TURKEY Antakya, Musa Dagh, former armenian village Yoghonoluk, view to mountain Musa Dagh, about 4000 armenian villagers from seven villages fled during the genocide 1915 in world war I on the 1355 metre high mountain Musa Dagh and fought for 40 days against deportation by the ottomans , many Armenians died in battle and hunger, but at the end the survived were evacuated by french battle ships, many where resettled in Anjar in Lebanon, the austrian author Franz Werfel has published 1933 the novel "The forty days of Musa Dagh" about this historical incident and the genocide

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TURKEY Antakya, Musa Dagh, former armenian village Yoghonoluk, view to mountain Musa Dagh, about 4000 armenian villagers from seven villages fled during the genocide 1915 in world war I on the 1355 metre high mountain Musa Dagh and fought for 40 days against deportation by the ottomans , many Armenians died in battle and hunger, but at the end the survived were evacuated by french battle ships, many where resettled in Anjar in Lebanon, the austrian author Franz Werfel has published 1933 the novel "The forty days of Musa Dagh" about this historical incident and the genocide
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TURKEY Antakya, Musa Dagh, former armenian village Yoghonoluk, about 4000 armenian villagers fled during the genocide 1915 in world war I on the mountain Musa Dagh and fought for 40 days against deportation before they were evacuated by french battle ships, the author Franz Werfel has published 1933 the historian novel The fourty days of Musa Dagh / TUERKEI Antakya, Musa Dagh, ehemaliges armenisches Dorf Yoghonoluk, waehrend des Voelkermord an den Armeniern im osmanischen Reich waehrend des ersten Weltkrieg fluechteten 1915 ca 4000 armenische Bewohner aus sieben armenischen Doerfern am Berghang auf den 1355 Meter hohen Musa Dagh, Berg Moses, und leisteten 40 Tage militaerisch organisierten Widerstand gegen die Deportation bevor sie von franzoesischen Kriegsschiffen evakuiert wurden, Autor Franz Werfel hat das Ereignis 1933 im Roman Die vierzig Tage des Musa Dagh veroeffentlicht
Location: Antakya, Musa Dagh, Vakifli, TURKEY

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