The Great Crime is a podcast history of the Armenian Genocide, taking an in-depth look at the extermination of the Armenian people from 1915 to 1923. The series is open and accessible to everyone, whether you're familiar with the subject or totally unaware of this often forgotten, misunderstood, and fundamentally tragic saga.
Epilogue: When We Dead Awaken
After six long years, When We Dead Awaken: Australia, New Zealand, and the Armenian Genocide is finally here…
Episode 40: Reflections
If The Great Crime has been for anything at all, it is for comprehension, for greater understanding, and to honour the dead who cannot speak.
Episode 39: One Hundred Winters
The centenary of the Armenian Genocide was a momentous anniversary. A month of memory, pain, quiet vows of remembrance – and controversy.
Episode 38: A History of Histories
Within forty years, the Armenian Genocide went from being a fringe, controversial topic, to a deep and broad school of historical inquiry.
Episode 37: An Oracle
“In the end, it is not that Turkish society knows the truth but still denies it, it is defending what it knows to be the truth.”
Episode 36: The Last Border
To this day, the border between Turkey and Armenia remains closed – a legacy of Soviet Union, the war over Karabakh, and the Genocide.