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Referencing Hitler's Armenian quote has become a narrative convention in the handful of feature films devoted to the Armenian Genocide and its repercussions like Ararat (2002), Assignment Berlin (1982), and The Forty Days of Musa Dagh (1982).
We informed them that we awarded them a field called Qara Dagh," Ashti Hawrami told Reuters.
His membership in the Prussian Academy of Arts and Letters revoked, Werfel was still able in 1934 to publish The Forty Days of Musa Dagh [Die vierzig Tage des Musa Dagh], his epic novel about the Armenian genocide (1915-1917) in Turkey, but that book was soon "confiscated and prohibited nationwide .
Yaqut's reference matches precisely the mountain referred to in modern times by Muslims as jabal judi or judi dagh and by Christians and Jews as qardu.
The earliest known Central Asian settlements lie along the north-facing piedmont of the Kopet dagh.
It offered no estimate of the reserve potential from Demir Dagh 2.
This far-flung culture, which spanned the area directly south of the Andronovo Culture, extending from the Kopet Dagh near the southeastern tip of the Caspian Sea to the Pamir Mountains and running through Margiana and Bactria south of the Oxus (currently the Amou Darya), flourished between 2200 and 1700 b.
A heavily-bandaged doctor escorted by Taliban militia showed reporters the ruins of the Red Crescent clinic in the Dagh Pul suburb of Kandahar.
The most interesting chapter for many would perhaps be the one in which Auron focuses on the impact that Franz Werfel's The Forty Days of Musa Dagh had on Jewish consciousness in the 1930s and 1940s.
Their story is movingly described in a novel, The Forty Days of Musa Dagh, by Franz Werfel, the Austrian Jew who wrote The Song of Bernadette.