On Armenian Genocide’s 104th Anniversary, Montebello Woman Tells Grandmother’s Story of Survival

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Aguline Tatoulian settled in Pasadena decades after serving as a resistance fighter during the Armenian genocide. On the 104th anniversary of the massacre, Tatoulian’s granddaughter, Lory, tells the story of her survival.

Ellina Abovian reports from Montebello for the KTLA 5 Morning News on April 24, 2019.

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