‘Lev Tolstoy’s Daughter About Armenian Vandalism’ in Foreign Media

‘Lev Tolstoy’s Daughter About Armenian Vandalism’ in Foreign Media

Saeb Tabriz, an Iran-based daily newspaper, has posted a documentary archival material ‘Lev Tolstoy’s daughter about Armenian Vandalism’ in various languages, as part of the Azerbaijan State Translation Centre’s (AzSTC) project to promote Azerbaijan realities in virtual world. 

 

The material about Alexandra Tolstaya’s memoirs who witnessed atrocities committed by Armenian militants against Turks in Van, Turkey, in 1915 is introduced to the readers with a foreword from Gasim Turkan, a well-known journalist in Tabriz.

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