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Antranik Enkababian


Antranik A. Enkababian

Armenian Survivor

Antranik Enkababian (1910-2000) was five years old when he and his family were deported from their home in Sivas, Turkey. He was one of only three family members to survive the death marches and massacres. At one point during the genocide his mother tried to drown herself, but was rescued. A tailor by trade, Enkababian immigrated to the United States in 1937, eventually settling in New York and then Florida with his wife, Mary.

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Video Clips

The Death March Begins in Sivas
The Suffering of the Armenians
Turkish Aid Givers