2015 | 12 | 331-340
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Genocide 1915–1917 a jego współczesna recepcja

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Genocide 1915–1917 and its contemporary reception
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The carnage made during the First World War on the Christians living in the central and eastern provinces of the Ottoman Empire found its widely reflected in the culture and art of the twentieth century. It became the theme of many works and inspiration for the creators, also outside the circle of civiliza-tion hinted communities affected by the tragedy. A special sensitivity distin-guished themselves in artistic circles in Western Europe and the United States. They formed a significant extent widespread contemporary image of the tragedy that took place a hundred years ago in the area of Western Asia. It contained far-reaching simplification and it was also politically useful, decisive for the durability of the media.
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