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Genocide Survivors Remember Their Tragic Stories of Survival.

Three Genocide survivors, all of who live at the Armenian Home in Flushing, NY, share the stories of their most horrific memories.

By Taleen Babayan via Mirror-Spectator

FLUSHING, N.Y. — While almost 100 years have passed since the Armenian Genocide, the memories of the horrific massacres remain vivid in the minds of three genocide survivors who told their stories at the New York Armenian Home in Flushing, Queens on Sunday, March 27.

Arsaloys Dadir, Perouz Kalousdian and Charlotte Kechejian, residents of the Armenian Home, recounted their escape from the genocide to reporters representing local New York media organizations. While their stories seemed to have a common thread of suffering and survival, each lived different lives, hailing from different parts of Anatolia before the onset of the genocide.


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