I received these photographs for the 30 year anniversary of the ‘68 movement in Turkey. The photographs had been hidden and stored by members of the movement. [...] Some of them concern the Kizildere Massacre. A text, written by the person [...] who is the sole survivor of this massacre, accompanies the images. It is a very important text for younger generations because this event has been concealed from them, manipulated and suppressed. [...] The photographs speak a language that each and everyone can understand without any historical knowledge. Was the Kizildere Massacre a beginning or an end?
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