YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–Argentinean-Armenian writer Pascal Ohanian–a noted Spanish-speaking historian–has published "Armenia–1839-1920," a collection of man’scripts–documen’s and other published reports chronicling–among other things–the events of 1915 and the Armenian Genocide.
With access to historical archives in Spain–the Vatican–Italy and many other European national–Ohanian will be releasing the fifth volume in this set–devoted exclusively to the Ottoman Empire and the Genocide–including 524 authenticated man’scripts.
Ohanian’s ties to the Spanish-speaking communities in Europe–which number more then 350 million people–could very well sway public opinion on the early events of 1915.
Ohanian is also planning a tour of Spanish cities–including Madrid–Navara and Seville–to promote his work.
This new man’script is the second such documentation to be publicized–the first being a recent purchase by the Zoryan Institute.