE MOUNTAIN.

CRUISER GUICHEN DISPATCHED ABOAT TOWARDS THE MOUNTAIN.

CRUISER GUICHEN DISPATCHED ABOAT TOWARDS THE MOUNTAIN.

[Water splashing] BOAT TOWARDS THE MOUNTAIN.

[Water splashing] BOAT TOWARDS THE MOUNTAIN.

[Water splashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE [Water splashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE [Water splashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THECOMMANDER OF NAVAL OPERATIONS OF >> Noura Kevorkian: THECOMMANDER OF NAVAL OPERATIONS OF >> Noura Kevorkian: THECOMMANDER OF NAVAL OPERATIONS OFTHE MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON WAS COMMANDER OF NAVAL OPERATIONS OFTHE MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON WAS COMMANDER OF NAVAL OPERATIONS OFTHE MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON WASD'ARTIGE DU FURNET.

THE MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON WASD'ARTIGE DU FURNET.

THE MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON WASD'ARTIGE DU FURNET.

AFTER SEVERAL TELEGRAMS TO D'ARTIGE DU FURNET.

AFTER SEVERAL TELEGRAMS TO D'ARTIGE DU FURNET.

AFTER SEVERAL TELEGRAMS TOFRENCH HEADQUARTERS AND AFTER AFTER SEVERAL TELEGRAMS TOFRENCH HEADQUARTERS AND AFTER AFTER SEVERAL TELEGRAMS TOFRENCH HEADQUARTERS AND AFTERDAYS WAITING AROUND FOR A REPLY, FRENCH HEADQUARTERS AND AFTERDAYS WAITING AROUND FOR A REPLY, FRENCH HEADQUARTERS AND AFTERDAYS WAITING AROUND FOR A REPLY,DARTIGE DU FURNET MADE THE DAYS WAITING AROUND FOR A REPLY,DARTIGE DU FURNET MADE THE DAYS WAITING AROUND FOR A REPLY,DARTIGE DU FURNET MADE THEDECISION HIMSELF TO SAVE THE DARTIGE DU FURNET MADE THEDECISION HIMSELF TO SAVE THE DARTIGE DU FURNET MADE THEDECISION HIMSELF TO SAVE THEPEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH.

DECISION HIMSELF TO SAVE THEPEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH.

DECISION HIMSELF TO SAVE THEPEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH.

HE CALLED ON OTHER WARSHIPS TO PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH.

HE CALLED ON OTHER WARSHIPS TO PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH.

HE CALLED ON OTHER WARSHIPS TOCOME FOR AID.

HE CALLED ON OTHER WARSHIPS TOCOME FOR AID.

HE CALLED ON OTHER WARSHIPS TOCOME FOR AID.

[Speaking Armenian language] COME FOR AID.

[Speaking Armenian language] COME FOR AID.

[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENESAYS "IT WAS A MIRACLE!" >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENESAYS "IT WAS A MIRACLE!" >> Noura Kevorkian: ELMAST NENESAYS "IT WAS A MIRACLE!"[Speaking Armenian language] SAYS "IT WAS A MIRACLE!"[Speaking Armenian language] SAYS "IT WAS A MIRACLE!"[Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN THE [Speaking Armenian language] >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN THEDISPATCH BOATS APPROACHED THE >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN THEDISPATCH BOATS APPROACHED THE >> Noura Kevorkian: WHEN THEDISPATCH BOATS APPROACHED THEWARSHIP, ELMAST NENE WAS VERY DISPATCH BOATS APPROACHED THEWARSHIP, ELMAST NENE WAS VERY DISPATCH BOATS APPROACHED THEWARSHIP, ELMAST NENE WAS VERYSCARED, AFRAID TO CLIMB THE THIN WARSHIP, ELMAST NENE WAS VERYSCARED, AFRAID TO CLIMB THE THIN WARSHIP, ELMAST NENE WAS VERYSCARED, AFRAID TO CLIMB THE THINROPES UP UNTO THE BIG SHIP.

SCARED, AFRAID TO CLIMB THE THINROPES UP UNTO THE BIG SHIP.

SCARED, AFRAID TO CLIMB THE THINROPES UP UNTO THE BIG SHIP.

THEY WERE THIN AS HER ARM.

ROPES UP UNTO THE BIG SHIP.

THEY WERE THIN AS HER ARM.

ROPES UP UNTO THE BIG SHIP.

THEY WERE THIN AS HER ARM.

SHE SAID "I'M NOT GOING UP THEY WERE THIN AS HER ARM.

SHE SAID "I'M NOT GOING UP THEY WERE THIN AS HER ARM.

SHE SAID "I'M NOT GOING UPTHERE!" SHE SAID "I'M NOT GOING UPTHERE!" SHE SAID "I'M NOT GOING UPTHERE!"[Speaking Armenian language] THERE!"[Speaking Armenian language] THERE!"[Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian choir singing] [Speaking Armenian language] [Armenian choir singing] [Armenian choir singing] [Waves crashing] [Waves crashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: BY SEPTEMBER [Waves crashing] >> Noura Kevorkian: BY SEPTEMBERTHE 14th, 1915, ALL 4,088 MUSA >> Noura Kevorkian: BY SEPTEMBERTHE 14th, 1915, ALL 4,088 MUSA >> Noura Kevorkian: BY SEPTEMBERTHE 14th, 1915, ALL 4,088 MUSADAGHIANS HAD BEEN RESCUED AND THE 14th, 1915, ALL 4,088 MUSADAGHIANS HAD BEEN RESCUED AND THE 14th, 1915, ALL 4,088 MUSADAGHIANS HAD BEEN RESCUED ANDWERE SAFELY ON BOARD THE SEVEN DAGHIANS HAD BEEN RESCUED ANDWERE SAFELY ON BOARD THE SEVEN DAGHIANS HAD BEEN RESCUED ANDWERE SAFELY ON BOARD THE SEVENWARSHIPS, SIX FRENCH AND ONE WERE SAFELY ON BOARD THE SEVENWARSHIPS, SIX FRENCH AND ONE WERE SAFELY ON BOARD THE SEVENWARSHIPS, SIX FRENCH AND ONEBRITISH CRUISER.

WARSHIPS, SIX FRENCH AND ONEBRITISH CRUISER.

WARSHIPS, SIX FRENCH AND ONEBRITISH CRUISER.

[Ship horn honking] BRITISH CRUISER.

[Ship horn honking] BRITISH CRUISER.

[Ship horn honking][Chattering] [Ship horn honking][Chattering] [Chattering] >> Noura Kevorkian: THESE ARE >> Noura Kevorkian: THESE ARETHE WORDS FROM THE MEMOIRS OF A >> Noura Kevorkian: THESE ARETHE WORDS FROM THE MEMOIRS OF AYOUNG MUSA DAGHIAN ON BOARD THE THE WORDS FROM THE MEMOIRS OF AYOUNG MUSA DAGHIAN ON BOARD THE THE WORDS FROM THE MEMOIRS OF AYOUNG MUSA DAGHIAN ON BOARD THETHE FRENCH RESCUE WARSHIP YOUNG MUSA DAGHIAN ON BOARD THETHE FRENCH RESCUE WARSHIP YOUNG MUSA DAGHIAN ON BOARD THETHE FRENCH RESCUE WARSHIPGUICHEN.

THE FRENCH RESCUE WARSHIPGUICHEN.

THE FRENCH RESCUE WARSHIPGUICHEN.

"AS THE SHIP STARTED MOVING, GUICHEN.

"AS THE SHIP STARTED MOVING, GUICHEN.

"AS THE SHIP STARTED MOVING,THE SAILORS BEGAN TO DISTRIBUTE "AS THE SHIP STARTED MOVING,THE SAILORS BEGAN TO DISTRIBUTE "AS THE SHIP STARTED MOVING,THE SAILORS BEGAN TO DISTRIBUTEFOOD TO THE PEOPLE.

THE SAILORS BEGAN TO DISTRIBUTEFOOD TO THE PEOPLE.

THE SAILORS BEGAN TO DISTRIBUTEFOOD TO THE PEOPLE.

THE DEEP AFFECTION AND THE FOOD TO THE PEOPLE.

THE DEEP AFFECTION AND THE FOOD TO THE PEOPLE.

THE DEEP AFFECTION AND THEIMMENSE CARE OF THESE MEN WAS THE DEEP AFFECTION AND THEIMMENSE CARE OF THESE MEN WAS THE DEEP AFFECTION AND THEIMMENSE CARE OF THESE MEN WASAMAZING.

" IMMENSE CARE OF THESE MEN WASAMAZING.

" IMMENSE CARE OF THESE MEN WASAMAZING.

"[Chattering] AMAZING.

"[Chattering] AMAZING.

"[Chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: "WE WERE [Chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: "WE WERE [Chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: "WE WEREPOORLY DRESSED YET THESE FRENCH >> Noura Kevorkian: "WE WEREPOORLY DRESSED YET THESE FRENCH >> Noura Kevorkian: "WE WEREPOORLY DRESSED YET THESE FRENCHSAILORS GAVE US A HEROES' POORLY DRESSED YET THESE FRENCHSAILORS GAVE US A HEROES' POORLY DRESSED YET THESE FRENCHSAILORS GAVE US A HEROES'RECEPTION.

SAILORS GAVE US A HEROES'RECEPTION.

SAILORS GAVE US A HEROES'RECEPTION.

UNABLE TO HOLD BACK THEIR RECEPTION.

UNABLE TO HOLD BACK THEIR RECEPTION.

UNABLE TO HOLD BACK THEIRTEARS, THEY EXCLAIMED "YOU UNABLE TO HOLD BACK THEIRTEARS, THEY EXCLAIMED "YOU UNABLE TO HOLD BACK THEIRTEARS, THEY EXCLAIMED "YOUARE BRAVE PEOPLE, LIONS, YOU TEARS, THEY EXCLAIMED "YOUARE BRAVE PEOPLE, LIONS, YOU TEARS, THEY EXCLAIMED "YOUARE BRAVE PEOPLE, LIONS, YOUARE HEROES.

" ARE BRAVE PEOPLE, LIONS, YOUARE HEROES.

" ARE BRAVE PEOPLE, LIONS, YOUARE HEROES.

"[Chattering] ARE HEROES.

"[Chattering] ARE HEROES.

"[Chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: "NIGHT FELL [Chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: "NIGHT FELL [Chattering]>> Noura Kevorkian: "NIGHT FELLAND MANY PEOPLE HAD NO IDEA >> Noura Kevorkian: "NIGHT FELLAND MANY PEOPLE HAD NO IDEA >> Noura Kevorkian: "NIGHT FELLAND MANY PEOPLE HAD NO IDEAWHERE WE WERE BEING TAKEN.

AND MANY PEOPLE HAD NO IDEAWHERE WE WERE BEING TAKEN.

AND MANY PEOPLE HAD NO IDEAWHERE WE WERE BEING TAKEN.

GRADUALLY, WE FELL ASLEEP AND WHERE WE WERE BEING TAKEN.

GRADUALLY, WE FELL ASLEEP AND WHERE WE WERE BEING TAKEN.

GRADUALLY, WE FELL ASLEEP ANDTHE SHIP CONTINUED TO MOVE FAST GRADUALLY, WE FELL ASLEEP ANDTHE SHIP CONTINUED TO MOVE FAST GRADUALLY, WE FELL ASLEEP ANDTHE SHIP CONTINUED TO MOVE FASTTO REACH ITS DESTINATION.

" THE SHIP CONTINUED TO MOVE FASTTO REACH ITS DESTINATION.

" THE SHIP CONTINUED TO MOVE FASTTO REACH ITS DESTINATION.

"BY MORNING THE MUSA DAGH TO REACH ITS DESTINATION.

"BY MORNING THE MUSA DAGH TO REACH ITS DESTINATION.

"BY MORNING THE MUSA DAGHPEOPLE ARRIVED IN THE PORT SAID BY MORNING THE MUSA DAGHPEOPLE ARRIVED IN THE PORT SAID BY MORNING THE MUSA DAGHPEOPLE ARRIVED IN THE PORT SAIDREFUGEE CAMP IN EGYPT.

PEOPLE ARRIVED IN THE PORT SAIDREFUGEE CAMP IN EGYPT.

PEOPLE ARRIVED IN THE PORT SAIDREFUGEE CAMP IN EGYPT.

[Armenian music playing] REFUGEE CAMP IN EGYPT.

[Armenian music playing] [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: THROUGHOUT >> Noura Kevorkian: THROUGHOUTMY FIVE YEARS OF RESEARCH FOR >> Noura Kevorkian: THROUGHOUTMY FIVE YEARS OF RESEARCH FORTHIS FILM, I FOUND MANY MY FIVE YEARS OF RESEARCH FORTHIS FILM, I FOUND MANY MY FIVE YEARS OF RESEARCH FORTHIS FILM, I FOUND MANYARCHIVES, PHOTOGRAPHS, FACES, THIS FILM, I FOUND MANYARCHIVES, PHOTOGRAPHS, FACES, THIS FILM, I FOUND MANYARCHIVES, PHOTOGRAPHS, FACES,BUT WHEN I TOUCHED THIS MAP OF ARCHIVES, PHOTOGRAPHS, FACES,BUT WHEN I TOUCHED THIS MAP OF ARCHIVES, PHOTOGRAPHS, FACES,BUT WHEN I TOUCHED THIS MAP OFTHE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORT SAID I BUT WHEN I TOUCHED THIS MAP OFTHE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORT SAID I BUT WHEN I TOUCHED THIS MAP OFTHE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORT SAID IBROKE DOWN IN TEARS.

THE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORT SAID IBROKE DOWN IN TEARS.

THE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORT SAID IBROKE DOWN IN TEARS.

I RECOGNIZE ALMOST EVERY NAME BROKE DOWN IN TEARS.

I RECOGNIZE ALMOST EVERY NAME BROKE DOWN IN TEARS.

I RECOGNIZE ALMOST EVERY NAMEON THIS SURVIVORS' INDEX.

I RECOGNIZE ALMOST EVERY NAMEON THIS SURVIVORS' INDEX.

I RECOGNIZE ALMOST EVERY NAMEON THIS SURVIVORS' INDEX.

THE PARENTS OF THE OLD WOMEN, ON THIS SURVIVORS' INDEX.

THE PARENTS OF THE OLD WOMEN, ON THIS SURVIVORS' INDEX.

THE PARENTS OF THE OLD WOMEN,THE NAMES OF THE FIGHTERS, THE THE PARENTS OF THE OLD WOMEN,THE NAMES OF THE FIGHTERS, THE THE PARENTS OF THE OLD WOMEN,THE NAMES OF THE FIGHTERS, THETENTS OF THE NENES AND BABOOGS THE NAMES OF THE FIGHTERS, THETENTS OF THE NENES AND BABOOGS THE NAMES OF THE FIGHTERS, THETENTS OF THE NENES AND BABOOGSOF ANJAR.

TENTS OF THE NENES AND BABOOGSOF ANJAR.

TENTS OF THE NENES AND BABOOGSOF ANJAR.

[Armenian music continues] OF ANJAR.

[Armenian music continues] OF ANJAR.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THE [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THE [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THETENT OF VARTOUHI NENE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THETENT OF VARTOUHI NENE.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THETENT OF VARTOUHI NENE.

NOW WHEN I LOOK AT HER, I CAN TENT OF VARTOUHI NENE.

NOW WHEN I LOOK AT HER, I CAN TENT OF VARTOUHI NENE.

NOW WHEN I LOOK AT HER, I CANFEEL THE ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF NOW WHEN I LOOK AT HER, I CANFEEL THE ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF NOW WHEN I LOOK AT HER, I CANFEEL THE ONE HUNDRED YEARS OFHARDSHIP SHE LIVED.

FEEL THE ONE HUNDRED YEARS OFHARDSHIP SHE LIVED.

HARDSHIP SHE LIVED.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THE >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THETENT OF GABAYD MAYROOM, FOR ME >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THETENT OF GABAYD MAYROOM, FOR MESHE IS ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL.

TENT OF GABAYD MAYROOM, FOR MESHE IS ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL.

SHE IS ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE ISELMAST NENE'S TENT.

ELMAST NENE'S TENT.

>> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THE >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THETENT WHERE MOVSES BABOOG SLEPT >> Noura Kevorkian: HERE IS THETENT WHERE MOVSES BABOOG SLEPTPROUDLY BESIDE HIS HERO FATHER TENT WHERE MOVSES BABOOG SLEPTPROUDLY BESIDE HIS HERO FATHER TENT WHERE MOVSES BABOOG SLEPTPROUDLY BESIDE HIS HERO FATHERAND HIS HUNTING GUN DOLMA.

PROUDLY BESIDE HIS HERO FATHERAND HIS HUNTING GUN DOLMA.

PROUDLY BESIDE HIS HERO FATHERAND HIS HUNTING GUN DOLMA.

THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH AND HIS HUNTING GUN DOLMA.

THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGH AND HIS HUNTING GUN DOLMA.

THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGHLIVED IN THIS REFUGEE CAMP IN THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGHLIVED IN THIS REFUGEE CAMP IN THE PEOPLE OF MUSA DAGHLIVED IN THIS REFUGEE CAMP INPORT SAID FOR FOUR YEARS.

LIVED IN THIS REFUGEE CAMP INPORT SAID FOR FOUR YEARS.

LIVED IN THIS REFUGEE CAMP INPORT SAID FOR FOUR YEARS.

THEY WORKED, RAN THEIR SCHOOLS, PORT SAID FOR FOUR YEARS.

THEY WORKED, RAN THEIR SCHOOLS, PORT SAID FOR FOUR YEARS.

THEY WORKED, RAN THEIR SCHOOLS,PRAYED IN THEIR TENT CHURCH.

THEY WORKED, RAN THEIR SCHOOLS,PRAYED IN THEIR TENT CHURCH.

THEY WORKED, RAN THEIR SCHOOLS,PRAYED IN THEIR TENT CHURCH.

[Armenian singing] PRAYED IN THEIR TENT CHURCH.

[Armenian singing] PRAYED IN THEIR TENT CHURCH.

[Armenian singing]>> Noura Kevorkian: AND EVERY [Armenian singing]>> Noura Kevorkian: AND EVERY [Armenian singing]>> Noura Kevorkian: AND EVERYYEAR IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER >> Noura Kevorkian: AND EVERYYEAR IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER >> Noura Kevorkian: AND EVERYYEAR IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBERON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR YEAR IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBERON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR YEAR IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBERON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THEIRRESISTANCE BATTLE, THEY CARRIED ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THEIRRESISTANCE BATTLE, THEY CARRIED ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THEIRRESISTANCE BATTLE, THEY CARRIEDTHEIR CROSS FLAG AND MARCHED RESISTANCE BATTLE, THEY CARRIEDTHEIR CROSS FLAG AND MARCHED RESISTANCE BATTLE, THEY CARRIEDTHEIR CROSS FLAG AND MARCHEDAROUND THE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORT THEIR CROSS FLAG AND MARCHEDAROUND THE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORT THEIR CROSS FLAG AND MARCHEDAROUND THE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORTSAID CELEBRATING THEIR SURVIVAL.

AROUND THE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORTSAID CELEBRATING THEIR SURVIVAL.

AROUND THE REFUGEE CAMP IN PORTSAID CELEBRATING THEIR SURVIVAL.

[Armenian music playing] SAID CELEBRATING THEIR SURVIVAL.

[Armenian music playing] SAID CELEBRATING THEIR SURVIVAL.

[Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: AND THEY [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: AND THEY [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: AND THEYWAITED YEAR AFTER YEAR FOR THEIR >> Noura Kevorkian: AND THEYWAITED YEAR AFTER YEAR FOR THEIR >> Noura Kevorkian: AND THEYWAITED YEAR AFTER YEAR FOR THEIRFINAL DESTINY.

WAITED YEAR AFTER YEAR FOR THEIRFINAL DESTINY.

WAITED YEAR AFTER YEAR FOR THEIRFINAL DESTINY.

[Armenian music playing] FINAL DESTINY.

[Armenian music playing] FINAL DESTINY.

[Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THE [Armenian music playing] >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THENEXT 24 YEARS THEY MOVED AND >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THENEXT 24 YEARS THEY MOVED AND >> Noura Kevorkian: DURING THENEXT 24 YEARS THEY MOVED ANDRELOCATED SEVERAL TIMES.

NEXT 24 YEARS THEY MOVED ANDRELOCATED SEVERAL TIMES.

NEXT 24 YEARS THEY MOVED ANDRELOCATED SEVERAL TIMES.

IN 1939, THEY PACKED THEIR RELOCATED SEVERAL TIMES.

IN 1939, THEY PACKED THEIR RELOCATED SEVERAL TIMES.

IN 1939, THEY PACKED THEIRBAGS FOR THE LAST TIME AND IN 1939, THEY PACKED THEIRBAGS FOR THE LAST TIME AND IN 1939, THEY PACKED THEIRBAGS FOR THE LAST TIME ANDEMBARKED ON A SHIP THAT WOULD BAGS FOR THE LAST TIME ANDEMBARKED ON A SHIP THAT WOULD BAGS FOR THE LAST TIME ANDEMBARKED ON A SHIP THAT WOULDTAKE THEM TO LEBANON.

EMBARKED ON A SHIP THAT WOULDTAKE THEM TO LEBANON.

EMBARKED ON A SHIP THAT WOULDTAKE THEM TO LEBANON.

[Armenian music continues] TAKE THEM TO LEBANON.

[Armenian music continues] TAKE THEM TO LEBANON.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THE [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THE [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THEPORT OF TRIPOLI, THEY BOARDED >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THEPORT OF TRIPOLI, THEY BOARDED >> Noura Kevorkian: FROM THEPORT OF TRIPOLI, THEY BOARDEDTRAINS AND TRUCKS BOUND FOR PORT OF TRIPOLI, THEY BOARDEDTRAINS AND TRUCKS BOUND FOR PORT OF TRIPOLI, THEY BOARDEDTRAINS AND TRUCKS BOUND FORLEBANON'S BEKAA VALLEY.

TRAINS AND TRUCKS BOUND FORLEBANON'S BEKAA VALLEY.

TRAINS AND TRUCKS BOUND FORLEBANON'S BEKAA VALLEY.

[Train rumbling] LEBANON'S BEKAA VALLEY.

[Train rumbling] LEBANON'S BEKAA VALLEY.

[Train rumbling]>> Noura Kevorkian: THEIR FINAL [Train rumbling]>> Noura Kevorkian: THEIR FINAL [Train rumbling]>> Noura Kevorkian: THEIR FINALDESTINATION, ANJAR.

>> Noura Kevorkian: THEIR FINALDESTINATION, ANJAR.

>> Noura Kevorkian: THEIR FINALDESTINATION, ANJAR.

[Armenian music continues] DESTINATION, ANJAR.

[Armenian music continues] DESTINATION, ANJAR.

[Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCH [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCH [Armenian music continues] >> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCHHAD RESCUED THEM AND TOGETHER >> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCHHAD RESCUED THEM AND TOGETHER >> Noura Kevorkian: THE FRENCHHAD RESCUED THEM AND TOGETHERWITH THE LEBANESE, GAVE THEM A HAD RESCUED THEM AND TOGETHERWITH THE LEBANESE, GAVE THEM A HAD RESCUED THEM AND TOGETHERWITH THE LEBANESE, GAVE THEM ANEW HOMELAND.

WITH THE LEBANESE, GAVE THEM ANEW HOMELAND.

WITH THE LEBANESE, GAVE THEM ANEW HOMELAND.

THE NEIGHBOURING ARAB VILLAGES NEW HOMELAND.

THE NEIGHBOURING ARAB VILLAGES NEW HOMELAND.

THE NEIGHBOURING ARAB VILLAGESFROM BAR-ILYAS TO THE NEIGHBOURING ARAB VILLAGESFROM BAR-ILYAS TO THE NEIGHBOURING ARAB VILLAGESFROM BAR-ILYAS TO ZAHLE TO GABELYAS FROM BAR-ILYAS TO ZAHLE TO GABELYAS FROM BAR-ILYAS TO ZAHLE TO GABELYASWELCOMED THE NEW REFUGEES AND ZAHLE TO GABELYASWELCOMED THE NEW REFUGEES AND ZAHLE TO GABELYASWELCOMED THE NEW REFUGEES ANDOPENED THEIR HOMES TO THE WOMEN WELCOMED THE NEW REFUGEES ANDOPENED THEIR HOMES TO THE WOMEN WELCOMED THE NEW REFUGEES ANDOPENED THEIR HOMES TO THE WOMENAND THE CHILDREN DURING THE OPENED THEIR HOMES TO THE WOMENAND THE CHILDREN DURING THE OPENED THEIR HOMES TO THE WOMENAND THE CHILDREN DURING THEFIRST HARSH WINTERS IN AND THE CHILDREN DURING THEFIRST HARSH WINTERS IN AND THE CHILDREN DURING THEFIRST HARSH WINTERS IN ANJAR.

FIRST HARSH WINTERS IN ANJAR.

ANJAR.

[Church bells ringing] [Church bells ringing][Chattering] [Chattering] [Armenian choir singing] >> Noura Kevorkian: WHILE GOATS >> Noura Kevorkian: WHILE GOATSSTILL ROAM MOUNTAINS >> Noura Kevorkian: WHILE GOATSSTILL ROAM MOUNTAINSEVERYWHERE, I WONDER HOW MANY STILL ROAM MOUNTAINSEVERYWHERE, I WONDER HOW MANY STILL ROAM MOUNTAINSEVERYWHERE, I WONDER HOW MANYCHILDREN TODAY ARE AFRAID OF EVERYWHERE, I WONDER HOW MANYCHILDREN TODAY ARE AFRAID OF EVERYWHERE, I WONDER HOW MANYCHILDREN TODAY ARE AFRAID OFGOATS, AS I WAS.

CHILDREN TODAY ARE AFRAID OFGOATS, AS I WAS.

CHILDREN TODAY ARE AFRAID OFGOATS, AS I WAS.

I WONDER HOW MANY CHILDREN WAKE GOATS, AS I WAS.

I WONDER HOW MANY CHILDREN WAKE GOATS, AS I WAS.

I WONDER HOW MANY CHILDREN WAKEUP WITH NIGHTMARES EVERY NIGHT I WONDER HOW MANY CHILDREN WAKEUP WITH NIGHTMARES EVERY NIGHT I WONDER HOW MANY CHILDREN WAKEUP WITH NIGHTMARES EVERY NIGHTAS I DID AND HOW MANY OF THEM UP WITH NIGHTMARES EVERY NIGHTAS I DID AND HOW MANY OF THEM UP WITH NIGHTMARES EVERY NIGHTAS I DID AND HOW MANY OF THEMWILL GROW UP TO WRITE ABOUT THE AS I DID AND HOW MANY OF THEMWILL GROW UP TO WRITE ABOUT THE AS I DID AND HOW MANY OF THEMWILL GROW UP TO WRITE ABOUT THEWARS AND GENOCIDES IN THEIR WILL GROW UP TO WRITE ABOUT THEWARS AND GENOCIDES IN THEIR WILL GROW UP TO WRITE ABOUT THEWARS AND GENOCIDES IN THEIRLIVES.

WARS AND GENOCIDES IN THEIRLIVES.

WARS AND GENOCIDES IN THEIRLIVES.

FOR YEARS I FOUGHT AGAINST MY LIVES.

FOR YEARS I FOUGHT AGAINST MY LIVES.

FOR YEARS I FOUGHT AGAINST MYPAST, MY COUNTRY'S HISTORY OF FOR YEARS I FOUGHT AGAINST MYPAST, MY COUNTRY'S HISTORY OF FOR YEARS I FOUGHT AGAINST MYPAST, MY COUNTRY'S HISTORY OFCIVIL WAR AND THE HISTORY OF MY PAST, MY COUNTRY'S HISTORY OFCIVIL WAR AND THE HISTORY OF MY PAST, MY COUNTRY'S HISTORY OFCIVIL WAR AND THE HISTORY OF MYPEOPLE.

CIVIL WAR AND THE HISTORY OF MYPEOPLE.

CIVIL WAR AND THE HISTORY OF MYPEOPLE.

WITH HER LETTER, MY MOTHER PEOPLE.

WITH HER LETTER, MY MOTHER PEOPLE.

WITH HER LETTER, MY MOTHERBROUGHT ME BACK TO SHOW ME HOW WITH HER LETTER, MY MOTHERBROUGHT ME BACK TO SHOW ME HOW WITH HER LETTER, MY MOTHERBROUGHT ME BACK TO SHOW ME HOWI COULD ONCE AGAIN LIVE WITH MY BROUGHT ME BACK TO SHOW ME HOWI COULD ONCE AGAIN LIVE WITH MY BROUGHT ME BACK TO SHOW ME HOWI COULD ONCE AGAIN LIVE WITH MYPAST.

I COULD ONCE AGAIN LIVE WITH MYPAST.

I COULD ONCE AGAIN LIVE WITH MYPAST.

[Armenian music playing] PAST.

[Armenian music playing] PAST.

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CHILDHOOD LIVED AMONG THE HEROESOF MUSA DAGH.

OF MUSA DAGH.

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