After the 1915 Armenian genocide, in which over 1.5 million Christians from the Ottoman Empire were killed by the Ottoman government, the group of Ottoman leaders was never made to face justice.
They escaped Constantinople in the middle of the night and began new lives undercover in Europe. So, a small group of Armenian businessmen decided to take justice into their own hands.
In this episode of “Kerning Cultures,” the secretive operation to avenge the Armenian genocide, and how it changed our relationship with the idea of justice in the modern world.
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