"The Armenian Genocide: Evidence from the Archives of the German Foreign Office Archives, 1915-1916," compiled and edited by German journalist Wolfgang Gust, has been published in Persian.
As the Tehran Times writes, the extermination of Armenians in 1915-1916 has become the archetype of modern genocide, in which the state adopts a specific scheme to exterminate a particular group of citizens.
Official German diplomatic documents are important for understanding the Genocide, as only Germany reported the ongoing genocide in secret code day after day.
The motives, methods, and consequences of the Armenian Genocide have been strongly reflected in subsequent state-sponsored genocides. Studying the factors that led to the Armenian Genocide not only gives us insight into the historical genocide, but also provides important information for predicting and possibly preventing future genocides.