The Armenian Genocide is referred to as both “The Forgotten Genocide,” and “The Forgotten Holocaust” in part due to the almost overwhelming attention paid to the Jewish Holocaust (hereafter referred to as the Holocaust) and what appears to be overwhelming ignorance of the Armenian Genocide. It has been postulated that had proper attention been paid, the same as has been paid to the Holocaust for almost seventy years, the lessons learned from the Armenian Genocide would have prevented the occurrence of the Holocaust. However, there are several reasons why the Holocaust would have occurred no matter how well and how heavily the Armenian Genocide was publicized and politicized.
"Even if the World Had Paid Attention, Nothing Would Have Changed: If the Armenian Genocide Had Not Been Forgotten,"
Saber and Scroll: Vol. 2
, Article 12.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.apus.edu/saberandscroll/vol2/iss3/12
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