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AGBU présente : l’Arménie après la Première Guerre Mondiale , avec le dr Richard Hovanessian

Le 22/09/2020 | Par | Catégorie: ARCHIVES



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On September 21, Armenia celebrates 29 years of hard-won independence. In our latest video, Dr. Richard Hovannisian takes a look back at the major events that shaped its history in the early twentieth century—from the formation and dissolution of the first Armenian Republic following the turmoil of WWI to the 70 years of Soviet rule that ended with the declaration of a new independent republic in 1991.

 

Dr. Richard Hovannisian is Professor Emeritus of History and First Holder of the Armenian Educational Foundation Chair in Modern Armenian History at UCLA, the author or contributing editor of 32 books and some 80 scholarly articles. A Guggenheim Fellow, he is the initiator and six-time president of the Society for Armenian Studies and has lectured worldwide on topics relating to Armenian and Near Eastern history and cultures, for which he has received numerous awards, commendations, and encyclicals.


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