Posted by Melody from sankhya2.math.ualberta.ca (22.214.171.124) on Saturday, March 02, 2002 at 1:01AM :
There is this new Armenian ph.D. math student in my department and he was saying that there is going to be a monument to the Armenian genocide erected in Paris. Now there was at one point another such monument in Paris' Armenian district. But what struck me this time is that this guy said the monument will be next to a monument of Charles DeGaulle. I think De Gaulle is considered France's national hero. In other words, the Armenians didn't do too shabbily, n'est-ce pas? I don't know whether the statement about the location is true or not. But, if it is true, it shows you how important location of a monument is. And dammitt, the U of Chicago location is ideal for Shumiram. Fred, is there no way to get the Shumiram where it really belongs at the location originally chosen?
Anyway, here is a link to an article but mentions nothing about the location of the Armenian genocide's monument.
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