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Eric Bogosian's 'Operation Nemesis' chases Turkish perpetrators
Eric Bogosian's 'Operation Nemesis' chases Turkish perpetrators

What if Hitler and the other architects of the Holocaust had escaped Germany after WWII, never to be punished for their crimes? The appalling scenario certainly had a precedent. At the end of WWI, the Young Turks responsible for killing as many as 1.5 million Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire were, despite the best efforts of the war's victors, never brought to justice. In a dramatic work of history that reads like a thriller, Eric Bogosian's "Operation Nemesis: The Assassination Plot That Avenged the Armenian Genocide" describes a band of Armenians who conspired to assassinate the genocide's masterminds in the face of this injustice. An award-winning...

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