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#1 05-11-2014 11:28:05

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Estonie, Lithuanie, Hays : passé/présent > y rebondir en FR/EU, etc.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c4/Hedwig_bull_memorial.JPG/220px-Hedwig_bull_memorial.JPG . http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/87/Hedwig-Bull.jpg . Hedwig Büll 1887-1981, Lutheran missionary

In 1909, Büll again attempted to go to work with Armenians, however, her trip was put on hold by the Adana massacre in Cilicia. Instead, Büll attended for two years a seminary for missionary teachers. After finishing her studies, Büll was finally able to proceed for Cilicia where she worked as a teacher at an Armenian orphanage in Maraş between 1911 and 1916.[326] In 1915, Büll witnessed the Armenian Genocide in Cilicia and was instrumental in saving the lives of about two thousand Armenian children and women when Maraş was turned into "The City of Orphans".[327][328] Büll was recalled from Maraş in 1916.[326]

In 1921, Büll was sent by the newly founded Action Chrétienne en Orient to Aleppo, Syria, where she established a refugee camp for the survivors of the Armenian Genocide. She also organized medical help for plague victims and the construction of two hospitals. Büll organized the establishment of weaving shops, gardens, an Armenian language school, and other enterprises to better the lives of the refugees.

In 1951, when most of the refugees under her care repatriated to Armenian SSR, Hedvig Büll was refused a visa by the Soviet authorities. She then returned to Europe in 1951. She died on October 3, 1981, near Heidelberg, Germany, after having spent more than 40 years of her life for the betterment of lives of Armenian refugees. On 29 April 1989, a memorial tablet was dedicated for her by the Armenian-Estonian Cultural Society on her birth house in Haapsalu, Kooli Street 5. Her memory is also preserved by a monument in Armenia and at the Armenian Genocide Museum in Yerevan. Among the refugees she helped to save and in Armenia she is sometimes referred to as the Mother of Armenians.

"In 1915 during Easter, a terrible calamity happened with the Armenians, I could hear the following words, “Where is your brother Abel, do I hear call of blood from the earth?”

My brother, do these words make us perceive all these differently?

Yes, they were my brothers and sisters, who went to our Lord when the earlier planned massacre reached the city Marash.

I saw rivers of tears; I heard cries of salvage, appeals to God. I could hear their wailing, “My Lord, save us!” Poor suffering Christians condemned to cursing..."

Here is another group of refugees, coming down of the mountain. Women, men, old and young, the invalid, the blind, the sick incessantly went along the rocky roads in burning sun. There are more terrible days in store for them, and perhaps death.

The policemen hurry them and they, feeble, all fell on the ground in the cattle yard in Kahn. I saw my brothers and sisters in that condition.

Next day they again were on their way.

A young woman’s corpse lies on the ground with her newly born child, born here at this night; she was not able to continue her way. There is also an invalid; he was not able to continue his way as well. Thousands of people continue their way, hardly dragging their wounded feet, together with other Christians they try to reach Marash. And if your brother is among them, what consolation it is to the soul?


But as Marash is seized at mourning, I saw more and more crowds of people leaving their city.

They walk silently unable even to cry. I see an old man as he casts a parting glance to the city. There is also our Zaruhi in the crowd; she takes her blind mother’s hand that is in the harness tied to the horse saddle, she can neither stand nor walk; she is a blind widow and is being sent. Who will count the corpses of the dead lying along the death road, having lost their children or those who have been kidnapped, crying and calling for their mothers?"[329][/i]

- Références [326] > [329] à ce wikipedia

http://www.genocide-museum.am/eng/news-img/news-03.04.2013.jpg . Signalée dans le forum 'Assyrian Voice'

- 'Thread' faisant partie de la rubrique : HORS HEXAGONE : REGISTRE(S) HISTORICO-GÉO-CULTUREL(S)  (#10)

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#2 07-11-2014 09:19:15

Adic2010
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Re: Estonie, Lithuanie, Hays : passé/présent > y rebondir en FR/EU, etc.

Voici une très-très belle vidéo de 5mn:59s sur la missionnaire luthérienne d'Estonie Hedwig Büll : "Map of Salvation"

Il y a à voir qui est le chercheur-professeur (estonien ? suédois ? danois ? norvégien ?) qui parle, qui nous emmène à voir les archives et jusque dans l'ile natale de Hedwig Büll.  Nil

Page Adic sur l'Estonie

PS - On y parle aussi sur d'autres missionnaires scandinaves.
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#3 14-07-2015 18:45:47

Adic2010
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Re: Estonie, Lithuanie, Hays : passé/présent > y rebondir en FR/EU, etc.

NE MANQUONS DE REMERCIER LES ESTONIENS

Anna Hedwig Büll (1887-1981) was born into a Lutheran family in 1887 in Haapsalu, Estonia. Cette ville HAAPSALU, est-elle jumelée avec une ville de France -ou d'Allemagne ?

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#4 02-03-2017 10:08:09

Adic2010
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Re: Estonie, Lithuanie, Hays : passé/présent > y rebondir en FR/EU, etc.

La poste arménienne honore Anna Hedwig Bull (1887-1981) la missionnaire et arménophile Estonienne qui a sauvé de nombreux orphelins Arménien.   Merci à Krikor Amirzayan de le nous signaler.

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#5 15-04-2017 12:07:33

Adic2010
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Re: Estonie, Lithuanie, Hays : passé/présent > y rebondir en FR/EU, etc.

Dans la revue arméno-philologique de Venise, ԲԱԶՄԱՎԷՊ-PAZMAVEB 1904.ԿԲ (4), pp.186-189, il y a un article sur une femme littéraire, Mme Dirouhie Konstaniants Տիրուհի ԿՈՍՏԱՆՅԱՆՑ  et l'on peut voir son portrait -malheureusement mal reproduit par scan.

Je transcris son nom en arménien numérisé grâce au clavier Lexilogos et peut-être pourra-t-on trouver des données supplémentaires par Google.hy (?) que l'on pourra traduire.

https://ajapaik.ee/photo-thumb/108284/400/piltpostkaart-tartu-raekoda-1965a . Mais ce qui est intéressant et original, ici, c'est que cet article a été écrit à TARTU (DORPAT en allemand) en Estonie. Je rappelle que dans cette cette ville de Տարտու . Դորպատ, il y avait une ancienne université qui enseignait en allemand bien que situé dans l'Empire russe. C'est là où a étudié notre éminent patriote écrivain, Khatchadour Abovian.

L'auteur de cet article s'appelle Nouné ՆՈՒՆԷ  ՆՈՒՆԵ -sans plus. Il nous sera difficile de l'identifier et savoir quelle était sa spécialité universitaire ou professionnelle et ce quelle faisait en Estonie.(?)  Nil.

http://enhcc.eu/images/Estonia_map.jpg . http://www.globalarmenianheritage-adic.fr/images_4/2_dorpatcollege.jpg
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#6 17-05-2018 12:41:19

Adic2010
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Re: Estonie, Lithuanie, Hays : passé/présent > y rebondir en FR/EU, etc.

http://www.armenews.com/IMG/arton158939-466x480.jpg . Merci au Capitaine Saullius PALIULIS. Nous sommes tous des Lithuaniens !   wink

http://serials.flib.sci.am/matenagitutyun/Hay-litvakan%20grakan%20kaper/book/cover.jpg . Il existe cette publication à trouver et voir de plus près : Les relations littéraires arméno-lithaniennes 1946-1975  ~~  Armenians in Lithuania  ~~  Ancienne page Adic avec photos / le Khatchkar de Kanaus
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