Did you believe everything he told you without any hesitation ?
Turks are very good at re-writing history from what I have been told and from what I have researched on the subject.
Hellooooo????? What part of "from what I have researched on the subject" did you not understand?
Did you ask him if he got any document proving genocide ?
Yes, and he showed it to me.
Did you talk any Turk about what happened in 1915 ?
Yes, especially a very good friend of mines 106 year old Turkish Grandmother, that's right 106. She lived in Smyrna (now Izmir) in 1915 and remembers Turks killing Greeks and Armenians. She is Turkish and admits the whole thing. She is a wonderful person and believe it or not, she lives alone in her apartment and is still able to cook for herself. She saw many atrocities perpetrated against Armenians and believes Turkey should just admit the truth. She lives in California near me.
Also, the U.S. Ambassador to Turkey in 1915 was Henry Morgenthau. He wrote a book about his first-hand experiences in dealing with the 3 Main perpetrators, Enver, Taalat, and Djemal. He personally witnessed and watched the whole thing and tried to get help for the Armenians. You can read a few chapters from his book, they are fascinating:
Also, one of your own wrote a book about the truth:
A Shameful Act: The Armenian Genocide and the Question of Turkish Responsibility
--Taner Akcam (Author)
Also this might interest you:
A new documentary, "The Armenians: A Story of Survival," airing on local PBS stations in cities throughout the United States, includes a segment in which a prominent Turkish scholar is openly acknowledging the Armenian Genocide.
Engin Akarli, Professor of Middle Eastern History at Brown University, begins the interview by saying...
The Turkish Embassy officials were foolish enough to make such an arrogant demand, thereby depriving themselves of the opportunity to present their lies on TV. Their bullying tactics only work under the existing non-democratic conditions in Turkey!
I also read: SMYRNA 1922, The Destruction of a City by Marjorie Housepian Dobbin as recommended by my Turkish Friend's Grandmother.
I also read: THE ARMENIAN MASSACRES, 1894-1896 U.S. Media Testimony.
It appears that 300,000 Armenians were massacred By Turks during this time period.
I also read BLACK DOG OF FATE by Peter Balakian
But to reiterate my original response, ...most Polish people whom I have talks with do not care for Turkish people and find them to be rude and obnoxious.
Can you explain this my Turkish friend???